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Notre Dame du Lac Assisted Living Community

Our mission remains deeply committed to that of Saint Julie Billiart, founder of the order of Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. Notre Dame du Lac feels like a true home filled with friends, comfort, safety and love, thanks to the caring staff, lush grounds, unique and tastefully designed apartments, exceptional cuisine, and wide array of social activities.


Find answers to frequently asked questions about du Lac Assisted Living.

There is a large array of amenities included. Please view our Services & Amenities page for more details.

At du Lac Assisted Living, we are able to provide two levels of care within our community. We offer Traditional Assisted Living apartments as well as our Harmony Memory Care Neighborhood. Additionally, we are on the same campus as Notre Dame Long Term Care and Rehabilitation Center which has its own Harmony Village. This allows our residents to utilize multiple levels of care without having to leave the Notre Dame Health Care family.

If someone is hospitalized, their apartment is still their personal living space.  After 14 days, a meal credit starts to apply to their account.

Yes, depending on apartment availability.

Please view our Overview page for more details about du Lac’s community life, and browse the Photo Galleries to get more of a feel for the the services and amenities, apartments and resident activities.

Availability is always changing. For the most accurate information, please contact the Director of Admissions and Marketing for du Lac Assisted Living Residence at (508) 852-5800 x2105.


We pride ourselves on our communication with families. We connect with family members via phone, email, and mailings. You can also find updates in our For Residents & Families area, and on our very active Facebook page, so check those often to stay up to date with what is going on throughout the organization, and keep an eye out for photos of your loved one taking part in our numerous activities.

Every resident is assigned a mailbox when they move in. USPS delivers mail here 6 days a week (excluding holidays). Residents can then retrieve their mail from their assigned mailbox. Additionally, any packages that arrive for residents are delivered to their room.

The best to answer this is to look at it as though you are moving into your own apartment in the community. You would be responsible for all furnishings, paper goods, toiletries, décor, etc.

No. Notre Dame du Lac welcomes all individuals regardless of religion, race, sexual orientation, or gender.

When you contact us, the types of questions we’ll ask you are:

  • Tell me about what your loved one’s daily routine looks like
  • Are they currently receiving any services in their home? If so, what are they and how frequently?
  • Where are they currently living?
  • What is their memory like? Are there any issues with short-term or long-term memory?
  • Do they use any type of assistive device for ambulation, such as a walker, wheelchair, cane, or motorized wheelchair?
  • Are they currently using insulin or any sliding scale medications?
  • Are they able to make their needs known?
  • Tell us more about them (age, marital status, etc.)
  • Do they have any dietary restrictions or allergies that we should be aware of?
  • What activities do they enjoy doing? What things are important to them?
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