Country Meadows of Wyomissing
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At Country Meadows Retirement Communities of Wyomissing, residents have many choices to make when planning each and every day. Thanks to a robust Community Life calendar or events, on any given day residents can choose to have an adventure on an outing, learn a new hobby, help others by participating in volunteer opportunities or simply sit back and play cards or enjoy entertainment.

Picture life with our residents and co-workers at Country Meadows of Wyomissing.

“Life got better when my mother became a resident.”
~ Son of a Resident

“One could not ask for anything more than what we have here at Country Meadows.”
~ A Resident

National Senior Health & Fitness Day

Residents from all levels of care put on some colorful sweatbands, got outdoors and teamed up with other residents and co-workers for some friendly competition that had every one moving and hollering. In one game, teams passed a weighted ball to focus on strength in the arms and core. The fastest team won. A wheelchair race focused on cardiovascular exercise, endurance and arm strength. In a different game, teams put on oven mitts, pulled a tissue from a box and passed the items. The fastest team won. This game focused on multitasking skills, fine motor skills, core strengthening, reach and stretch.

Casino Day

A casino right on campus made the day for many residents.

Lake Tobias

Residents and co-workers enjoyed meeting lots of animals at Tobias Wildlife Park in Halifax, Pa. A few brave souls even hand-fed some very large animals!

Wyomissing Baseball

In anticipation of opening day of baseball, residents enjoyed a baseball-theme day complete with a visit from the Reading Fightin’ Phils mascot.

Dr. Seuss

In celebration of Dr. Seuss Day, a family of volunteers dropped by to read Dr. Seuss stories, play games and make oobleck-a fictional green substance from a Dr. Seuss book.

Kindness

Every April Country Meadows residents make an extra effort to practice random acts of kindness. Residents and co-workers visited a local restaurant to surprise patrons and workers with inspirational messages tied to pink daisies.

Wyomissing Sock Hop

Students from the local Penn State University campus planned a 50s Sock Hop for residents. In addition to dancing, residents also met some of their favorite celebs!

Wyomissing Wildlife

Residents and co-workers met and learned about birds from Red Creek Wildlife representatives.

Contact us today!
  • Allentown: 610-395-7160
  • Bethlehem: 610-865-5580
  • Bethlehem Nursing Center: 610-882-4110
  • Forks of Easton: 484-544-3880
  • Frederick: 301-228-2249
  • Hershey: 717-533-1880
  • Lancaster: 717-392-4100
  • Mechanicsburg: 717-975-3434
  • South Hills of Pittsburgh: 412-257-4581
  • Wyomissing: 610-374-3122
  • York South: 717-741-5118
  • York West: 717-764-1190