69531 213Th ST.
DARWIN, MN 55324
22851 MN Hwy 15
Dassel, MN. 55325
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Judy Berry from Cokato MN. Named Purpose Prize Fellow. More...
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Presents Judy Berry With a 2010 Community Health Leaders Award
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Our focus on meeting the “Emotional and Spiritual” needs of our residents in addition to their physical needs is at the core of the Lakeview Ranch Culture More...
"The warmth of the environment and those who work in it is immediately obvious from the artwork to the family-style dining. At Lakeview Ranches, the approach to failing cognition transcends illness and applauds humanness". More...
Joanne Koenig Coste
Author: Learning To Speak Alzheimer's
Lakeview Ranch Inc. - Specialized Dementia Care™
Lakeview Ranch is Dedicated to Providing Quality of Life and Peace of Mind to Residents, Families and Staff Specializing in Challenging/Aggressive Behavior Management.
Lakeview Ranch Inc. was established in February 1999; in memory of Evelyn Holly for the sole purpose of developing an alternative high quality specialized model of dementia care that focuses on meeting the emotional and spiritual needs of persons with dementia in addition to physical needs. Lakeview Ranch Inc. provides a model of specialized dementia care that meets the needs of persons with dementia that are at high risk of repeated hospitalizations for the common challenging behavior that accompanies most forms of dementia. The Lakeview Ranch model of care that includes high staff ratios of specially trained staff, not only allows us to provide the highest level of quality care while maintaining the dignity and basic human rights of persons with dementia, but also is a significantly more cost effective way to manage this chronic disease in the long term.