Louisville Magazine

AUG 2018

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58 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.18 Stonecrest Senior Living Sets Southern Roots Stonecrest Senior Living is setting the new precedent for senior living within the Louisville community. Stonecrest of Louisville is a new personal & memory care community built to exude the ambiance of southern living. "We are providing a community for seniors to enjoy an active and engaged lifestyle where we focus on the service and support and let them enjoy the luxuries," says Tim Dunne, director of operations. Stonecrest of Louisville will offer restaurant dining, housekeeping, maintenance and transportation. The cornerstone of the community is the flexible care options. The care teams can offer care when it is needed and at the level that is needed. The other component of Stonecrest is the life-enrichment programming. The Good Life at Stonecrest is a daily activity offering that creates an environment to "Be Friendly. Be Active. Be Aware. Be Imaginative. Be Spiritual. Be Together and Be Gracious." "We have found that combining our life enrichment philosophy with our resident-centered care, we can offer an avenue for seniors to live out their years in a supportive and vibrant setting," said Dunne. The community features thoughtfully designed spaces to provide the opportunity to engage in conversation in the bistro, listen to the piano in the dining room or curl up to read a book in the library. The apartments come in a variety of sizes and offer options for picture windows, walk-out patios and so much more. The foundation of Stonecrest Senior Living is to empower their team members to deliver the care their residents deserve and to provide a supportive environment for the residents, families and team members. While so simple, this is what sets Stonecrest apart. Treyton Oak Towers: Life With the Arts. The Art of Living. Located in the heart of Old Louisville, residents at Treyton Oak Towers enjoy events and performances in their own beautiful Oak Room venue, fabulous dining in the Fleur de Lis dining room, an in-house art studio with lessons and an art gallery displaying resident work. Research supports that exposure to arts and culture leads to a higher quality of life, improved mental health and greater independence. This is why Treyton Oak Towers proudly sponsors the Louisville Orchestra Coffee Concert Series, Kentucky Opera, Louisville Ballet and Chamber Music Society of Louisville, providing chauffeured transportation to each performance. Kicking off their Summer Art Series, Shelby County Community Theatre Traveling Troupe presented Love, Loss and What I Wore on July 31. Next up will be an opera presented by the Canto Vocal Program. "Canto" is a group of professionals from the most important opera houses in the world who have come together to provide a summer program for young singers. At 7 p.m. on Thursday, August 2, in the Oak Room, Treyton Oak will host Le Nozze di Figaro. Mozart's brilliant comedy tells the story of Figaro and Susanna and is among the most frequently performed operas in the world. All are welcome. RSVP by July 26. Next up will be Clair Morgan's Little Big Band, August 28, 3-6 p.m. The performance will be held in the Oak Room and broadcast into the courtyard. Attendees will hear popular Big Band music and favorites from the vintage rock, jazz, Dixieland, dance and listening music genres. Light refreshments will be served and dancing is encouraged! All are welcome. RSVP by August 20. Finally, Treyton Oak Towers . . . The Art of Retirement Living art show will be held September 25, 3-6 p.m., in the main lobby and courtyards. This gallery will feature resident and local artists as well as live musical performances. Again, all are welcome and encouraged to RSVP by September 18. To explore life with the arts and the art of living offered by Treyton Oak Towers or to RSVP for upcoming arts events, call (502) 589-3211. In addition, you may visit treytonoaktowers.com or like it on Facebook. Special Advertising Section

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