Dave brings 20 years of executive director and management experience to A Brand New Day. He has a Master's Degree in Organizational Management and Bachelor's in Psychology and is a member of the Board of Directors of
the Redding Area Assisted Living Association. Dave excels at building relationships with our residents, their families and healthcare professionals. His proven record of increasing satisfaction within our community will give you the confidence that you have made the best possible choice to give a Brand New Day to your loved one.
Mary brings fiscal, marketing and operational skills to maximize the resources available to our residents and staff. Mary sets the vision for A Brand New Day. She creates and maintains the highest quality standards for resident care and staffing. Her extensive network in the community, including membership in the Older Adult Policy Council of Shasta County and Redding Area Assisted Living Association helps to attract local support for the benefit of A Brand New Day.
Dr. Arlen Burger has been active in the elder care field for many years. With a Ph.D. in psychology, he has designed the resident enrichment programs ensuring they are fully engaged and maximizing their quality of life. He is available as a support resource to families struggling with the decision to move their loved one, as well as families who are adjusting to the transition to assisted living.
Locally Owned and Operated
A Brand New Day is locally owned and operated by Mary and Arlen Burger. Why is that important? We are actively involved in the operations and are readily accessable to meet the needs of our residents and staff. We listen to your concerns and make things right, unlike remote corporate operators who put the profit motive above all else. We understand that our caregivers make a big difference in the quality of care your loved one receives. We invest in caregiver training to teach the skills and appreciation programs provide the motivation to deliver world class care.
Our Gable House is designed for those who have mild cognitive impairment, dementia or are in the early stages of Alzheimer's Disease. Our Hepburn House features care for those who need additional assisted living support. The Tracy House supports men and women who are in the advanced stages of dementia and Alzheimer's Disease.