“I was admitted to Country Aire in March of 2005 with a broken leg, sprained ankle and knee, The staff was very helpful and supportive of me knowing I wanted to go back home with my husband. The therapy department worked wonders on me and I was able to return home. Then, in 2008 my husband passed away and I was unable to take care of myself. There was nowhere else I wanted to go but to Country Aire because everyone there became my friends and family. It’s the place I call home!”
Sharon Groseclose
“When visiting family members or friends who were living in a home like Country Aire, I probably never gave much thought to the possibility that someday I would be calling a room in a similar building “home.” But here I am and grateful to be in a building in a country setting. So instead of looking out on a brick wall and pavement, I see open country until it meets a grove of trees that are now taking on glorious autumn colors. But, better than any autumn view, is the caring and kindness I found inside the building. The nurses, and other staff members, are truly helpful….living up to the word C.A.R.E.”
Dorothy Ruppel
“I have lived here since 2009. Then I couldn’t walk at all. Now I walk all over the home. They have been a lot of help to me over the years.”
Larry Musser