LENOIR CITY, Tenn. — The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Lenoir City, welcomed student clinical interns from Lenoir City High School.
Each student is required to meet eight hours of clinical training at the memory care community through the internship program in exchange for credits. The program encourages the students to pursue careers in the clinical field, as volunteering at Morning Pointe helps provide them with a hands-on training opportunity.
As part of the Meaningful Day™ program, the memory care community invites youth groups and students from area schools and organizations to participate in intergenerational activities with the seniors.
Photo: (left to right, front row) Brisa Duran, Hannah Jones, Jordon Batchelor, Kelly Wright, Macey Capooth, (back row) Sydney Padgett, Makenna Stevens, Caitlyn Thrasher, Taylor Yates, Maggie Crook, Shelby Johnson, Gracyn Bailey, Chaslyn Waldrop and Cassidy Young, new clinical interns from Lenoir City High School at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Lenoir City.