About Us

Learn more about our company

About Us

Learn more about our company

Our History

We take pride in the fact that our family has been taking care of Louisville’s seniors for over 60 years, and as the owners, we are truly invested in maintaining the residents’ highest level of satisfaction. That’s why we personally handle everything from maintenance calls to Twinbrook’s wondrous holiday decorating.

Our facility recently underwent an extensive renovation several years ago.  Each apartment received new kitchen cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, a tiled, walk-in shower, new lighting, new vinyl flooring and carpeting and fresh paint in modern colors. Common areas such as living rooms, the library, the exercise room, the dining room and hallways have been updated as well. We couldn’t be more pleased with the outcome, and we’re sure you will be too. Here at Twinbrook Assisted Living, we have a passion for helping Louisville’s seniors live their lives to the fullest and a sincere commitment to providing the best care.

Meet the Founders

Bradford A. McCoy

Vice President

Bradford A. McCoy graduated from Centre College in 1976 and immediately joined the family business. He became a licensed nursing home administrator and worked in that capacity until Twinbrook Assisted Living was built, at which time he became the manager of the apartment facility. Brad is currently a Vice President of Twinbrook Assisted Living and assists in all areas of the business including office administration, accounting, marketing and sales as well as facility maintenance.

Bryan Scott McCoy


Bryan Scott McCoy is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and the University of Louisville Law School. Upon graduation from law school, Scott worked for a law firm in Louisville prior to joining the family business as manager of Twinbrook Assisted Living. Scott is the manager of Twinbrook and is responsible for human resources, dietary planning, housekeeping, maintenance and the overall management of the facility.

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