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Apartments

Twinbrook Assisted Living consists of 60 apartments on two floors served by two elevators. Sixteen apartments are one-bedroom apartments, and 44 are studio apartments. With this number of apartments we offer a more intimate facility than other assisted living communities with hundreds of units.

Each Twinbrook apartment has a kitchenette with a sink, refrigerator, microwave oven, cabinets and granite countertops. Many of the bathrooms are handicapped-accessible and all of them were recently remodeled with walk-in showers and granite vanities. There are emergency call cords in every bathroom and bedroom, which enable residents to notify staff when they need immediate assistance.

Rent

Unlike many senior living communities, Twinbrook Assisted Living does not require any capital contribution to rent an apartment. The only deposit required to reserve an apartment totals $500, and this deposit is credited to the first month’s rent upon arrival. Our pricing structure and financial commitment requirements are consistently better than the competition’s; monthly rates start at about half of other facilities’ rates.

Monthly rent also includes three daily meals, weekly housekeeping, utilities (gas, electric and water), transportation to shopping centers and doctors’ offices and on-site staff available 24 hours a day.

At Twinbrook Assisted Living, we offer the highest-quality care teamed with the most competitive pricing. We invite you to compare Twinbrook against any other local facility and see for yourself the quality and value we offer.

Rental Rate

One-Year Lease
Studio Apartment: $2,750
One-Bedroom Apartment, Single-Occupancy: $3,150
One-Bedroom Apartment, Double-Occupancy: $4,200
Month-to-Month Lease
Studio Apartment: $3,000
One-Bedroom Apartment, Single-Occupancy: $3,400
One-Bedroom Apartment, Double-Occupancy: $4,450

Twinbrook’s monthly rental rates include:

  • Apartment rent
  • Utilities (gas, electric and water)
  • Weekly housekeeping
  • Three daily meals served in our dining room
  • Activities and programs
  • Transportation services for group shopping, outings and medical appointments
  • Maintenance services
  • Emergency call service

We are often asked if either Medicare or Medicaid pays for assisted living. Medicare pays for only hospital and skilled nursing care. It does not pay for assisted living in the state of Kentucky, but it may pay for some of the services provided within your apartment, such as home health. Medicaid does not pay for assisted living in the state of Kentucky. For more information regarding Medicare and Medicaid services, please visit their respective websites.

Veterans are sometimes entitled to benefits to help pay for assisted living. To see if you qualify for Veterans Administration benefits, please contact your local V.A. office.