Country House In Westchester
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Does Country House In Westchester, Inc offer the following services?
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Care for the terminally ill
Trained for Alzheimer's, dementia, etc.
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Care for bladder or bowel control problems
Plan, Prepare & Clean-Up Meals
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Provides around the clock staff
For appointments, groceries, etc.
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Can pay for care via Medicaid
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Overall Rating 4.2 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Kinny Landrum★★★★★ 2 months ago
I have played the piano here for the residents for a number of years, usually twice a month on Fridays for wine and cheese. I play the good old standards that we both love, They are always smiling, always engaged and always very responsive and complimentary. They sing along and make very interesting requests. One spring a resident asked if I knew any songs about birds, a very appropriate request for spring. After playing Bye Bye Blackbird" and "Skylark", I tried "When The Red, Red Robin" for the first time. I became so enamored of it that I worked up an arrangement and play it all the time. So, thanks to them, I learn "new" old songs all the time. I always have fun coming here.
Margaret Stanton★★★★★ 2 months ago
Drive down a little hill and that's where you will find us. Truly a Country House, surrounded by nature. An intimate, family atmosphere is what you feel when you walk through the doors. That's how I felt 6 months ago when I joined The team at The Country House as their new Life Enrichment Director. Caring staff, wonderful families and amazing residents that have so much to share. We are blessed to work in their home.
Jane O'Connor★★★★★ a week ago
My 97 year old dad has been living at the Country House for over 2 years. He has adjusted well to being there and overall is very comfortable and loves interacting with other residents and talking with the staff. He tries very hard to remember everyone's name and greets anyone he passes. The past year he has required more individual help due to several falls and aging but with the help he gets from the staff, which he appreciates very much, he tries hard to exercise and do more for himself. He really looks forward to the weekly VA meetings and enjoys the topics of conversation. We, the family don"t live close by and depend on the staff to take care of our dad and the communication line is always open both ways which is a big help. The Country House is a warm and comfortable place and not too big which is nice.
joseph pizzimenti★★★★★ a month ago
Wanted to publicly thank the staff of Country House for taking such good care of my wife's dad for a week. The staff was very warm , caring and understanding as he is 85 and set in his ways. We felt very comfortable leaving him there, knowing he was in good hands.
Linda Bondi★★★★★ in the last week
My 101 year old mother has been a resident of The Country House for almost a year now and she and all of my family couldn't be more pleased with the warm, kind, attentive and respectful care that she has been given. Everyone, the Director, reception, nurses, social worker, aides, maintenance, et al., everyone, has been extraordinary and I couldn't think of a better or more caring place for her to be.
|Operator||Eakin, Leroy III|
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Types of New York Facilities
An adult home is established and operated for the purpose of providing long-term residential care, room, board, housekeeping, personal care and supervision to five or more adults unrelated to the operator. Adult homes may be operated by a natural person, a partnership, a not-for-profit corporation, a public corporation, a non-publicly traded business corporation or a limited liability company.
|ALP||Assisted Living Program:|
An assisted living program, which is available in some adult homes and enriched housing programs, combines residential and home care services. It is designed as an alternative to nursing home placement for individuals who historically have been admitted to nursing facilities for reasons that are primarily social, rather than medical in nature. The operator of the assisted living program is responsible for providing or arranging for resident services that must include room, board, housekeeping, supervision, personal care, case management and home health services.
|EHP||Enriched Housing Program:|
An enriched housing program is established and operated for the purpose of providing long-term residential care to five or more adults, primarily persons sixty-five years of age or older, in community-integrated settings resembling independent housing units. The program provides or arranges for the provision of room, board, housekeeping, personal care and supervision. Enriched housing programs may be operated by a natural person, a partnership, a not-for-profit corporation, a public corporation, a non-publicly traded business corporation or a limited liability company.
|NFP||Not For Profit:|
|PPHA||Private Proprietary Home for Adults:|
It is defined in Title 18NYCRR, Part 487.2(b) of the Department Regulations as an adult care facility which is operated for compensation and profit.
|RESIDENCE||Residence For Adults:|
A residence for adults is established and operated for the purpose of providing long-term residential care, room, board; housekeeping and supervision to five or more adults, unrelated to the operator.
|Service for Non||Service for Nonresidents:|
Services for nonresidents in adult homes, residences for adults and enriched housing is an organized program of services which an operator is authorized to provide to residents of the above facilities but which are provided to nonresidents who are aged or disabled to enable such persons to remain in or return to the community. These services may include an organized social day care program, temporary residential care, or other services the facility is authorized to provide.
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