Lewis Memorial Home
Memorial Home is a warm, caring community which encourages the personal
independence of individuals and offers the opportunity to pursue
a productive and satisfying life.
commanding home is historically
significant as one of the oldest remaining in Simpson County, Kentucky.
Built in 1857 by the Lewis family, the
residence is a two story brick structure with dwelling rooms,
room, enclosed porch and upstairs / downstairs
rooms. The Lewis family deeded the land with over
300 acres in the mid
1900's to the Methodist Church. The Church established an
orphans' and widows' home until 1965. At that point, it became a
home retains its original charm with modern amenities for
its residents' ease. It is licensed for twenty-three residents. Six
are available in a separate building for couples or single
All have professional maintenance and landscaping. The setting
peaceful. The front door looks out to a golf course. The side and back
doors face full-growth trees and rolling fields which
grace the manor.
quality, friendly personalized caregivers are our specialty. Our
Administrator and staff have 65+ years of combined on-site experience.
priority by providing a high
staff to resident ratio which includes 24 hour supervision in a
home-like environment. Communication is key in
our family-oriented approach to care, which involves the family in
Lewis Memorial Home is affiliated with the United
Methodist Church. Residents are accepted from all religious
faiths on a
non-sectarian basis. Individuals are treated equitably with dignity and
appreciation for their differences.
Licensed by the Commonwealth of Kentucky as a
non-profit personal care / long term care facility for mobile,
ambulatory residents and as a proud member of
encourage residents to live their lives to their