Personal Care at Country Meadows of Wyomissing I

Personal Care at Country Meadows of Wyomissing I

Berks County, PA

At a Country Meadows community, our philosophy is to make senior living as easy as possible so that residents can enjoy doing what they love most. Even active seniors may find they need some help with activities of daily living. From assistance with dressing to medication management, our Assisted Living and Personal Care residents enjoyMore 

Quality of Care

License Status
Daily Staff Per Resident
Nurse On Site?
24 Hour Nurse On Site?
Secured Dementia Unit?
Memory Care Programs

Levels of Care

Personal Care at Country Meadows of Wyomissing I offers 2 types of care: Assisted Living / Personal Care, and Memory Care.

  • Independent Living
  • Assisted Living / Personal Care
  • Memory Care
  • Short Term / Respite Care
  • Skilled Nursing / Long Term Care
  • Adult Day Care
  • Rehab
What are levels of care?

Levels of care refer to how much assistance a person needs with health management, as well as activities of daily living. Activities of daily living are tasks like dressing, taking a bath or shower, using the restroom, and eating.

Additional considerations include whether the individual can take prescription medications or manage chronic conditions independently, or whether some assistance from a caregiver is needed.

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Living at Personal Care at Country Meadows of Wyomissing I

Types of Units

Personal Care at Country Meadows of Wyomissing I offers 1 type of unit: Studio.

  • Private Room
  • Semi-Private Room
  • Studio
  • One Bedroom Apt
  • Two Bedroom Apt
  • Cottage
  • Townhouse


Personal Care at Country Meadows of Wyomissing I offers 3 dining options: Cafe, and Restaurant Style, and Sunday Brunch.

  • Cafe
  • Restaurant Style
  • Buffet Style
  • Private Dining
  • Formal Dining
  • Casual Dining
  • Pub
  • Sunday Brunch

Religious Services


Eligibility & Pets

  • Pets allowed


    Fitness Center
    Salon/Beauty Shop
    Transportation Services

About Company

For Profit/Nonprofit

Affiliated Communities

There are 2 communities affiliated with Personal Care at Country Meadows of Wyomissing I: Personal Care at Country Meadows of Wyomissing II, and Independent Living at Country Meadows of Wyomissing.

What are affiliated communities?
These are communities that have established relationships with one another. They often share the same parent company or network.
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Reviews of Personal Care at Country Meadows of Wyomissing I
Average rating from 5 reviews:

  • Our father has been a resident in Connections since December 2019. This was a very emotional and difficult time for our family and placing him an equally difficult decision. The staff at Country Meadows were compassionate, caring and professional during this transition . They offered compassion for our father and all of us. HeMore 
    Marian Lucas · in the last week
  • Country Meadows of Wyomissing was the best experience I could have asked for, let me explain. Late March of 2012, my journey of taking care of my grandparents began, my grandparents had reached a part of their life that they no longer could live at home. My grandmother was in need of care that myMore 
    Mary Moody · 8 months ago
  • My Mother has been a long term resident at Country Meadows and we could not be more pleased with the care she hase received and the cleanliness of the facility. The staff is both professional and personable. Over the years my wife, brother and I have gotten to know some of the staffMore 
    Henry Gibson · in the last week
  • Parents, how can we ever do enough for them as they age out of their homes?! It’s never an easy decision, as we want our parents to be safe and secure in their new environment. I can’t speak highly enough about Country Meadows Retirement Communities. It was a place that we immediately liked after takingMore 
    Margo DeRouchie · 3 months ago
  • Mediocre at best. Management is very poor - lack of caring for residents and family, no communication. It's all about the dollars, not the care, not the residents and not the family. A handful of caregivers are very good. Most are new, inexperienced and short withMore 
    Linda Dickinson · a month ago