What is most important is that I am well treated, that they were concerned with me and helped me when I needed it. They treat you like a friend and they provide what you need.
Jane S.Dec 2022
There is a good staff, good housekeeping, and good meals. It is just a pleasant place to be.
Patricia C.Feb 2022
It is very comfortable living here. They try to help you be as happy as possible living here. I am all alone here, and this way I have friends here. We laugh together and we play cards together, and that is wonderful.
Betsy W.Aug 2022
The most important to me is my relationship with everyone who lives here. There are 3 floors of senior citizens here. We have a good relationship. It is very important for someone my age. We don't get lonely.
It's a safe environment. The staff treats them with dignity and respect. They are very responsive to (the resident's) needs.
I appreciate how it is run very well. The staff are all friendly. The meals are good. Everything seems to be to our liking.
Asked when leaving KCH where i wanted to go for re-hab after hip surgery, i asked KCH if there was a place owned by the Levering family. My doctor asked why and I told him that the Levering family owned Morrow Manor in Chesterville. My… More Mother lived ther just a little over a year before she passed away and she LOVED being there. Everyone was so nice, friendly, caring, helpful and treated the residents like their own family. I saw it as did everyone who visited her. That was enough for me. Everyone here at Country Court is just the same loving and caring people at Morrow Manor. As far back as a childhood memory, Bruce Levering began in the health care business and his family has followed suite.
All the staff from the cleaning room crew those who got the residents cleaned up or showered, filled ice water and snacks, to those who delivered and picked up our food, those that just stopped in to chat, all the PT staff right on up to the wonderful nursing staff they have right up to the nurse practioner. Checking in and getting settled was so easy with everyone helping. My roomie was a real sweetheart and we shared many chuckles together. The worse part? Getting ready to leave. The nurses who helped get me ready shared hugs and even some tears with me. The reason I left so soon, my insurance booted me out! Actual leaving, my favorite nurse with the "south side of Mt. Vernon accent" hugged me and we cried a little, my roomie, too. So sad to leave new friends so fast.
Since I've been home getting PT, I've had 2 phone calls from Country Court to see how I was getting along. What more can be said. I loved being here and choose to come back if I ever need re-hab again.