Accessible Home Care of Lexington Supports Our Local Community
From the beautiful rolling hills to the friendly, warm-hearted locals, we love the Bluegrass State. To help seniors living in Lexington, Kentucky improve the quality of their lives, we go beyond providing certified in home senior care services. To spread our message of compassionate care, we give back to our community by participating in local organizations and activities.
Providing Compassionate Care to the Greater Lexington Area Community
We dedicate our time and efforts to the following organizations that operate in the Fayette County and the Greater Lexington area. Through our endeavors, we hope to inspire a greater sense of community and support in the heart of Kentucky.
Meeting the Challenges and Opportunities of Aging
Since 2006, Bill Hughes, owner of Accessible Home Care of Lexington, has been a proud sponsor, steering committee member, and exhibitor committee chairman of the annual Meeting the Challenges and Opportunities of Aging conference in Lexington, Kentucky.
Accessible Franchise Advisory Board
Since 2007, Bill has been a member of the Accessible Franchise Advisory Board as a steering committee member.
Bluegrass Continuity of Care Association
Bill is pleased to have been the President of the Bluegrass Continuity of Care Association for 2008 and 2009.
Fayette County Cooperative Extension Office
Between 2011 and 2014, Bill was an executive council member of the Fayette County Cooperative Extension Office, part of the University of Kentucky and Kentucky State University campus information network.
Bluegrass Elder Abuse Prevention Council
Having served as Board of Director since 2014, Bill is proud to take part in the Bluegrass Elder Abuse Prevention Council that strives to educate the community and identify seniors at risk of abuse.
Bluegrass Kiwanis Club
Bill was a member of the Bluegrass Kiwanis Club that organizes civic and community activities to help serve the children of Lexington, Kentucky.
Kiwanis Builders Club
Bill was the Chairman of the Kiwanis Builders Club, an organization that helps teach middle school students leadership and community service.
St. Luke United Methodist Church
Both Bill and Kaye Hughes are proud to be members of the St. Luke United Methodist Church since 2003.
Elder Multidisciplinary Team
Bill has been a member of the Elder Multidisciplinary Team since 2013, a collaborative group who works to prevent elder abuse.
St. Luke UMC Pet Ministry
Kaye brings her children and dog every month to interact with seniors who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in the Lexington area.
University of Kentucky Justice Center for Elder And Vulnerable Adults
Bill is proud to have been part of the steering committee for the Justice Center for Elder and Vulnerable Adults in 2011 to assist seniors in Lexington, Kentucky.
Chick-fil-A Senior Bingo
To promote fun and fellowship, Kaye helps run bingo events at the local Chick-fil-A in Lexington.
Liberty Elementary PTA
Kaye volunteers to help with activities throughout the year at Liberty Elementary, including providing gift certificates and baskets for silent auctions.
Alzheimer’s & Dementia Support Group
Bill was the main speaker at the 2017 Alzheimer’s & Dementia Support Group hosted by The Willows at Hamburg to help families learn strategies and cope with the stress of caring for individual with Alzheimer’s Disease.
Receive Compassionate Home Care from the Heart of the Bluegrass State
If you are looking for in home senior care for your loved one living around Lexington, Kentucky, we can assist you. We provide compassionate care to seniors to help them remain independent in their own loving homes for as long as possible. To learn more about our senior care services, contact us and start your care journey today.Contact Us