Our Apartments

Twinbrook Assisted Living consists of 60 attractive apartments on two floors served by two elevators. Sixteen apartments are one-bedroom apartments, and 44 apartments are studio apartments. In addition to the individual apartments, our community includes a library, a chapel, a card room, a hair salon, two living rooms, a large dining room, and a party room with a fireplace, televisions and a small kitchen area.  Our community has been serving the Louisville community since the building was first opened in 1982.

Each Twinbrook apartment has a kitchenette with a sink, refrigerator, microwave oven, cabinets and granite countertops. Some of the bathrooms are handicapped-accessible, and all of them were remodeled for our elderly clients with walk-in showers and granite-top vanities. There is an emergency call switch on the wall in each bathroom and bedroom, and each resident is given a wireless, push-button pendant which will notify staff when they need immediate assistance anywhere in the building.

monthly charges

Twinbrook Assisted Living does not require any capital contribution to rent an apartment. The initial deposit required to reserve an unfurnished apartment is $500 which is credited to the first month’s charges. Our pricing structure takes into account the functional needs of the resident at the beginning of the lease and at periodic re-assessment points.

Our basic monthly charge also includes three daily meals, daily snacks, weekly housekeeping and linen service, utilities (gas, electric and water), transportation to shopping centers and doctors’ offices and on-site staff assistance available 24 hours a day.

Twinbrook Assisted Living is a social model of assisted living in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.  We offer the high-quality care and service that you want for yourself and for your mom and dad.  We invite you to compare Twinbrook against the other local social model assisting living facilities and see for yourself the quality and value that we offer.

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.

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