Wesley VillageWilmore, Kentucky
Wesley Village is a nonprofit, faith-inspired organization that developed Kentucky’s first Continuing Care Retirement Community. It offers all levels of independent living and licensed health care. In 2011 the village opened Holloway cottage Kentucky’s first small house. Holloway is a 10 Elder small house dedicated to providing dementia care for residents. A therapeutic garden made possible by The Good Samaritan Foundation is a special feature of this house The Small Home was built by Lexington’s Atchison-Heller Construction at all made possible by the generous donations of Wesley Village supporters.
Each bedroom in the Small Home is equipped with a state-of-the-art mobility lift system provided by The Good Samaritan Foundation, Inc., a ministry of the Kentucky Annual Conference of United Methodist Churches. Wesley Village future plans call for a cul-de-sac of six Small Homes to care for an additional 60 residents in need of long-term health and memory care.
The Cottage has 99% occupancy, a waiting list and had 0% staff turnover in 2013.