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Lakeview Breaks Ground on New 24-Bed Unit
"Puckett Place" is officially under construction after a recent groundbreaking ceremony where Jody Knox, CEO made the announcement. Mayor Dale Janway, along with several Board members and community-wide supporters were also present at the ceremony. The new addition will be located at 1905 W Pierce St and replace a portion of the old Memorial Hospital that was acquired by Lakeview many years ago. Puckett Place is the second of four new pods that will eventually be built at the Northgate location, providing a home-like atmosphere to the residents. A local non-profit organization provided the majority of funds making this project possible. We continue to be grateful to the Carlsbad community for their ongoing support of our organization and the commitment to our Senior community.
HAS BEEN A BIG SUCCESS!
Thank you Carlsbad!
National Day of Giving encourages giving back. It takes place the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.
After we’ve spent the weekend shopping and looking for the best deals possible, this day reminds us to give to those less fortunate. Whether we look to our favorite causes or charities, it’s a great reminder to lift others up during a generous time of year. On the Tuesday after Thanksgiving charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give.
GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world.
Lakeview Christian Homes encourages our family of volunteers and loved ones to think of our seniors during #GivingTuesday. We are asking for support for our new project, Puckett Place.
Puckett Place, currently under construction, is our second long-term Skilled Nursing facility providing 24 beautifully furnished rooms for our residents. This year, we are raising funding for the furnishings through our #GivingTuesday and year-end appeal. We are creating a beautiful, resident-centered environment for those who will be living in Puckett Place. We will be providing the finest, most convenient, and attractive home surroundings in which our residents could possibly live.
Lakeview Assumes Management of Landsun Homes
Lakeview Christian Home is excited to announce we have assumed management and operations of Landsun Homes. Landsun will operate under the new banner of Lakeview Christian home effective February 16th.
Over the years the organizations have shared a common mission and ministry of providing quality Christian care to our Carlsbad population. Both facilities were started in the 1960's and provide a complement of services, including nursing, assisted and independent living. Both entities are blessed with dedicated and caring staff.
The combining of these two premier facilities will ensure that our resources are used wisely and efficiently and together we can continue to care for our residents and provide a safe and stable work environment for our valuable staff.
We thank God every day for our wonderful donor, "God's Light in the Darkness", who contributed $4 Million for the construction of this lovely 24-room wing. Every gift is a blessing. And we thank you, for your generous donation to help provide the beautiful furnishings for this new facility.
Providing every level of Senior care and every level of Independent living in a loving Christian environment for 60 years.
"My dad was surrounded by an amazing staff that cared for him. He loved it at Lakeview! When we visited, he raved about his friends on staff. I had never heard such positive things about any other nursing home. This was truly the best place for him."
"Thank you for enriching my mother's life with prayer and song. Thank you for spending valuable time with her and demonstrating that her life mattered. Your caring presence contributed to her comfort and peace as it did to mine." ~Lisa B
"Don't ever try to second guess God! My 93-year old mother is a living miracle. After a terrible fall in May, she went home from the hospital on a local hospice service. After a couple of months on 24-hr care, she was taken off her medication and my mom started to come back. We moved her to Heaton House at Lakeview in July because she was not capable of caring for herself. After three months of care there, she was able to move into Assisted Living. She loves her apartment and tells me every day 'I can finally start living again'. Thank you, Lakeview, for your love and support!" ~Sandy Gruber