The Countryside Living Seniors Community in Queen Creek held a No Deficiency Night Out for Residents and Staff

In August, the Arizona Department of Health gave Countryside Living a deficiency-free survey based on its last annual inspection.

Countryside Living, a seniors’ community in Queen Creek that provides care and support for seniors in need of assistive services and memory care, hosted a disability-free party on October 26. Staff gathered outside with residents, playing bingo and eating from a food truck they brought in for all to enjoy.

In August, the Arizona Department of Health gave Countryside Living a deficiency-free survey based on its last annual inspection.

“This is a remarkable achievement for any community, especially considering the challenges that most seniors’ communities have faced over the past two years,” said Gail Daniel, director of the enrichment of life. “We are committed to providing a truly exceptional senior living experience – where every resident can thrive in a setting that not only feels like home, but actually becomes home. To honor our staff and residents, we We had a no-holds-barred party with food from the trucks, music and bingo on the porch for prizes for our residents. It was a great day for all!”

Countryside Living is located in Queen Creek at 22773 E. Ocotillo Road. For information or to request a visit, call 602-962-0505 or visit campaignseniorliving.com.

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