Welcome to CountryHouse
Devoted exclusively to benefiting those living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, CountryHouse residence for memory care is not “typical” memory care. We’re all about experiences. Do more. Engage more. Live more. Walk into any CountryHouse community and see residents engaging with one another. See families enjoying dinner together – grandchildren included. See bowling and badminton on the lawn, budding artists in the art studio, chefs baking in the kitchen … and smiles throughout the community.
At CountryHouse, we provide the uplifting, engaging and meaningful lifestyles and care people with memory loss need – and their families want. Days are filled with joyful moments to ensure our residents still have opportunities to lead enriching lives, filled with the happiness simple pleasures can bring.
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"The staff at CountryHouse at Grand Island are wonderful for getting people in and taking residents out to do so many types of things. You should all know that you are giving wonderful days to the people you’re caring for. Thanks to all of you! "
THANK YOU for sending emails and pictures of E. — they all keep me in touch with what she is doing, wearing, eating, and the fun and social life at CountryHouse. It’s hard living so far from Grand Island. I am very appreciative of what you have done (and are doing) for her and all the other residents. They are all loved and pampered, and I’m certain that their families like ours are grateful for the love, encouragement and smiles they receive.
We 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 who that person is and 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.