You'll be pleasantly surprised we're not your typical retirement community. For starters, we have really great food—just ask our residents. They enjoy catching up with neighbors over a delicious home-prepared meal served restaurant-style or grabbing a quick bite at their convenience through our "At Your Service" call-in option. Click here for more details and a sample menu.
While our delectable dining experience fills the appetite, our extensive community lifestyle program fuels the body, mind and spirit. Our residents live beyond their apartments and become as involved as they choose within our campus, the city, region, even road trips to outside Pennsylvania.
Typically most residents and their families start out looking at a retirement community simply for a safer environment. But in addition to this, one of the main reasons they chose Country Meadows of South Hills of Pittsburgh was to get back to living life through our full array of recreational activities, fitness, lifelong learning, social events and spiritual enrichment programs.
There's always something to do at our South Hills campus, for every level of care. And it's not just for residents. Family and friends are invited to check our community calendars and join us for a meal, activity or an event of their choice at any time.
Our residents never stop learning as each day we offer enrichment programs like art classes, cooking demonstrations, current events discussions, music lessons, a field trip to a museum or a lecture by a local professor.
Physical activity helps keep seniors active and independent. With our dedicated fitness staff, we promote healthy lifestyles with individual and group programs from Arthritis Foundation's Tai Chi, SilverSneakers® fitness classes and walking clubs to one-on-one training and interactive bowling, golf, tennis and other computer games.
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, are available for residents' spiritual needs and conduct religious services. In addition to our on-campus interfaith religious services, we also provide opportunities for residents to attend worship services in the local community.
Each resident still has much to contribute regardless of his or her age or abilities. Whether with their time, experience or talents, we arrange volunteer opportunities, help involve residents in on-campus life and find many ways to connect them with others to share a lifetime of knowledge and help make life better for everyone.
At Country Meadows, our residents meet neighbors who enjoy the same pastimes, love the same activities, have the same taste in music or books and for many Pittsburgh natives, share the same stories. Our residents delight in seeing familiar faces of old friends or welcome the chance to make new ones—they are always in good company.
See what life is like at our retirement community by setting up a personalized tour for any day of the week. We look forward to meeting you.