“Let’s Go!”
Morning Pointe resident Berdena O’Neal and associate Sean Myrick can’t wait to get back to their community–Morning Pointe of Chattanooga! Both have been together as part of the Chattanooga assisted living family for over two years, and Sean, a resident assistant, even longer, since 2015. Now they are counting down the days for the big move back to their ‘home’, coming up soon in November.
Morning Pointe of Chattanooga on Shallowford Road was damaged in the F3 Easter night tornado, along with The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence. Eight months later, the Morning Pointe of Chattanooga family is only looking forward.
“The residents and staff at Shallowford always have been and always will be family,”” says Myrick.
Join us as we count down to the big moving day!
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