Liberty Ridge Senior Living is a non-profit ministry of Eastland Church of God in southeast Lexington known for its charming patio homes that surround an assisted living community. It also includes two memory care neighborhoods.
For a reasonable monthly fee, assisted living residents enjoy Liberty Care – help with activities of daily living such as bathing and dressing for no extra charge.
Also included are utilities such as phone and cable TV, three daily restaurant-style meals, weekly housekeeping, daily trash removal and free use of the laundry.
The full-time activities director keeps residents engaged with a social life that features games, physical exercise, entertainment and off-campus trips.
Liberty Ridge official Bruce Maples describes memory care as quaint neighborhoods consisting of nine residents with a staff ratio of 3-to-1.
The neighborhoods provide a secure environment, and staff follow the Best Friends compassionate care approach.
Residents are kept active and cognitively stimulated throughout the day.
“The most important thing about Liberty Ridge,” Maples said, “is that we have a caring tradition for 17 plus years, and that we are more than just a home. We are a family.”
Liberty Ridge is locally owned and the Board of Directors consists of volunteers. Said Maples: “We are not corporate America.”