What is Masonic Homes Kentucky?
Established more than 155 years ago, Masonic Homes Kentucky is a not-for-profit that offers residential options, daily living, and specialized service to people of all ages. What started as the first Masonic Home of its kind to support widows and orphans of Masons who perished during the Civil War has emerged as a multi-campus community answering many of the growing needs of our aging population.
What’s Coming for Masonic Homes Kentucky?
Our Kentucky branch has recently been taking several steps to expand and update their already award-winning campuses to make a better living experience for all, as well as various other projects that make them stand out in the spotlight.
To better serve our growing community, Masonic Homes Kentucky continues to add and modify their accommodations, including the addition of more personal care rooms at Crescent Grove Memory & Personal Care and a renovation of Pillars Assisted Living & Personal Care in Shelbyville, which is just one community recently named among the Best in Kentucky!
Expansion has begun in more than just a couple of places, though! Masonic Homes Kentucky is currently repositioning a historic building on a park-like campus to become a small, boutique, independent-living community named Clay. This project happens to coincide with the reconstruction of a community common area and dining venue to offer individual and family portioned heat-and-eat gourmet meals and a new recreation center featuring pickleball courts. Rebuilding a community that provides residents with engaging activities, accessible necessities, and affordable living options are 3 pillars that Masonic Communities operate off of!
Finally, to be a resource for aging adults and their families, Masonic introduced a revamped website, offers improved user experience, virtual tours, a robust blog, and new ‘Where to Begin’ assessment tool to help users find the right level of care.
Anything that they do, they do for their residents and community – both past, present, and future!