We fully understand that your main priority is finding a forever home for your loved one. While medical care is an important and, at times, necessary component to any nursing home, we know it’s just as important that our long-term care facility has good recreational programs, restorative therapy programs, and access to physicians and consultants.
At LakeMed, we work constantly to improve the overall quality of life and care for each and every resident. Our staff works 24/7 to provide comprehensive long-term care services with compassionate, personal assistance, in a long-term skilled nursing facility.Schedule A Tour
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Our long-term nursing home lives by a set of core values designed to keep us focused on residents first.
At LakeMed, we create a customized, long-term care plan for each resident, including any necessary therapies – occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech therapy.
In addition to general programs aimed at improving strength, fine motor control and more, our nursing home offers programs for individuals recovering from specific injuries or adapting to life with a particular condition:
Long-term nursing home care involves a variety of services designed to meet an individual’s health or personal care needs to help them live as comfortably and safely as possible when they can no longer perform a few or several everyday activities on their own.
The benefits of a nursing home cannot be overstated, as, when needed, they can truly help you or a loved one get as much out of life as possible with the around-the-clock assistance they need. Some benefits of a long-term skilled nursing facility include:
Absolutely not. The need for a nursing home, or long-term skilled nursing facility, can arise at any time in an individual’s life. Yes, the majority of individuals who require nursing home services are elderly, but younger people may need it, too, because of an injury, an accident, a disease, or an illness.
This is often a complicated question to answer, as most of the time it varies depending on insurance and the different long-term skilled nursing facilities.
It is best to speak with our care team about your individual situation to determine if you or your loved one will qualify for care in a long-term nursing home setting.