ABOUT LAKE HOUSE
Everything we do is meant to encourage independence, while delivering compassionate care in the kind of serene environment you might experience at a bed and breakfast. We strive to ensure residents come to love Lake House, thinking of our facility as their home and embracing the fulfilling lifestyle we aim to provide at an affordable cost.
The BEST of service with a LOVING touch
At Lake House, each resident receives a personalized plan of care that specifically addresses their wants and needs. Our team works diligently on a daily basis to meet the demands of our residents, compassionately catering to their wishes for meals and snacks, housekeeping, laundry, medication management, recreational activities, and other services.
At Lake House, your loved ones are never a liability
Selecting the right community can be a challenging and stressful process. Because the nature of finding the right facility can be so difficult, we often hear from caregivers who have had to repeat this process. Unlike other facilities that evict residents due to new physical or mental concerns, Lake House is committed to serving our residents for as long as they need us.
New circumstances may result in changes to a resident's costs, but residents will never be dismissed from Lake House because additional services are required. At Lake House, you or your loved one are never a liability.
The Moore Family
The mother and son team of Cheryl and Eric Moore have successfully owned and operated facilities like Lake House for 20 years. Their ability to deliver best-in-class care at affordable rates has drawn the acclaim of residents and their peers in the industry alike. Both Cheryl and Eric are proud of the relationships each has built with partnering doctors, pharmacists, home health personnel and the families of residents. Those relationships are the foundation for the exceptional experiences Lake House residents continue to have.
Cheryl Moore, MS, PT
Cheryl Moore is a physical therapist, with over 30 years of experience as a therapist for home health, where she visited patients in their homes, and also worked in health care facilities. She has a master’s degree in healthcare administration. She started and operated three assisted living facilities and has more than 19 years of experience in caring for hundreds in her senior living facilities. When she found the need to place her own mother in a facility but did not find a good match for her mother’s needs, she started and operated two assisted living facilities.
Eric Moore grew up visiting facilities and learning about residents and their needs. He has a bachelor’s degree in management from Clemson University and joined the National Guard while in school. He has commanded a Medical Company here with the National Guard and was deployed overseas as well. He continues in the National Guard serving as Medical Operation Officer for the State of Florida. He assisted Cheryl in running her previous facility and he brought another family facility through a large remodel and successfully ran the facility. Eric has more than 12 years of management and leadership experience in the senior living industry.
Amanda Cadigan, LCSW
Amanda has a Masters in Social Work (MSW) from New York University and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Originally from New York, she has always worked with the geriatric population in various fields of practice. Amanda, in the past several years since living in Florida, has dedicated her career to advocating for the physical and mental well-being of the elderly population through the health care industry. She has worked with the Moore Family in their previous facilities and continues to grow with them and promoting their philosophy of a homelike environment for our aging population.
Lake House is a family-owned and operated assisted living facility. Because the owners of the property are also the operators (i.e. Administrators) of the community, there is a strong dedication and sense of compassion for the building, staff, residents and their family. Throughout their decades-long careers in assisted living, the Moore family has committed themselves to enriching the lives of their residents, in addition to addressing residents' personal care, nutrition, leisure activity, and health.
Unlike corporate-owned facilities with complicated leadership structures, the Moore family is the CEO and Vice President of the business while remaining active and involved in every aspect of care. Both Cheryl and Eric are very accessible and on-call 24/7 to be of service to any changes, concerns, comments or compliments to be made!
Our Levels of Care
At Lake House, our residents are never a liability—and we would never treat them that way. In fact, we take pride in the fact that our well-trained and caring staff provides top-notch care, regardless of the level of care needed by the resident.
We proudly maintain Extended Congregate Care licensure, which allows residents to age at home and for staff to provide a higher level of care unless the resident needs continuous nursing care that our staff and home health companies cannot supply.
Additionally, this licensure enables Lake House to assist residents needing services such as:
Maximum assist with eating
While some assisted living facilities limit the amount of care they provide residents, that doesn't happen at Lake House. That's one of the many reasons we'll never remove your loved one from our facility because of new challenges.