About Country Meadows Retirement Communities
It’s Our Privilege
We know you have choices among senior living communities. Likely many. That’s a good thing as each family is unique, each situation is different. Even the best retirement communities can’t appeal to everyone. In fact, we recommend a helpful tool to aid in your decision-making, “What to Look for When Considering a Retirement Community.”
We hope you will add us to the senior living communities you are considering as we strive each and every day to be one of the best retirement communities. We’ve been successful in part because of two principles:
- We understand trust has to be earned, and
- We regard caring for our residents a privilege.
Our Dedication to Caring
In addition to these principles, learn what sets us apart with our history and company philosophy here:
Expert Advice from Senior Care Experts
For over 50 years, the Leader family has been caring for seniors and their families. From these exchanges, we have gained much experience in guiding residents and families in starting the conversation about moving to a retirement community, finding financial resources available for seniors unbeknownst to them, coping with caregiving and memory loss, and more. Learn more here.
Extraordinary Stories of Extraordinary Individuals: Our Residents
How lucky are we to spend our days with such remarkable people? Whether through their experiences in vocations, achievements, hobbies, advice, faith, love or laughter, our residents still have much to contribute. Click here to enjoy “meeting” these residents through their stories and be prepared to be inspired.
Awards and Recognition
We’re humbled by the industry and community recognition and praise we have received. It affirms we’re exceeding expectations and inspires us to keep excelling. Click here for a list of our honors.
We also keep good company by associating ourselves with like-minded organizations who prioritize seniors’ well-being, customer service and good business practices in their mission and practices too.
Alzheimer’s Association Workplace Alliance
American Health Care Association
Argentum (formerly Assisted Living Federation of America)
Better Business Bureau
International Council on Active Aging
OhioHealth Delay the Disease