Annual Alzheimer’s Association Benefit: COOKOUT at Countryside Manor

PICNIC DINNER Tuesday, July 27  |  4-7 PM Brats and Hamburgers: $3 Double: $3.75 Side Dishes: $1 each Raffles   |   Car Show    |   Bake Sale Meat sponsored by Miesfeld’s Triangle Market, Inc. DJ Service by BOP Cookout for a Cause Join the residents, staff and friends of Countryside Manor in the…

Contemplating a Move to Senior Living During COVID-19

As COVID numbers begin to drop, vaccination becomes more wide-spread and restrictions begin to lift, many people are re-evaluating the lifestyle benefits that senior living offers, especially after nearly a year of isolation. While each individual and family must make the choice that is right for them, for some, the advantages of living in a senior…

Welcome to Encore Senior Living

Countryside Manor recently joined the Encore Senior Living family of communities that provide independent living, assisted living and memory care residences, services and amenities so older adults can thrive in the comfort of community with as little or as much assistance as needed. “We’re delighted to welcome Countryside Manor with open arms, and we look…

A Warm Winter Welcome

Dodge the Wild Weather Ride this Winter and eliminate some worry for yourself or a loved one. At Countryside Manor Assisted Living and Memory Care, it’s warm and cozy and the forecast calls for… Camaraderie and kinship with neighbors who are always up for card games, exercise and special events. Comfort in a private studio apartment home –…

COVID-19 Safety Update

Countryside Manor Assisted Living and Memory Care is part of the Encore Senior Living family of communities. As we thoughtfully and carefully continue to navigate through COVID-19, please take a moment to understand what Encore Senior Living communities are doing to operate safely and continue to foster a healthy and happy lifestyle for our residents.  …

Community Living: It’s Healthier

Staying socially connected and feeling engaged with life becomes more important as we grow older, and not just for mental health reasons. Isolation is a serious health risk for older adults. We now know that people who don’t or can’t maintain connections with friends, family and neighborhood will experience greater numbers of chronic and life-limiting…