At Lake Country Assisted Living we know the most important part of what we provide is care to residents and peace of mind for their fami­ly. Our staff is hired with careful review and consideration for their desire to work in a close setting with the elderly, the ill and those with dementia. All are selected for their competence, positive attitude and professional conduct, as well as their belief in the basic dignity of every person. Careful attention is dedicated to staff training, development, and retention.

Staff respond to resident needs for independent activity and one-on-one interaction. From the day of admission, our staff works closely with residents, families, physicians, consultants and other health-care providers to develop, implement and routinely review each resident’s care plan. Staffing patterns are set to provide the time needed for resident care, as well as to assure our home is well-maintained for the variety of circumstances that might arise.



Everything at Lake Country Assisted Living centers around the kind of care that comes from the heart. At our residence, caring is what makes the difference. Caring enough to provide a setting that allows aging in place. A home that can become your hospice and an environment that knows how to care far the special needs of those with a variety of illness or dementia. 
Quality nursing and daily care begins with care plans at each resident’s admission and extends to periodic reassessments to help maintain maximum wellness. We concentrate on providing freedom of movement within the property and residence. We nurture and encourage each resident to be all that their illness or disabilities will allow. We assist residents through one-on-one interaction far personal hygiene and other activities of daily living. Daily prayer and devotionals according to the preferences and practices of each resident offers the sense of peace so vital to this time in life. 
Our home-like residence offers comfort and respite as we soothe each resident’s transition into assisted living and through whatever illness they are experiencing. Activities help reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness as we work with our residents to maintain relationships with family, friends, and their preferred church affiliation.

We want to thank you for the loving care of our mom.  She felt safe, secure, and loved in your home. We will be forever grateful that she was able to spend her final days among friends and loving people.  Thank you all for making us and her feel welcome.

Chris, Joanne, and Claire

Lake Country Staff,

Just want to pass along how much we appreciate the care you gave mom over the past 8 months.  We felt she left this world in dignity which she so deserved.

Family of Val