Whether it’s an engaging conversation or having a good laugh, our caregivers bring their unique personalities to the Three Rivers community, offering residents an all-around charming experience. Because our caregivers take the time to learn meaningful details about each resident, trusted relationships are formed, creating a foundation for a better understanding of residents’ daily and long-term wants and needs. This philosophy of personalized care makes it easier, and more enjoyable, for our residents to reach the goals they set for themselves.
With a strong background in healthcare and over three decades of experience in long-term care, David Brazile continues to make a positive impact in the lives of our residents. Propelled by personal experience with family members living in long-term care, an empathetic nature, and a passion for making people happy, David has made helping seniors in need his life calling. Part of his daily mission is to ensure residents at Three Rivers live life to its fullest, while empowering staff to do the right thing.
In addition to being a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator in Arkansas, David is a licensed practical nurse, a certified dementia practitioner, and one of AHCA’s previous top-three nominees for Administrator of the Year in the state of Arkansas. Also active in the local community, David is a member of Harrisburg First Assembly of God and the Marked Tree Chamber of Commerce.
As a 20-year veteran in long-term care, Tasha Sharkey is passionate about consistently providing high quality care to residents. She gives family members of residents the assurance needed to rest easy at night knowing their loved ones are in the best care possible.
Tasha brings a wealth of knowledge and over 20 years of experience working as a nurse to Three Rivers. Her attentive, humble, and fair nature makes Tasha a valuable asset to our team. During a short stint working at a hospital, she realized her passion and calling is in long-term care and has been deemed the “pulse of the clinical team.”
Brittney Ward, LPN, has a knack for building trusted relationships with residents, their families and other staff, helping to establish a family-oriented environment at Three Rivers. She’s often told, “Everything she does, she does with passion and purpose, giving 100 percent.”
From personal experience with her grandmother and her time in nursing school to today, long-term care has always held a special place in Brittney’s heart. As the co-chair for the 2017 Walk to End Alzheimer’s, she is also passionate about actively helping to find a cure for the disease.
Brittney brings nearly a decade of long-term care experience to our Three Rivers community, including being a Charge Nurse for several years. She’s served as an Alzheimer’s Support Group Facilitator, Rotary Secretary, and a cheerleader and softball coach.