Courtney Lavander

Courtney Lavander

Care Manager

Licensed Nursing Home and Assisted Living Administrator
Certified Care Manager
Certified Dementia Practitioner

“Helping families care for their loved one is my passion. I’ve been in your shoes. When my family and I were caring for my father, we had to make difficult decisions at a very stressful and emotional period in our lives. Having someone help us when we did not know where to turn or what to do was a relief to my family – a much needed breath of fresh air. My personal and professional experiences in health care afford me the opportunity to provide you with the support that you and your family deserve.”

Courtney Lavander is a licensed Nursing Home and Assisted Living Administrator. She has over 15 years of experience as an Administrator/Executive Director operating and managing Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Communities.

Courtney specializes in helping families determine what steps to take when they are faced with challenges and decisions that arise when a family member requires additional care. She helps families evaluate and understand their current and future needs and offers experienced advice to family members making these important life decisions.

Courtney helps to identify the right path for the family and their loved one. She assists them in identifying, implementing and monitoring the appropriate plan of care whether the individual remains at home or transitions into an assisted living and/or skilled nursing  community.

Because of her years of experience managing and operating senior care facilities, Courtney is able to help families navigate new care environments and assist with educating families about the rules, regulations and expectations regarding the care their loved one requires.

She has a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Science degree in Gerontology from the University of Southern California. She is a Certified Dementia Care Practitioner, Certified Care Manager and an Advance Professional member of the Aging Life Care Association.