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Lakeview Assisted Living
Lakeview Assisted Living overlooks beautiful Bay De Noc in Gladstone, MI. We have a highly trained staff providing 24 hour personal care. All apartments have emergency nurse call systems. We provide three home cooked meals per day along with fresh baked cookies. We have a beauty/barber shop and two in-house libraries. The facility has in-floor heating to insure our resident’s feet are always warm. It also has air conditioning for those hot summer days. We are proud to be one of the only state licensed assisted living homes in the area.
Our residents enjoy the field stone fireplace that climbs 27 feet to the cathedral ceiling. All rooms have access to cable television, telephone, and internet. The home was designed to insure a home-like atmosphere. Family members of our residents are encouraged to join their loved ones for dinner. The dining room overlooks Little Bay De Noc. We also offer apartments with kitchenettes. Couples are welcome.
About the Administrator
Daryl Miron owned and operated his first adult foster care home in 1993, and has owned two others since that time. In 2004, Lakeview expanded into a new 20 unit facility, and in 2009, expanded to the current 35 units.
Daryl has been providing adult foster care in his home for over ten years. It has been a dream of his for many years to see Lakeview Assisted Living come to fruition:
“I felt strongly about having the home built in Gladstone . I really enjoy living in this community and wanted to continue our growth in the community that has supported us for many years. We understand that moving out of the home in which you’ve lived and raised your family is very difficult. I do the very best to welcome all our residents and give them care and love as if they were our own Parents or Grandparents. We are a family owned business that provides care like only a family can. I was born and raised in Delta County.”
Daryl is a veteran of the Persian Gulf War and was a Delta County Commissioner from 1998 to 2002.
You can find Daryl walking and talking among the residents, making them all feel welcome in their home. You can also contact Daryl at firstname.lastname@example.org