Our caregivers take the time to learn meaningful details about each resident, creating a true bonding experience. We take the time to truly understand what makes our residents light up. Trusted relationships with residents blossom into friendships. Whether it’s bringing them coffee in the morning, reading them a book, or offering a listening ear, we go to great lengths to keep our residents smiling. This philosophy of personalized care makes it easier and more enjoyable for our residents to reach the goals they set for themselves.
Director of Nursing Shaina Bourda, RN, keeps dignity and respect top-of-mind when caring for residents at The Broadway community. She brings expertise in senior care along with a positive outlook to the ever-changing healthcare industry.
As a resident’s family member once said, “Shaina, you were chosen for this job, for this position … a living angel.” All of our residents, nurses and caregivers are lucky to have her here.
Shaina brings 14 years of long-term care experience to The Broadway, helping the community earn a deficiency free survey. Prior to earning the title Director of Nursing, Shaina began as a CNA and worked her way to an LPN, then an RN, and then to Assistant Director of Nursing. She is a member of the Alzheimer’s Association and Relay for Life.
When it comes to navigating the long-term care process, Courtney Carrere is seen as a valuable resource to our residents and the surrounding community. Her passion for educating and helping others through insight and advice shines bright and acts as a guiding light for families.
Her natural ability to listen and understand others’ concerns in long-term care, then offer practical solutions, make her a perfect fit as Community Outreach/Admissions Coordinator.
After working in long-term care for nearly a decade, Courtney brings a wealth of knowledge to The Broadway community. Her experience ranges from working in respiratory medication to hospice care. She is the founder and president of the Bayou Region Alzheimer’s Association Board, spurring the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, and several caregiver support groups and educational programs for Dementia in the area.