Colonial Assisted Living & Colonial Court Independent Living located in Henderson, KY is honored to care for seniors and their families in the surrounding counties of Henderson. Our staff is here to support you as your make an important decision regarding your loved ones care. We encourage anyone who may be interested in our services or learning more, please call and schedule a tour today at (270) 826-2493!
Colonial will open a new additional assisted living location on Adams Lane in Henderson in Fall 2016. Our new community will feature 51 assisted living suites to suit short and long-term stays. Please call Jessica P. Beaven or Jimmy Blair (270) 826-2493 to reserve your room or to learn more!
Tours can be scheduled at your convenience. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Lifestyle Options Available
When assistance and extra support are needed, our assisted living communities are here to help! Our trained staff is here to provide our residents with exceptional care at all hours so individuals can enjoy life to the fullest!
When individuals seek a worry-free lifestyle, Colonial Court Independent Living is here to offer seniors and their families a peace of mind. Our community promotes well-being and a care free lifestyle.
We understand that individuals may need a place to call home for a short period during a caregiver absence, recovering from a hospital or rehab stay – Colonial is designed to help in any event.
Visit the Lifestyle Options page for more detailed information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Primary Difference between assisted living communities and personal care homes
Assisted Living communities are for seniors who primarily need socialization. It is a social model and not a medical model. They may have medical issues, but can manage mostly by themselves. Assisted Living communities do provide assistance with the activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, feeding, ambulation and toileting. In addition, Assisted Living provides assistance with self-administration of medications.
Does Medicare or Medicaid pay for assisted living services?
No. Neither Medicare nor Medicaid pays for these services. However, you might qualify for coverage if you’re receiving health care services from an outside licensed health care provider.
Do long term care insurance policies pay for services in assisted living communities?
Some long term care insurance policies pay for services in assisted living communities. However, because coverage provisions vary, carefully read and compare policies.
Can someone help me take my medication?
Yes, to an extent. The assisted living community employees can, at your request, assist you in self-administering your own medication. In other words, they can remind you to take your medication, read labels, help open your medication containers and help store your medication.
Do I have to share a living unit (i.e., apartment) with another client?
No. However, you can request to share a living unit with a spouse or another individual under mutual agreement.
Will an assisted living community provide me with transportation to my doctor, hairdresser, etc.?
Yes. Assisted living communities are required to provide assistance with transportation.
Are pets allowed in Colonial communities?
Yes, pets are allowed. Please check with your community for further information.