During February, Morning Pointe Senior Living campuses across the Southeast will celebrate the theme Wrap Our Buildings in Love in honor of Valentine’s.
On Jan. 23, The Lantern at Morning Pointe of Russell, an Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, welcomed its first class of registered nursing students from Ashland Community and Technical College since before the pandemic.
The Morning Pointe Foundation, with guest speaker Cheryl Blanchard, LMSW, CCM, recently presented a virtual seminar on the difference between normal aging effects on the brain and dementia.
National Activity Professionals Week is Jan. 23-27, and Morning Pointe Senior Living is honoring its activity professionals throughout the company and the Chattanooga area.
Morning Pointe Senior Living recently named Dwayne Butler as its new director of dining operations.
On Jan. 24, the Morning Pointe Foundation will stream a free webinar on the differences between dementia and normal aging.
Morning Pointe Senior Living surpassed the goal for its 25th anniversary volunteer campaign, 25,000 Touches, with almost 30,000 volunteer interactions.
The Morning Pointe Foundation’s Seniors Got Talent showcases have set a banner year in 2022, with several firsts and a record amount of money raised.
During January, Morning Pointe Senior Living campuses across the Southeast will celebrate the theme Happy About Hobbies as a way to invite community involvement in engaging residents with popular pastimes.
Morning Pointe Senior Living communities throughout the Southeast will travel virtually to some of America’s most unique locations during 2023.