One month after a devastating tornado forced the shutdown of two Morning Pointe Senior Living communities in Chattanooga, associates and families of The Lantern Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence on Shallowford Rd. are continuing to support each other. The leadership team is planning a virtual support group as they work to stay in touch and help each other following the tornado, and in the middle of COVID-19.
Thank you Hamilton County for the outpouring of donations for our residents and associates following the Easter night tornado that hit Morning Pointe of Chattanooga and The Lantern Alzheimer’s communities.
“I’m thankful there was another Morning Pointe that I could come to.” Safe and settled now in her new apartment at Morning Pointe of East Hamilton, 82-year-old Rena Miller talks about that frightening Easter night when a tornado forced her and the rest of her neighbors to flee their home at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga.