As a Schonberg Care Assisted Living Community, our number one priority is always the safety and well being of each of our residents. If you talk to one of our residents or their loved ones, they'll be the first to tell you that our emphasis on individualized quality of care is what matters most to them, and that exceptional level of care is our biggest concern day in and day out.
We operate within the exclusive "Schonberg Neighborhood Concept,” which focuses on grouping residents with shared needs and abilities, as we have found this to be highly successful in further enhancing specialized care and stimulating social activity and interaction. Residents that require minimal assistance are able to enjoy a fulfilling sense of independence without the daily stress of running a household, while residents that are experiencing varying levels of memory impairment are provided higher levels of assistance and security. No matter what level of care is needed, our residents and their families enjoy the peace of mind in knowing that their loved ones are receiving exactly what they need.
The Schonberg Philosophy
Words We Live By
"Several times each day, we answer the question, 'Is this in the best interest of each of our residents?' If the answer is yes, then we can't go wrong. This simple operating philosophy is the secret to our continued success."
David C. Schonberg
Chief Executive Officer
Following his extensive pursuit of the gold standard in senior care, South Louisiana native David Schonberg and a team of local investors, architects, and contractors broke ground on Schonberg Care’s first development, The Suites at Sugar Mill Point, in Houma, Louisiana in January 2001. David's background in healthcare and assisted living administration, combined with years of education, research, and planning, have yielded the finest level of senior care available in each of our fourteen Schonberg Care communities. Schonberg Care's trademark “neighborhood” concept for varying levels of need-based care represents the highest standard of assisted living and future growth in the industry.
As part of our commitment to the communities we live in, David embraces numerous volunteer and community leadership opportunities. Since 2016 he has served as a board member for the Trinity Episcopal School, acting as Chairman of the Building and Grounds Committee since 2017. He has also been an active member of the Young Presidents’ Organization since 2013, including two years as Membership Chairman and one year as Family & Spouse Chairman. David also offers his development experience and skills to the Louisiana Children’s Museum where he has served on the Board since 2016; he is an integral member of the Construction Oversite Committee. Perhaps most important, David also coaches his kids’ soccer teams in the Carrollton Children’s Soccer League.
LSW, Executive Director, Alden Pointe
In December of 2004, Kathy brought her passion for caring for the elderly to Alden Pointe when she became the community’s executive director. As a licensed social worker, Kathy has more than 25 years of experience meeting the needs of the geriatric population, including past experience at nursing homes, home and community-based service programs, and as Director of Emergency Welfare Services. A Hattiesburg, MS native, Kathy received her B.S. degree from the University of Southern Mississippi. She is also an active member of Forrest General Hospital’s Community Advisory Board. Kathy is dedicated and committed to the individuals she serves at Alden Pointe, and she takes a personal interest in all of her residents. Simply put, Kathy runs Alden Pointe the same way she would if her own parents lived here, putting the residents’ safety and well-being first, and providing excellent care on a daily basis no matter what the situation. Kathy and her husband Ricky, who is the director of nursing for Alden Pointe, have been married for 33 years and have two children, both of whom are pursuing degrees in nursing.
"At Alden Pointe, we are one big family. We take great pride in providing personalized, compassionate, and loving care to each resident. Our passion is driven by the opportunity to make a difference in the later stages of someone’s life."