Putting the “Life” in Lifestyle.
One of the main reasons our residents and their families first considered a retirement community was for an easier, safer environment—what all basic senior citizen housing and assisted living facilities provide. But, one of the main reasons they chose Country Meadows was to get back to living life through our full array of social events, fitness, spiritual enrichment programs, recreational activities and lifelong learning.
An active and social life both on and off campus
There’s always something to do, for every level of care. And it’s not just for residents.
Friends and families are invited to check our community calendars for each of our communities and join us for a meal, activity or an event of their choice.
Support and empowerment through spiritual life
We welcome all religious and cultural backgrounds and embrace an inclusive interfaith approach to spiritual care. We have full-time chaplains who offer pastoral counseling, conduct religious services and are available for residents’ spiritual needs. In addition to the on-campus interfaith religious services, we provide opportunities for residents to attend worship services in the local community.
Healthy living with wellness and fitness
Physical activity helps keep seniors energetic and independent. We have a dedicated fitness staff who promotes healthy lifestyles with individual and group programs from SilverSneakers® fitness classes and Arthritis Foundation’s Tai Chi to one-on-one training and interactive bowling, golf, tennis and other computer games.
Continued growth through interactive and educational lifelong learning
On any given day, our calendars may include art classes, a lecture by a local professor, music lessons, a field trip to a museum, cooking demonstrations, gardening and current events discussions.
Fulfillment from purposeful service
No matter their age or abilities, every resident still has much to contribute. Whether giving of their time, experience or talents, we help arrange volunteer opportunities, involve residents in on-campus life and find many ways to connect our residents to share a lifetime of knowledge with others and help make life better for everyone.