Country Place Senior Living has consulted experts nationwide to develop a comprehensive series of programs that sharpen the mind, strengthen the body and enrich the spirit of our residents. They are fun, stimulating – and best of all – included completely free of charge in your monthly lease package! Examples of our wide variety of activities are:
Seniorcise® Exercise Program
Local Church Services and Bible Studies
Armchair Travels Patio Parties
Guest Speakers and Musicians
Hair / Nail Appointments
Wine and Cheese Tastings
A gorgeous, centrally located double-sided fireplace
A full-service dining room
Central TV / Entertainment area
Furnished backyard patio
Emergency Alert System
Commercial kitchen and housekeeping/laundry facilities
Spacious suites each feature: private bathroom, kitchenette, distinct bedroom and living areas
A non-refundable security deposit is due upon move-in. It can also be paid at any time prior to move-in to secure a room preference. A deposit holds a suite for 30 days, after which the depositor is granted first right of refusal. In the event of a wait list, you will receive priority contact when a suite is available.
Care levels are reviewed annually or as required by the state in which the resident resides. They may also be reviewed at the request of a resident or family member; or at any time of significant change in health. At that time, the staff will discuss all aspects of the resident’s care needs and create a plan of care that best suits the resident.
Country Place Senior Living will arrange for moving and pay expenses up to $500.
Yes! In fact, pets are encouraged. We have a pet agreement that established the responsibilities of pet care, guidelines on size, number and types of pets accepted. A non-refundable deposit is required.
Seniorcise is an exercise program designed for the specific needs and abilities of our residents. This program keeps both body and mind more productive and is proven to reduce the number of falls experienced by those who participate regularly.
Yes, all services and amenities are available to our Respite guests.
Most long-term insurance companies pay for assisted living care. However, each company has its own conditions and requirements. We are able to review the policy and answer questions the insurance company may have for you. LTC companies pay the client directly. The resident is responsible for paying Country Place Senior Living.