As a Schonberg Care Assisted Living and Memory 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 level of care is our main concern, day in and day out.
Our senior living community operates within the exclusive “Schonberg Neighborhood Concept,” which focuses on grouping residents with shared needs and abilities. We have found this to be highly successful in further enhancing specialized care capabilities and stimulating social activity and interaction. Residents that require only minimal assistance with day-to-day life are able to enjoy a fulfilling dual sense of independence and support, living comfortably in a home-like environment. Other residents requiring more specialized care for varying levels of Alzheimer's and dementia are provided with higher levels of assistance and security. No matter what the unique situation, our families enjoy peace of mind knowing that their loved ones are receiving the perfect level of care to accommodate their needs.
"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, Owner/Operator
As the executive director of Marchbanks Assisted Living & Memory Care, Scott oversees all community operations to ensure that residents receive the highest quality of care possible. Scott possesses more than 20 years of experience in Healthcare Management. He began his career in the healthcare industry as a certified Nursing Assistant, working his way up into management roles that have included business office management, corporate education, and serving as the Executive Director of an assisted living community in Greenville, SC for several years. Scott has played an instrumental role in improving senior care through his design and development of healthcare programs that include one of South Carolina’s largest nurse aide programs. In addition to his wealth of management experience in the assisted living industry, Scott is also a licensed Nursing Home Administrator with a dual license in Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living, as well as being a Certified Dementia Practitioner. Scott earned both his Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Design and his Master’s Degree in Human Resources from Clemson University. He has been married to his wife Shannon for almost 22 years, and they live together in Powdersville with their three children: Jackson (18), Cameron (15), and Abi (9). Scott’s unmatched passion for caring for seniors and providing them with the highest quality of lifestyle and care possible make him the ideal leader for our Marchbanks family!
“The way I judge the success of Marchbanks is by asking myself this simple question: If this resident were my own mother or father, would I feel that their every need and happiness was being met every day?”