CLINTON, Tenn. – Morning Pointe of Clinton, in partnership with East Tennessee Personal Care Service, welcomed Kerry Howland, former University of Tennessee Lady Vols academic advisor.
For 27 years, Howland has built strong friendships with many coaches and staff members at the university – including Pat Summitt. Howland shared her journey through her friendship with Summitt, leaving the audience at the assisted living community with the words, “We will find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.” Today, she works with ETPCS to promote Alzheimer’s awareness.
As part of the life enrichment program, Morning Pointe invites special guests and community partners to engage and speak with the residents about their support for memory care resources for seniors, caregivers and families.
Photo: LuAnn Hanchett, life enrichment director at Morning Pointe of Clinton, presents a flower arrangement to Kerry Howland, former University of Tennessee Lady Vols academic advisor, who visited the assisted living and memory care community.