Morning Pointe Senior Living recently donated a ten-passenger van to Skyuka Hall, an alternative learning community in the greater Chattanooga area, to provide the school with transportation after their current bus was vandalized and the catalytic converter was stolen.
Recently, residents at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford gathered together for a project to benefit young patients of the Children’s Hospital at Erlanger: a beautiful patchwork blanket!
Sixth Annual Morning Pointe Foundation Golf Tournament Raises Over $60,000 For Scholarships, Caregiver Support Programs
The 6th Annual Morning Pointe Foundation Mastering Memory Care Golf Tournament was held this week at the Lookout Mountain Club, raising over $60,000 toward support for the Foundation’s mission of providing nursing scholarships to community colleges and caregiver support programs for aging seniors.
Neurologist Dr. Matthew Kodsi Draws Large Crowd Online For Morning Pointe Foundation Virtual Alzheimer’s Seminar
The Morning Pointe Foundation would like to thank Dr. Matthew Kodsi, Neurologist with CHI Memorial Hospital, for leading the virtual Caregiver Café seminar, “Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia” on Tuesday, April 20.
Morning Pointe Senior Living is marking the one year anniversary of the Easter 2020 tornado with a special gratitude ceremony thanking the first responders and community partners who helped them through the recovery process.
Morning Pointe Senior Living Awards Chattanooga Lead Nurse Robbin Darden With Regional Exceeding Expectation Award
Robbin Darden, RN, lead nurse at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Chattanooga, has received the Morning Pointe Senior Living Exceeding Expectations award for outstanding service for the Appalachian Region, covering 13 Morning Pointe communities in southeast Tennessee and Georgia.