Country Meadows of Wyomissing is not a typical retirement community. Take our food, for instance. Our residents enjoy catching up with neighbors over a delicious home-prepared meal with restaurant-style dining 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 mind, body and spirit. Different than many retirement homes, 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.
When considering a retirement community, families typically look for a safer and easier environment—what most retirement homes provide. However our residents tell us what makes us different is our wide variety of recreational activities, fitness, social events, spiritual enrichment programs and lifelong learning.
There's always something to do at every level of care. And it's not just for residents. Families and friends are invited to join us for a meal, an activity or an event of their choice. See our calendar of events and activities here.
Every day our residents are continuing to learn and expand their horizons such as cooking demonstrations, gardening, art classes to current event discussions and outings such as to the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum's air show or The Reading Fightin' Phils baseball game.
Physical activity can give seniors a better quality of life. With a dedicated fitness staff, we promote healthy lifestyles with individual and group programs from yoga classes, Arthritis Foundation's Tai Chi and walking clubs to one-on-one training and interactive bowling, tennis, golf and other computer games.
Each individual has value and has much to contribute regardless of abilities or age. With their time, experience or talents, residents volunteer, participate in on-campus activities like preparing meals for Meals on Wheels recipients and find many ways to share their lifetime of experiences with others and help make life better for everyone.
We embrace an inclusive interfaith approach to spiritual care and welcome all religious and cultural backgrounds. Our full-time chaplains offer pastoral counseling, are available for residents' spiritual needs at their convenience and conduct religious services. Plus, we provide opportunities for residents to attend worship services in the local community.
Our residents delight in seeing old friends' familiar faces and welcome the chance to make new ones. They meet neighbors who love the same activities, have the same taste in music or books, enjoy the same pastimes and for many Berks County natives, share the same stories.
And they'd also love to meet you. Experience life at our Wyomissing retirement community by setting up a personalized tour any day of the week. We look forward to meeting you.