Scott & Michelle Lovitt, PharmD

Owners, Audubon Care Homes

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Tucked away on a neighborhood street in Metairie, Audubon Care Homes’ Dreyfous House is providing a new caliber of residential assisted living (RAL). After witnessing his grandmother’s quality of life vastly improve in a small assisted living community, Scott Lovitt, PharmD and his wife Michelle founded Audubon Care Homes. Creating a true home-like, resident-centered environment, Scott and Michelle put an end to the anxiety and guilt families experience surrounding their loved one’s care. 

“This isn’t just a business. It has a huge social impact on our community,” says Scott. 

Providing one of the most robust activity programs in the country, Dreyfous House residents are visited five days a week by either advanced movement, music, family or speech therapists. When not engaged with therapists, Audubon offers the most cutting-edge patient engagement technology — IN2L. The only small RAL to offer IN2L in the region, residents enjoy virtual experiences suited to every unique interest, including museum tours, bingo, Mass, memory care games and painting. 

This October, Audubon Care Homes is excited to open the doors to Phosphor House — its second assisted living residence in Metairie. Custom built from the ground up, Phosphor House residents will enjoy every luxury of Dreyfous House in addition to a custom landscaped outdoor space featuring walking paths, gardens, ponds and fountains. 

“Michelle and I are passionate about changing the way we take care of the seniors in our community,” says Scott. “Living in Jefferson Parish, we’re connected to our residents in one way or another and we’re dedicated to giving them the best, most individualized care.”
4713 Dreyfous Avenue, Metairie 

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