Welcome to CountryHouse

Life is a journey, one that 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.

Why Choose CountryHouse as Your Loved One's Trusted Memory Care Home

Our Services

The services we provide at CountryHouse meet all of our residents’ needs, including 24-hour care, home-cooked meals, medical supervision, and, when necessary, help with bathing and dressing. Medical care is always available, and is offered as discreetly as possible, without institutional language ever being used.   Our signature LifeCycles wellness program incorporates daily routines and activities to maximize the four dimensions of wellness: Social, Intellectual, Physical and Spiritual. Because it is a natural, whole-person approach to care, every staff member participates in engaging residents in the course of providing services throughout the day and night. We plan activities seven days a week, for both groups and individuals, as well as for various stages of dementia. These can include dance, nature walks, games, cooking/baking, art therapy, parties, entertainment, special trips, daily bus rides, pet visits, music and singing, partnerships with schools and more. Read More


Caregivers and family members naturally want to do what is best, but the cost of memory care is not something to gloss over. It is a practical term that must be addressed. At CountryHouse, we provide various pricing structures, which we have laid out in detail. An important note is to avoid comparing apples to oranges, as far as memory care pricing goes: While there may be memory care centers with lower rates, low rates often mean cutting corners with regard to the quality of life, the level of medical care, and the robustness of programming. Read More

Our Philosophy

It is important to make note of the CountryHouse philosophy, which separates us from our competitors. We believe that even those who are facing memory loss and dementia can remain balanced and centered in their lives. We believe that they can continue to move forward, learning and growing and experiencing new things. Though the symptoms of dementia may not be “cured,” the right activities can stimulate positive memories, and create moments of joy and pleasure each and every day. Our LifeCycles program, which includes weeklong immersions into different themes and topics throughout the year, provides this kind of positive stimulation, and is recognized as cutting-edge in the field of memory care. Read More

Assisted Living Communities for Loved Ones Requiring Memory Care

For some families, providing in-home care may be the best option. That is something we fully support. For others, however, a time might come when caregivers feel stressed or burned-out; when they realize that their aging family member is not being engaged or invigorated; when they elect to transition to full-time, professional care. CountryHouse provides the professionalism without sacrificing the comfortable, at-home feel. We also provide innovative wellness cycles that turn the conventional old-age paradigm on its head, and provide opportunities for residents to thrive and to grow. In addition, families can come visit their loved one and are encouraged to come visit at any time.

We invite you to tour a nearby CountryHouse location to see if it might be right for your loved one. To learn more, contact us today.

We help those with memory loss find joy in everyday pleasures. Come visit us!

CountryHouse Stories

W e honor a person's life by telling his or her story. Alzheimer’s disease gradually robs people of the memories that remind them of who they are, where they’ve been, and what they’ve done. By gathering and preserving memories, we can bring important events and experiences from the past into the present. We can be the link to each one’s life history. Stories help affirm all the positive things a person has done in life and can still do. They remind us of who the individual was before Alzheimer’s disease.

My name is Jeff Ryan and my father, Jim Ryan is a resident at Country House in Lincoln, NE on 84th Street. I wanted to write a testimonial to the Country House organization. My father has lived at County House for a few years now. What helped my family decide on Country House over the other care facilities in the area, is the Country House organization. Country House is a care facility that truly cares, from the top person in the organization to the chef in the kitchen. Every person associate…
Jeff RyanAuto Claim Team Manager
Dear Becky, It has been almost two months since dad died (Erick Seifert), and I wanted to express our deep gratitude and appreciation to you and all of your outstanding staff at Astoria Gardens. As you recall, our family was quite involved with selecting a memory care unit for dad. We came armed with a long list of detailed questions when looking for the ideal placement. Having experience as an RN with hospice and home health care background, I knew what I wanted AND did not want when it c…
Diana RootBSN, RNPlano, TX
Dear Mr. Hug, Once again, your team at the Kensington has proven their devotion to your motto, “Treating People Like Family is the Heart of What We Do!” You were kind enough to visit my family in my mother’s room the day that we moved her in a year ago. This evening, with my brother, Mike, from Hastings out-of-town, I was faced with being “on call” with my mother Doris Kleppinger from where I live in Virginia. She has been facing some issues of not eating, difficulty swallowing, and breath…
Lu KleppingerVienna VA

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