Q4 2020 C.A.R.E. Award Winners

Lakeland Care continues to recognize outstanding providers through the C.A.R.E. (Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Enrichment) Award. The C.A.R.E. Award is a way for our care teams to recognize the outstanding service of our providers and individual caregivers. Each quarter an internal Lakeland Care committee chooses three providers/caregivers from all care team submissions and the committee utilizes the C.A.R.E. principles to honor the recognized providers.


Fountainhead; Dan P.
“Dan truly goes above and beyond to support our member. Dan has taken an empathetic and member centered approach while also making a difference
in our members life. We appreciate your attitude of ‘never give up’. You and Fountainhead have paired together with LCI to brainstorm and put together
a creative and comprehensive plan for a very challenging situation. LCI is very honored to work with you and have you on our team. We look forward to
continuing working with you now and in the future for other members as well. Thank you for making a difference.”  -Nominated by: Mindy L.



Thoughts, LLC; Lance A.
Since taking over a difficult case, Lance and his team have gone above and beyond to develop a rapport with our member and to assist the member and their care team with finding an alternative living arrangement. Lance didn’t stop there; he also made sure that all the members belongings got safely to their new home and helped them settle in. Lance continues to show that he will always provide exceptional care and will always put the members best interest first no matter what difficult circumstances are presented. Thank you for being exceptional and for all the work you do daily with each member you service, from your Daily Living Skill program to your Supportive Home Care Program. -Nominated by: Ali N.




Lakes Mobility Services, LLC; Scott H.
Scott not only agreed to do a couple transports (that were not only a distance away, but very short notice) to assist our member in getting to her pre-op and surgery appointments. The family noted that when they arrived at the hospital, you had taken your time to check her in to her appointment, sit with her, and wait while the appointment and coordination of care took a lot longer than what was expected. Your kindness and compassion spoke volumes to the member, the member’s family, and her care team. -Nominated by Megan W.