As a Schonberg Care Community, our number one priority is always the safety and wellbeing 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 care is our biggest focus 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 stages of Alzheimer's and dementia 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. At The Suites at Sugar Mill Point, as with every Schonberg community throughout the South, residents can age 'with grace and in place' in a loving senior living environment that accommodates their needs at every level.
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 Schonberg
Regional Director of Operations Louisiana
Shannon Boudreaux brings extensive expertise in social work and senior care to her role as Director of Operations. She joined the Schonberg Care Team in 2007 as the Executive Director at The Suites at Sugar Mill Point Assisted Living and Memory Care Community. Shannon sharpened her senior care expertise in leadership positions at Hospice of South Louisiana where she served as both Administrator and medical social worker during her 4 year tenure. Her distinguished healthcare career also includes experience as a medical social worker for Terrebonne General Medical Center and as a social worker at Leonard J Chabert Medical Center.
Born and raised in the New Orleans area, Shannon is a 20-year resident of Houma. Shannon earned her Master of Social Work from Southern University at New Orleans in 1998, and a Bachelor of Science in Social Counseling from Our Lady of Holy Cross College in 1996. Her leadership and skills are further evidenced by her participation in such organizations as the Louisiana Assisted Living Association, the National Association of Social Workers, both the National and the Louisiana/Mississippi Hospice and Palliative Care Organizations, the Women's Business Alliance, the Professional Referral Organization, and the Senior Networking Organization. She is married to Joseph Boudreaux and has 3 children along with two step-children.
As Executive Director of The Suites at Sugar Mill Point, Amanda Champagne devotes herself to providing exceptional assisted living and memory care services to the residents she serves. She brings with her 20 years of experience as a nurse with a passion to care to care for others and support their families. Amanda started at Suites in February 2017 as a floor nurse and assumed the role as Director of Health & Wellness in September of 2017. Her love and compassion for the Senior population led her to pursue her career in the assisted living and memory care industry. She is a certified trainer who provides specialized Dementia Training to all staff at The Suites. Amanda is also an instructor for First Aid and CPR.
Amanda is married to her husband Tyson and together they have 4 beautiful children Austin, Landen, Caitlin and Braxton. Amanda’s family resides in Houma.
Paula has been employed at the Suites since June 2009. She enjoyed working in Activities until 2013 when she moved into the Administrative Assistant role. She enjoys working with the elderly and making their lives easier and more enjoyable. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family. She is a 1982 graduate of Terrebonne High School and is the mother of one son, Troy Lapeyrouse Jr.
Emma joined The Suites team in September 2019. She has always considered The Suites a home as two of her grandparents had the pleasure of living here. She was born and raised in Houma and received a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Nicholls State University. She is compassionate about caring for the elderly just as she has cared for her own family for many years. While concentrating on what dementia/Alzheimer’s residents can do, she strives to alleviate the stress of what they cannot do for themselves to both residents and their family members. The biggest accomplishment of her day is seeing smiles on residents’ faces and hearing them sing-along during music therapy.
We are committed to redefining assisted living and memory care.
We are at the forefront of our industry. We provide the expertise and vision that will advance the assisted living and memory care industry, as well as the vision and impact of our company.
We put our residents and their families first.
Everything we do is in the best interest of our residents, and we engage our residents and their families in every aspect of their care.
We appreciate and value that each resident is unique.
We respect our elders and their life stories. We aim to know each resident on a personal basis, including their histories, families, goals and dreams.
We respect our elders.
We only have team members who appreciate and respect their elders; people who understand that recognizing our residents’ life stories empowers them to provide exceptional care that is personal and meaningful.
We give our best every day of the year.
We provide our best work, care and service every day. How we do business is as important as the business we do.
We support team excellence.
Our success depends on the happiness of every team member. We maintain a work environment that motivates and rewards, and we provide our team members with the education and resources they need to succeed.
We are proud members of our community.
Our business is directly tied to the communities we serve, in which we work and live. We strive to be a good neighbor and true community resource.
We make a difference every day, at every stage of life.
We’re a family of caring, committed individuals. This is more than a job; we have a spirit to serve, and we’re honored to be there for our residents and their families through every stage of care.