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Residents feel the togetherness in our communities

The current health challenges our world is facing have undeniably changed the way we live every single day. It has fiercely tested our patience and character, and has forced us to see life through new perspectives.

Senior living has been under much scrutiny as restrictions continue to change with new updates and health considerations. But during this time, even with changing visitation clearances and increased social distancing protocols, we’ve found the connections made within our communities have come out even stronger.

Now, more than ever before, it’s important to have a community around you.

If you or a loved one are considering the transition into retirement community living, we understand you may want to wait for brighter days before making that decision. We also understand senior living during a global pandemic can bring fears of isolation and separation from family. But at Country Meadows, our communities were designed to come together and thrive during challenging times.

“Mom is no longer so lonely…”

Staying at home means something different when you belong to a larger community like Country Meadows. Our residents are always close to neighbors, have access to enriching activities within our campuses, can enjoy chef-prepared meals with friends and are able to connect with the co-workers who care for them on a daily basis. In our communities, there really is no such thing as being alone.

Families of our residents have expressed they feel at peace knowing their loved ones aren’t at home facing these challenging times by themselves. We often hear that our residents wish they made the choice to move into a retirement community sooner after they’ve experienced how vibrant life can be.

How residents connect during these challenging times

Our residents can choose from a wide range of recreational and educational group activities, fitness classes, and even mindfulness experiences on campus designed to reduce stress – of course, while still practicing safe social distancing and wearing masks. Between events like socially distanced happy hours, art classes and spiritual enrichment, there’s something for every resident to enjoy.

To learn more about how our residents are staying social and connected and more about our communities, complete the form below. Welcome, life!

Contact us today!
  • Allentown: 610-395-7160
  • Bethlehem: 610-865-5580
  • Forks of Easton: 484-544-3880
  • Frederick: 301-228-2249
  • Hershey: 717-533-1880
  • Mechanicsburg: 717-975-3434
  • Nursing & Rehab Center: 610-844-9003
  • South Hills of Pittsburgh: 412-257-4581
  • Wyomissing: 610-374-3122
  • York South: 717-741-5118
  • York West: 717-764-1190