Beau Provence is Mandeville’s first and only memory care exclusive senior living community, providing state-of-the-art amenities and services to residents with Alzheimer's and dementia. Beau Provence features 40 beautifully appointed private and semi-private suites, two dining areas, a therapy room, and two therapeutic gardens. A full-time Director of Health & Wellness and Activites Director ensure that our residents benefit from specially designed programs tailored to fit each individual resident's abilities and needs.
"We bring our own specialized approach to memory care assisted living by creating a truly unique environment for our residents to lead enriched and engaged lives through exceptional quality of care, amenities, and individualized programs utilizing our award-winning memory care training.
Each resident benefits from our dedication to providing individualized person-centered care. This commitment showcases the value we place in the unique qualities and needs of every person in our care, and we’re passionate about helping individuals with Alzheimer's and dementia live up to their highest potential each and every day. We strive daily to ensure that all of our residents enjoy life to the fullest as a result of individualized wellness plans, a brimming social activities calendar, and compassionate, experienced team members who ensure that help is always close by if needed.
Making the best decision regarding care for a loved one is a journey, and we understand that it can be difficult and stressful at times on you and your family. Our team is ready to talk, learn, and listen whenever you are. It would be our privilege to serve you and your loved one and welcome you into our family." - Kristie Bankston, Executive Director
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.
Kristie brings her love and dedication to seniors as well as specialized customer service experience into her role as the Executive Director at Beau Provence. Kristie started volunteering in nursing homes over 20 years ago. That’s when she fell in love with senior care. She knew she wanted to make a difference and change the perception of senior care. She developed a propensity toward seniors with cognitive impairments. That’s when her passion to work in memory care was born. She enjoys working closely with family members by providing assistance and educating them through the process of finding the perfect community that their loved one can call home. She says, “it’s a true honor to provide personalized care to our community members by enhancing their quality of life and to provide their family with peace of mind.”
Kristie loves spending time with her husband and their two sons and daughter. She also loves being with her three dogs and two cats, as well as gardening and traveling. Kristie’s warm and welcoming demeanor coupled with her dedication to resident satisfaction is a big part of what makes Beau Provence truly feel like home to residents, team members, and guests. Kristie’s compassion for seniors and her ability to assess and meet their needs make her an invaluable asset to our Beau Provence team.
Stacey Halley, LPN
Health & Wellness Director
Stacey Halley serves as the Health & Wellness Director for Beau Provence. She possesses over 21 years of experience in the nursing field, including over 15 years as a Home Health Nurse for the St. Tammany Parish community. Prior to joining the Beau Provence family, Stacey served as the Resident Care Director at another assisted living community for six years. She is skilled in all aspects of Caregiver Management, including task assignment, scheduling, hiring, training, counseling, and the development and oversight of Resident Care Plans. As a nurse, Stacey was drawn to caring for the elderly early on in her career, and she is very proud and honored to have contributed to and enhanced the quality of life for the many seniors that she has served. She truly considers her residents to be an extension of her own family, and she places great value on the special relationships she has formed with them and their loved ones.