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granite-bay-nov-16smCountryHouse in Granite Bay, California now open

CountryHouse welcomed its first residents at the end of October 2016, and since then they have enjoyed many fun activities and trips. Families also helped establish new traditions for Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations.

ch-granite-bay_dec-16The first senior residence in Granite Bay dedicated to memory care, CountryHouse was specially designed by dementia-care experts to look and feel like a family home. Featuring round-the-clock, specially trained staff, services include health care, meals, transportation, housekeeping, laundry, personal care assistance, and on-site physical therapists. Daily activities are tailored to individual interests and preferences, with a focus on maximizing the social, physical, intellectual and spiritual well-being of each resident. CountryHouse also offers support services, educational resources, and special events for the spouses and family members of its residents.

Agemark CEO Richard Westin said, “We are very excited and proud to offer this much needed service to the Granite Bay community.  Helping people to age with dignity and caring for them as if they were our own family has been the core belief of our business since the 1980’s.”

For more information, please email Tammy Cahill at CountryHouse, or call her at (916) 899-6565.

 


 Third CountryHouse in Lincoln, Nebraska celebrated its grand opening in July 2016

countryhouse-70th-and-o_lincoln-ne_16smLike the first two CountryHouse communities in Lincoln, the newest one at 70th and O Street is a licensed assisted living facility that specializes in caring for those with Alzheimer’s and other dementia.

But unlike the residences on Old Cheney and on South 84th, this community is part of a National Historic property and was carefully designed to harmonize with other structures on the beautiful and historic Veterans Administration grounds.

It’s the sixth CountryHouse to open in Nebraska, each one developed and operated by Agemark Senior Living. For more information, please email Suzy Nootz at CountryHouse, or call her at (402) 421-2200.