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Dominion of Florence

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Senior Health and Hospitality in the Bluegrass State

Dominion Senior Living of Florence is a retirement community serving seniors living in Northern Kentucky. It is conveniently located near Merchants Square. Dominion Senior Living of Florence features a courtyard with picnic areas, games, walking paths, and sensory gardens. Our two-story community offers 60 two-bedroom, one-bedroom, and studio apartments designed for senior residents.

Let Dominion of Florence provide the gift of senior living in Northern Kentucky. Families looking for assisted living in Covington, KY or the Cincinnati area are encouraged to visit our personal care community.

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Dominion Senior Living of Florence

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4009 Seligman Drive
Florence, KY 41042

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Meet Our Executive Director

Our Mission is Excellent Service Through Faith and Compassion

Dominion of Florence | Brian Moore

Brian Moore

Executive Director

Dominion Senior Living of Florence

Brian is a native of Southeast Indiana and moved to Northern Kentucky more than 20 years ago after meeting his wife, Michelle, with which he has four children. He attended Xavier University in Cincinnati for both his undergraduate and graduate studies. He began an extensive career in Senior Living as a business owner providing Mobile X-Ray & EKG Services to more than 100 senior living communities in the Tri-State area.

After more than 10 years as an entrepreneur, Brian sold his business and returned to school to earn his Master’s Degree in Theology. Following graduation, he became a chaplain at Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati and later served as Director of Mission Integration & Spiritual Care at Long-Term Care Community in Northern Kentucky. 

His professional expertise combined with his love to serve seniors, his team, and God has made his service at Dominion one that he cherishes greatly. Dominion’s Mission Statement of “Honoring God Through Service to Seniors” holds a special spot in Brian’s heart, and her seeks to make it evident in all his daily activities at the community. 

Continuing Care for Kentucky Seniors

Older adults require different health and wellness services as they age. Dominion of Florence personal care and memory care services make that transition easier. Senior living is about planning for the future. Residents can join our Northern Kentucky community, knowing their future will be secure for years to come. 

Common Questions

In a personal care home, like Dominion of Florence, licensed nurses are ready to provide a higher level of care than in assisted living.

State licensure mandates what level of support personal care homes can provide. Assisted living is not required to be licensed. This measure protects seniors and ensures sufficient care levels.

Higher care services include:

  • Medical Director oversight and detailed resident records
  • Medication management, including diabetes care
  • Pharmacy and doctor coordination
  • Monthly wellness checks
  • In-house lab services

Personal care, memory care, and respite care are all ways of improving the lives of seniors.

Personal care is similar to assisted living and provides healthcare and activities of daily living assistance to residents. Seniors enjoy making new friends and living without hassles.

Memory care is a higher level of personal care for seniors living with Alzheimer’s or a type of dementia. Residents live in a secure environment and are encouraged to participate in purposeful activities guided by specialized team members.

Respite care provides short-term stays in a senior living community. This service gives caregivers a break and allows them to take vacations or personal time knowing their loved ones are receiving the support they need.

According to the 2021 Genworth Cost of Care Survey, the national average for assisted living is $4,500 per month. The average monthly cost for assisted living in Kentucky is $3,448.

These care costs are less than full-time home healthcare services and temporary nursing home stays.

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