Comfortable Living follows the guidance of the CDC and local ordinances regarding COVID-19. Direct care staff are required to wear masks, and other PPE as needed for specific tasks, and the homes managed by Comfortable Living are cleaned and sanitized several times per day. If you have questions or concerns about our COVID policies, just give us a call and we’ll be happy to discuss our protocols with you!
About comfortable living
Comfortable Living is a Medicaid waiver provider serving Central Kentucky. Our specialized care provides patients with in-residence services for patients with acquired brain injuries (ABI), and with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our goals as a provider are to assist clients in independent functions and achieve objectives of improved health and welfare.
Along with the services we provide, Comfortable Living staffs and maintains four resident housing facilities for waiver clients. Our clients can remain residents for long-term care or they may use the facility as a stepping stone, developing their independence and progressing to a different style of living.
Specialized Care That Works
Many areas of the brain can be affected by ABI’s, reducing the function of sensory, motor, cognitive, or behavioral abilities. Occupational Therapy gives individuals the skills to regain independence by relearning self-care habits, home living management, and social participation.
Counseling helps individuals navigate and understand the changes they experience following their ABI. Counseling provides clients with a safe environment to express their emotions and experiences with a licensed professional.
Speech-Language Pathologists(SLPs) work with patients on various disorders, including swallowing, speech, language, social communication, and cognitive-communication. SLPs assist patients with sounds, language appropriateness, non-verbal communication, thought organization, and planning.
Behavioral support provides care to clients after an ABI or for individuals living with intellectual or developmental disabilities. After an ABI, clients can experience personality changes. Individuals may struggle with decision-making, poor concentration, and memory loss. An assessment with a neuropsychologist will help to identify and address an individual’s needs.