Life is a journey—and everyone’s journey takes him or her through different 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 joy and pleasure become 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 ample opportunity to lead rich, fulfilling lives filled with happiness.
CountryHouse is a memory care residence. We use that word residence purposefully, because we truly want everyone to feel at home here. Our philosophy hinges on a complete rejection of institutional trappings; as such, we do not use signage, lunch trays, scrubs or anything else that might make CountryHouse feel like a nursing home or a hospital. It is neither of these things; to those who stay here, it is home. All residents are invited to bring their own furniture, and we get to know their names, stories, likes and passions to engage them and truly integrate them into life at CountryHouse.
Of course, we do not only provide services to residents. In a very real way, CountryHouse provides meaningful service to caregivers and family members, providing them with relief and with peace of mind. When you bring your parent or relative to CountryHouse, you can rest assured that he or she will be cared for with the utmost compassion, knowledge, and professionalism.