SERVING OTHERS WITH QUALITY AND COMPASSION
Lakehouse is committed to providing exceptional and compassionate care to our residents, ensuring that they maintain their dignity and quality of life. We strive to create a warm and welcoming environment where our residents feel at home and are treated with respect, kindness, and empathy.
WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO
We know that putting the care of your loved ones in the hands of others can be challenging and unsettling. At Lakehouse, we strive to provide only the highest level of care to all our residents, and treat each one as though they are family. We are passionate about giving our residents’ family’s peace of mind in knowing their loved ones are receiving the care they deserve.
My dad was just released from TCU/memory care. He was there for three weeks. I was very pleased with all of my interactions with all the staff-- the front desk, financial services, social worker, PT, OT, speech, nurses, CNAs, etc. Everyone was caring and kind. No complaints.
My aunt attended the Adult Day Program for 5 years. She stayed in the transitional care unit after sustaining a fall and another time for pneumonia. During her final days she was transferred there and enrolled in Hospice. The team was beyond compassionate and treated my aunt with dignity and respect throughout each of her stays. She ended up passing surrounded by family and staff who knew and deeply cared for her. This place is the perfect mix of complex care knowledgeable nurses and a family/patient centered care plan. I am forever thankful.
I brought my great Aunt here for rehab after she broke her hip (which many think an elderly broken hip is just an end-of-life sentence, especially in dementia). Well, the health team not only had her walking stairs independent, dressing herself and back to jazz class, the team discovered the reason she was not able to eat well anymore. They were able to arrange for a little throat procedure which fixed the problem, all during her rehab stay. She went home not only eating, walking and stair climbing, a couple of months later she was dancing.💗 Thank you for your great work!
Mom was in LTC for a little over 7 months and has recently moved into Assisted Living. Our family has nothing but kind words and thank you for the staff that took care of mom. Everyone was attentive and respectful, although she had favorites, from the aides to the nurses to the aides, she never complained about anyone. It was clean, the food looked good and there were activities she really enjoyed. She also loved the church service, the music and the ministers and so did I as I attended the weekly service with her. We were sad when we left, although happy she could move into AL