Testimonials

Hear What Others Have to Say About Living At Country Meadow Place!

It is very clean and everyone is friendly here. The Staff is cordial. I can have my bird feeders and watch them daily. I like the openness and being able to see the green grass and blue sky. The food is very good, and I really enjoy the salad bar. I also enjoy our music program that Deb N. provides twice monthly. The music is very appropriate and keeps us current with approaching holidays. Most of all, we are treated with respect!

- Patricia

I like it all! The food, the people, the activities – there’s so much going on. And I really like the BINGO prizes!

- JoAnn H.

I’ve been here 7 years and have enjoyed my stay. They treat you like an individual not just part of a crowd. Everyone is friends and residents all get along.

- Bea F.

Housekeeping and showers are done in a way that makes you feel comfortable.

- Bea F.

This past fall my elderly aunt who had lived her entire adult life out of state needed to move to be closer to us. After carefully looking at all the options in Mason City, we chose Country Meadow Place. The staff, every one of them, is caring and attentive to not only the residents but their family members who are sometimes going through a transition too. I cannot say enough good things. The most important which is that my aunt is happy and loves where she lives now. Thank you to everyone at Country Meadow Place for working so hard to ensure everyone’s well-being!

- Jeanne Courtney

There are so many wonderful things to do at Country Meadow Place. I especially like the books in the library and I’m thankful for the spa bath, it’s so comfortable.

- Madonna O’Connell

I keep busy playing cards and Yahtzee with my friends. I really enjoy taking our bus to go out shopping weekly. The food is great and everyone is very friendly!

- Lavonna Ewing


WHY PEOPLE MOVE TO COUNTRY MEADOW PLACE

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“We did not want to be a burden to our children. Whenever they come over we are always putting them to work.”

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“I didn’t like being alone. Now I’m among friends and have many things to do.”