Aug 30, 2016 • Provision Living at Beaumont Centre • By: Barry Brinegar
Provision Living at Beaumont Centre recently hosted a luncheon to share our model of excellence in senior living with the Lexington community. The event, held at the Moondance Amphitheater on July 26, 2016, highlighted the new personal care and memory care community’s commitment to culture change within the senior living care model.
The event was led by Barry Brinegar, community relations manager for the new senior living community, and focused on the community’s look and feel while also introducing Beaumont Centre’s “Connected Community” concept, which lights the way for residents to create, re-establish and discover the path to strong relationships with friends, family and local organizations.
Provision Living’s location in the Beaumont Centre neighborhood provides easy access to major highways, a variety of dining, shopping, recreation and entertainment options in the safety and comfort of a residential neighborhood.
“We are committed to active participation in the Lexington community,” says Brinegar. “Provision Living understands that Lexington residents have strong traditions and diverse interests, and this event gave us the opportunity to introduce our new community and connect with local organizations, families and individuals.”
Brinegar is also actively developing partnerships within the local business and professional community, including the nearby Beaumont Centre branch of the Lexington Public Library. “This partnership will allow us to begin serving the community of Lexington, right away,” says Brinegar. “The library has graciously allowed us to host our Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group at their facility. The purpose of the group is to support the unique needs of individuals and families facing all stages of memory loss.”
Provision Living at Beaumont Centre has also formed a strong relationship with the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and Dr. Richard Murphy, Assistant Professor Department of Neurology at the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging. “The work performed by these two organizations compliments our mission, vision and goals perfectly,” says Brinegar, while discussing the benefits of working closely with other thought leaders in the area. “They are helping our community provide better care for our elders, while also providing education, outreach and programs to promote healthy brain aging.”
Provision Living at Beaumont Centre is located at 1165 Monarch Street in Lexington, Kentucky, and is slated to open in May 2017.
For more information about our unique approach to memory care, please visit our website, or call us at 859-687-6587.
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