About Us

Manchester Care Homes and Cambridge Caregivers are following the CDC guidelines and keeping up with changes on a daily basis.  Our goal is to keep the residents and staff healthy by asking them to limit their exposure, respect social distance requirements, sanitize hands frequently and continually wipe down surfaces, particularly heavy traffic areas.  Our Director of Nursing is providing updated education and information daily to our caregivers. 

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Boutique Assisted Living
Offering personalized care in a residential setting. 4 locations in Dallas, including North Dallas, Northwood Hills, Preston Hollow and White Rock/Casa Linda.
In-Home Care For Seniors
Customized caregiving engagements to fit your needs and lifestyle. Our carefully selected and fully screened caregivers are all W-2 employees (not contractors!)

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Joyce Logan
04:31 01 Dec 18
Manchester Care Homes provides a uniquely excellent living environment for seniors. All 4 homes are custom/purpose built. Their caregivers are CNAs and are full-time employees. The home-like setting makes a much nicer, non-institutional environment for seniors to age in place.Manchester is family owned and operated that takes such care and pride in assuring that their business is run to the highest stands.With the low resident to caregiver ratios and locally based, hands-on owners/management, Manchester is able to offer a level of care that is second to none.I know when I refer clients that they will get excellent care and treated like family. It’s also comforting to know that I will get prompt responses and answers from employee Brian Levy. He makes it easy to work with Manchester Place.Joyce Logan from Ruby Care Senior Living Advisorsread more
toni groselle
Toni Groselle
23:19 12 Sep 18
Great option for Seniors and their loved ones. Beautiful homes with experienced staff. They go above and beyond for each resident.read more
sam osteen
SAM OSTEEN
02:17 06 Jun 17
I moved my 100 year old mother in law to Manchester Place 6 months ago from her own home. She enjoys the company of the other 7 residents. The small group home is good for her hearing problem. The staff is very patient and attentive with her dementia.read more
mark newcomer
mark newcomer
14:38 28 Mar 17
I’m so glad that I found a home for my mother that provides such wonderful individualized care. The staff is great and very responsive. The environment is calming and I am so relieved to know that all of her needs are being addressed.read more
matt prescott
Matt Prescott
18:09 05 Oct 16
My family had a great experience at Manchester Place with not 1, but 2 of my grandmothers. Both my mom’s mother and father’s mother lived in different Manchester Place homes. The personalized care they received is unparalleled to any other facility we tried before we were able to get them in to Manchester Place. In fact, my mother still keeps in touch with many of the staff there as the family developed strong bonds with the exceptional people taking care of our loved ones. There were many activities, family events, & holiday celebrations. The staff always made sure the residents were in the best of spirits. Management is fantastic at Manchester. I personally visited my grandmothers on many occasions, often weekly. I noticed the ownership is engaged and cares about its residents. I also noticed management is always teaching their employees and making them better caretakers for the residents. This always let me know my grandmothers were in the right place. The homes are beautiful and updated with amenities to accommodate the elderly. I know I would be very lucky myself to live in a Manchester Place home when the time comes.read more
ann kibler
Ann Kibler
21:13 20 Sep 16
Manchester Place took exceptional care of my Mother for over 6 years until her passing. They are all caring, loving and very dedicated to their mission. Also, they serve nutritious, delicious meals prepared fresh daily. I am so thankful to have found them and for my Mother to have been taken care of by such a compassionate group of fine people whom I now consider as part of my extended family.read more
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Brian Levy
19:10 02 Sep 16
My grandmother lived at Manchester Place for more than four years. During that time, I always felt that she was safe and secure, and that she felt at home. She was cared for with loving attention by skilled and knowledgeable caregivers who ultimately became like family to all of us. Caring for an elderly person is customized depending on their needs and challenging depending on their temperament. Manchester surpassed our expectations across the boards! I would recommend them without hesitation.read more
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Our Team

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Brian Levy

Chief Relationship Officer
(972) 423-3600
[email protected]

Brian Levy is the Chief Relationship Officer Cambridge Caregivers and Manchester Care Homes. A “people person” to the extreme, Brian loves to meet new people and extoll the virtues of Cambridge Caregivers. From doctors to social workers, medical assistants and CEOs, Brian gets the good word out about Cambridge with the people who continue to make repeat referrals to our company. Brian especially enjoys the opportunity he gets to visit with our clients and their families to determine how Cambridge might best assist them and oversee the relationship. Brian is also the host of the Manchester Living Podcast, helping families navigate the complex maze of elder care. Brian holds a degree in Psychology from Menlo College. He lives in Dallas with his wife and their dog DASH. Brian has twin teenage boys who he enjoys the great outdoors with hunting, fishing and golfing.

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Sandi Levy, RN, BSed, CDP

Director of Nursing
(214) 929-0114
[email protected]

Sandi Levy, RN, BSed, CDP is the Director of Nursing for Manchester Care Homes. Sandi graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education in 1987. She graduated from nursing school in 1993 and has been a practicing RN at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for the past 15 years. Sandi has worked in a variety of settings including pediatric orthopedics, neurology, developmental disabilities and overall nursing education.
Sandi thoroughly enjoys being a part Manchester’s medical team and enjoys working with the caregivers,  the residents and their families.
While working on her MSN, much of her time is spent conducting research and writing papers for school.
Sandi has three grown children whom she loves spending time with. Sandi is passionate about health and wellness and starts every day with either barre or yoga.
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Melody Berryhill

Accounting Manager
(972) 423-3600
[email protected]

Melody Berryhill is the Office/Accounting Manager for Manchester Care Homes and Cambridge Caregivers. Melody attended East Texas State University-Commerce where she majored in business which was shortly followed by a stint in the Middle East as a civilian contractor for a peace-keeping mission in the Sinai Desert where she met her husband, Michael. They have two children and three grandchildren with whom Melody loves spending time.

Melody is a loyal and dedicated member of both the Manchester and Cambridge families bringing 40 years of office management and accounting background. “I feel blessed everyday to go to work and have the opportunity to help other families in times of change.”

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Tammy Hooker

Human Resources
(469) 464-6479
[email protected]

Tammy Hooker is the Employee Relations and Development Manager for Manchester Care Homes and Cambridge Caregivers. That’s the long way of saying she is here to listen, support and care for the team that cares for our clients. She brings over 26 years of experience in organizational development, employee relations, and retention strategy in service to our outstanding caregiver team. Active in her local community, and a dedicated education advocate, she is a board member of the Top Achievers Foundation in Plano, Texas and Host of Plano Podcast. Her free time is spent enjoying time outdoors with her husband Gary, teenage daughter Gigi and chasing after her two dogs Salvador Doggi and Bandit Moon.
 
She holds a BSBA Human Resources from the University of Arkansas.
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Ariella Stromberg

Operations and Communications Specialist
(972) 742-0502
[email protected]

Ariella Stromberg is an admin and receptionist at Manchester Living. She loves meeting new people, serving others, and creating a warm and welcoming environment for all. Ariella has worked in a variety of settings from local government and think tanks to startups and multi-national corporations. At every experience, Ariella brings her can-do attitude in addition to strong organization and communication skills.

Having studied International Relations and Arabic at the University of Texas at Austin, Ariella loves learning about other cultures. In her free time, she likes experimenting with Tik Tok recipes, painting her nails, and listening to podcasts about pop culture or national security.

Barb is an admin and receptionist for Manchester Living. She loves being the greeter of the corporate office and welcomes everyone who walks through the door. Barb grew up in Pittsburgh, PA and graduated from Washington and Jefferson College. When she and her husband moved to Dallas – they were planning on staying for two years. But as their two children went through school, they all became part of a great community. Barb is passionate about politics, the environment and walking and believes that every person can make a difference.

Having studied International Relations and Arabic at the University of Texas at Austin, Ariella loves learning about other cultures. In her free time, she likes experimenting with Tik Tok recipes, painting her nails, and listening to podcasts about pop culture or national security.

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Addison Wootton

Controller
‭(469) 571-1098‬
[email protected]

Addison Wootton serves as the Controller for Manchester Living. Addison appreciates that as the main steward of our finances, he has an obligation to see that our money is spent wisely, and he has a deep seated belief that every dollar we receive should translate into better quality of care for our clients and better quality of living for our hard working staff. Addison, who graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas with a BS and MS in Accounting and Information Systems, has spent more than a decade in accounting and finance. When he’s not busy crunching numbers, Addison can be found hunting, fishing or playing music with his wife and two young children.
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Adam Lampert

CEO/Partner
(972) 423-3600
[email protected]

As Chief Steward of Manchester Care Homes, Adam recognizes that happy residents and happy employees go hand in hand …. sometimes literally! Adam is committed to ensuring that our residents thrive and our employees prosper by treating all of our residents, employees, management, and families with respect and understanding.
 
Adam has spent his business career as an advisor, operator, investor, and board member, and is committed to serving his community, both as a business owner/operator and as a volunteer. Adam has served on several corporate and civic boards, including his role as past President of the American Jewish Committee (AJC) in North Texas. For many years, Adam has worked to enrich the lives of children and their families living in Vickery Meadow, one of the most impoverished areas in Dallas, through his work with Dallas ISD and Jill Stone Elementary.
 
Adam received his BA and BBA degrees from the University of Texas at Austin, and his MBA degree from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. When not working in Dallas, Adam enjoys spending free time with his wife and three children riding motorbikes, hiking trails and clearing brush on their property in the beautiful Texas Hill Country.
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Regina Sutton

Scheduling Manager
(972) 423-3600
[email protected]

Regina is a Scheduler for Cambridge Caregivers. For the past six years, Regina has been dedicated to the senior care industry. Where she first started as a caregiver. It’s a field that Regina is truly passionate about, she believes in providing compassionate support and improving the lives of our elderly community.

Outside of work Regina enjoys spending time with her family, golfing, watching Alabama football and trying out new restaurants.

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Asia McCants

Human Resources Talent Acquisition and Engagement Specialist
(972) 423-3600‬
[email protected]

Asia McCants is the Talent Acquisition and Engagement Specialist at Cambridge Caregivers. She has spent the past 5 years working in the HR department creating a positive environment for employees and executives. At a young age, Asia’s mother instilled the importance of a having a relationship with Jesus and that he is the only source for a meaningful life.

Outside of work she enjoys watching Alabama football, cooking, and spending time with family. Football is huge in her family, the excitement from the tailgates and touchdowns to the nervousness of a close game. She is a huge advocate for her community and a positive influence for young girls. Giving back is better than receiving so Asia truly lives by (Joy) Jesus, others, and you!

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Dana Stokes

HR Program Manager, Cambridge Caregivers
‭‭(972) 423-3600‬
[email protected]

Dana Stokes is a dedicated Human Resources professional with over a decade of experience. She has a proven track record in the areas of Employee Relations, Compliance, Benefits, HRIS, Onboarding and Recruiting. Dana also has an extensive background as an Auditor in the public and private sectors.

She has a result driven mindset and is passionate about implementing processes that improve business as well as fostering diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Her excellent communication skills and enthusiasm for connecting with people coupled with her approachable demeanor make her a trusted resource. Don’t Be the Same, Be Better is a daily mantra that continues to drive her decisions.

In her spare time, Dana enjoys traveling, volunteer work, yoga and spending time with her family.

As Chief Operating Officer, Ernie is responsible for overseeing the management and daily operations of Manchester Care Homes and Cambridge Caregivers. His 30+ years of leadership experience have taught him that when people are treated well in the workplace, it’s not just good for them, but it’s good for business and good for the world. Ernie is passionate about the skilled and compassionate care that our amazing caregivers offer our clients and is committed to serving our clients and our employees and leading the growth of the company so we are able to serve more clients and families. Ernie has a bachelor’s and MBA from Baylor University and sits on the board of several companies. In addition to being a big brother for 25(!) years, and a court appointed special advocate (CASA) volunteer for at-risk children, Ernie is an extremely proud dad of two girls; Zoe a Junior at UCLA, and Foster, a Sophomore at Berkeley. His ‘third daughter’ is an adorable obedience school dropout named Stitch. When not bragging about one of his girls, he loves yoga (he’s a certified instructor), kickball, reading, and volunteering at The Resource Center food bank.

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