Life is a journey, one that takes every individual through unexpected twists and turns. As we get older, some of us may face struggles with memory loss or other symptoms of dementia. This does not mean the journey is over, or that quality of life becomes unattainable. It just means a little extra help is needed. At CountryHouse, we provide that help, and we ensure that those who are journeying with dementia still have opportunities to lead enriching lives, filled with the joys that simple pleasures can bring.
CountryHouse is a memory care residence. The word residence is used purposefully, because we want everyone to feel at home here. Anything that might look or feel like a hospital or nursing home is avoided, such as institutional signage, lunch trays, scrubs and rigid schedules. Residents are invited to bring their own furniture and mementos, and we learn each one’s story to engage them and truly integrate them into the CountryHouse family.
In addition, our services extend to families. From supporting those who are still caring for a loved one at home, to education and special family events, CountryHouse cares for all those whose lives have been touched by Alzheimer’s. We understand that in different ways, the toll it takes on families is just as great as on the person with the disease.
Because we believe in treating people like family at CountryHouse, you can rest assured that your loved one will be cared for with the utmost compassion, integrity and commitment.