Important Covid-19 Information
We are pleased to announce with the passivity rates of Covid-19 declining we are no longer requiring appointments for visits.
However, you still must do a health screening with temperature check, wear a face covering and only visit with the resident you have come to see. Along with that please only go to that residents’ room or area that is designated by staff.
Please remember if you have any symptoms of Covid-19 do not come to the facility. Families can call Countryside Adult Home for more details at 518-623-3451.
Thank you all for your patience and we are looking forward to seeing everyone.
For our visitors: Please be advised Countryside Adult Home currently has active COVID-19 infections at this time. This is to remind everyone to please monitor for any symptoms prior to visiting. Rapid tests are available at the facility for those wishing to take one. In addition, please continue to strictly adhere to COVID-19 mask, social distancing and handwashing protocols per New York State Department of Health guidance. Hand sanitizer is available for those entering the home. Anyone seeking additional information can call Countryside staff at 518-623-3451.
In addition, Countryside Adult Home will be hosting a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for second booster shots on Thursday, April 21st. This Warren County Health Services clinic will be open to residents and staff.
Countryside Adult Home administration learned early Thursday morning that an individual who had been in the home earlier this week had tested positive for COVID-19 during a routine screening. This person was asymptomatic. Countryside administration have worked with Warren County Public Health staff to investigate the situation, and the risk to others in the home is believed to be minimal because of the precautions that have been in place at Countryside since the pandemic began. This situation is being closely monitored, and updates will be posted if needed.
As an Adult Home licensed by New York State Department of Health, Countryside Home is following DOH guidance on how to address the global epidemic of COVID-19.
It's through this guidance that the residents and staff have been having temperature monitoring and screening questions done each day.
The facility is closed to all non-essential visitors; we do still continue to have weekly provider visits as well as telehealth services.
Our staff is dedicated to both the physical and emotional wellbeing of our residents so we continue to involve the residents in daily activities while adhering to social distancing.
We are committed to sharing information for the good of all public health but we must adhere to the privacy of our residents and staff.
At this time we are happy to report no cases at CSAH of COVID-19. Updates will be given as situations may evolve in the coming future.
Any questions can be directed to Amy McByrne - Director of Countryside Adult home by calling the facility at 518-623-3451.
The Warren County Countryside Adult Home is a 48 bed public, non-profit, Adult Residential Care Facility, which is licensed by the New York State Department of Health. Its purpose is to provide long-term residential care, room, board, housekeeping, personal care and supervision. It is operated by Warren County under the direction of the Facility's Administrator, the Warren County Board of Supervisors, the Department of Social Services, and the Commissioner of Social Services. The Countryside Adult Home will admit adult residents of Warren County, subject to eligibility, without regard to race, color, creed or national origin; and will provide a home for those adults who do not require twenty-four hour skilled nursing care. The staff understands the needs of residents in the facility. Twenty-four hour supervision is provided by trained and caring aides. The Countryside Adult Home provides case management and offers the following services:
- A full-time activity program;
- Furnished semi-private rooms;
- Barber and beautician services on site;
- Laundry services are provided as well as washers and dryers for personal use;
- Medication management assistance as well as assistance with the activities of daily living and housekeeping services;
- Three nutritious meals daily with between meal snacks;
- Bi-weekly shopping trips as well as transportation to and from all appointments;
- Worship services on site.
All meals are prepared by an experienced staff. A Registered Dietician works with the Medical Director and staff to provide nutritious meals that meet the dietary needs of all residents.
The activity program helps to promote and maintain the physical and psycho-social well being of each resident. An organized program of individual and group activities is available to enable the residents to engage in cultural, spiritual, diversional, physical, political, social and intellectual activities within the facility and the local community.