HOISINGTON — As the COVID‐19 pandemic lingers, Country Place Senior Living and Country Place Memory Care are continually looking for ways to keep the lines of communication open between residents and their loved ones.
When the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID‐19) Communicative Technology Grant was launched through their licensing agency, Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS), they immediately applied.
Through the grant, Country Place Senior Living and Country Place Memory Care were able to access funds for multiple iPads, tripods and a UVC LED box to sanitize the iPads in between uses.
One iPad and the sanitizing box have arrived and three additional iPads are en route.
If you have a loved one living at Country Place Senior Living or Country Place Memory Care, call 620‐653‐4121 to schedule your next video chat.
Country Place Senior Living is an 18‐suite assisted living residence that is specifically designed to feel like home, to be welcoming and to focus on the specific needs of older adults. With four levels of care, the goal is to allow residents to age in place while providing the appropriate amount of care and support.
Country Place Memory Care is an eight‐suite residence providing specialized care for seniors living with dementia. The memory care residence is specifically designed to mirror the comforts of home. In this environment, the care-giving staff has the ability to tailor both their care for residents and support for their family members.
To learn more about Country Place Senior Living or Country Place Memory Care call Jessi Baze, director, at 620‐653‐4121.