Close to city life and culture and in our beautiful surroundings, our residents are at home here. After all, it is their home. Unlike a typical retirement home, we have designed each part and planned every detail with our residents in mind. We want them to feel as comfortable, safe and worry-free as possible. That's what retirement living is all about.
We know deciding on a retirement living community is a big decision and at times can be overwhelming. And we will help make the transition as easy as we can. We will walk you through what personal information you need, review which living space is best suited for you or your loved one, identify necessary financial resources and help plan for the move-in day and thereafter.
Here, our residents enjoy a neighborly feel of community living with the personalization and privacy of their own apartment. Our apartment homes are rented on a month-to-month basis with one all-inclusive monthly bill and no large upfront fees.
A retirement home apartment should reflect a resident's preferences and accommodate his or her care needs. We understand and offer a range of styles in several configurations, including:
Apartment availability will vary depending on a resident's level of service, but we work with families to find the best fit. Contact us today to share what you are looking for. Even better, visit us any day of the week for a personalized tour of our lifestyle options and meet our wonderful residents and co-workers.
Often we find families are not as aware of their daily, monthly and yearly living expenses when deciding if a retirement home is worth the move or even affordable. To help you evaluate your situation, we've designed this convenient tool to compare current household living expenses to the alternative of living at Country Meadows.
After You Say "Yes"
If you decide to make your new home with us, we will welcome you warmly. And we pledge we will make the transition as easy as possible so you feel at home as soon as possible. Click here for what to expect after you say "yes."