- Personal care
- Memory Care Services
- Secure Memory Unit
- Secured exterior courtyards with walking paths and professionally manicured landscapes and gardens
- Availability of licensed nursing staff 24-hours per day
- Social, cultural and educational life enrichment programs
- Nutritious snacks available throughout the day
It's going well and it is a good fit
We are very happy with the care our mother is receiving here. The staff are very supportive, the community is beautiful, clean and welcoming. Our mom has special needs so she is not able to be a part of the activities but they do keep the residents here busy. The management is easy to work with if there is a problem. My dad has a direct number which makes him feel better. I would recommend taking a tour to see for yourself.
Everything is going fine so far for my mother since her move to this community. The place seems to be kept very clean, however, its a new place and still understaffed. I noticed the other night they seemed to be overwhelmed, but they do a good a good job. Other than that they do a fine job and the food seems to be good. I would recommend them, to anyone.
All good here!
Everything has been going good here for us. My dad said that he likes the food, but my mom says that the they do not give enough. The lunch is dinner and the dinner is lunch. The community is always clean and that was a big part of making the decision on bringing my parents there also that it was brand new and it was really close to us.
Taking Good Care of My Mother and Her Needs
This is a lovely community and everything is working out very well for my mother here. They have a great staff and they have been very caring to my mother. They have two young student aids, and they have very attentive to my mother and her needs. I've tired some of the meals and the food is good. Overall she is being cared for well and I'am pleased. This is a community I would recommend.
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Not for me!
The staff was very helpful with answering any questions. I just feel that the place was interesting. The amenities that this community offered was not what I was looking for. The community was clean and kept up.
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We’ve taken the blueprint for traditional memory care and put it right where it belongs—the trash can. It wasn’t hard. Traditional memory care communities stink. There’s no getting around that.
What do we do? At Thrive Memory Care at Beckley Creek, we start with a deep-rooted belief that if there is breath in a person’s lungs, their life has tremendous value. We have built a team that aligns on that belief. We believe all people should be viewed through the lens of what they can do rather than what they cannot. And this team, they are really good at it.
You have to meet our people. Imagine a combination of the quick wit of Jerry Lewis, the people skills of Clark Gable and the patience of Ghandi, and you have the personas of our people. We are dedicated to giving meaning and purpose to this season of your Elder’s life. How? We see each person as a unique individual with a life that is rich with history and stories, rather than just an object in need of care. Our residents call us “the kings of hugs and handshakes”. All this is done with the singular goal of each person feeling known and befriended. And don’t forget that the dining experience would stir the applause of Wolfgang Puck.
We’re located just off I-265 just east of Louisville. Our team members are NIDE (National Institute for Dementia Education) trained and certified, which is a mouthful to say, but simply means that our team members are prepared and qualified to interact with your loved one as a unique human being, not a case study. Our community features three unique neighborhood environments, each with its own living and dining spaces and an expansive common courtyard. Every detail of the community was purpose-built to maximize freedom and creativity.
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