1025 Crestway Dr Athens, TN 37303 (423) 745-0608
Morning Pointe of Athens, Tennessee
Assisted Living Community
Morning Pointe of Athens is a senior living retirement community that specializes in Assisted Living. We provide a comfortable home-like environment with the benefit of having services and nursing care available when needed.
Conveniently located not far from downtown Athens, Tennessee, near Athens Regional Hospital, doctor’s offices, and Tennessee Wesleyan College, Morning Pointe of Athens is a single-level, state-of-the-art, assisted living community offering 44 spacious apartments with multiple floor plan choices.
At Morning Pointe Assisted Living, you will find a home-like environment with around-the-clock nursing care, medication management by licensed nurses, transportation to doctor appointments, delicious meals and a full life enrichment program… whatever your loved one needs, Morning Pointe Assisted Living is here serving the changing needs of seniors in the greater Athens area.
Morning Pointe of Athens can help manage the uncertainty of caring for an aging loved one, while enhancing their independence. The assisted living community promotes independent living while providing the nursing care and assistance your loved one needs.
At Morning Pointe, trained nursing and assisted living staff listen to learn the resident’s preferences and needs. Each care plan is tailored to assure dignity and enhance quality of life. Individual care plans are reviewed regularly and when necessary are coordinated with outside medical providers and physicians allowing the residents’ ever changing medical needs to be met today and in the future. Licensed nurses oversee medication management ensuring your loved one takes the correct medication at the right time
I love it here at Morning Pointe! Everyone is very friendly and they take good care of me.
– Morris Swofford, resident
Morning Pointe means safety and security to me. The staff are so caring, compassionate, attentive and helpful.
– Larry Jenkins, son of Morning Pointe resident
I absolutely love it here. Everyone is so friendly. I have made so many new friends, I love the activities and the food.
– Labelle Anderson, resident.
She had become isolated, all of her friends her age were gone; she was looking for some kind of recognition and value. She wanted to feel worthwhile. My mom is happy at Morning Pointe – she loves the caregivers. They do a wonderful job and they are like family to her.
– Emily, Morning Pointe
It became very difficult to fill the day with the caregivers at home. They didn’t have the expertise or skill to know what to do with my husband. I feel like making this change to The Lantern at Morning Pointe was the best thing I could have ever done for him. He has purpose now.
– Amy Smith, family member
I don’t have to worry about cooking, cleaning or being alone, and I feel like everyone here loves me. I know being a part of Morning Pointe assisted living eases my family’s mind because they know I am happy, safe and well cared for.
– Opal Walker, assisted living resident and ‘Mayor’ of Morning Pointe
If you don’t know it now, you will know it soon; if you don’t love someone with Alzheimer’s today, you will and these guys do it right. That is what I have to say about it. We are glad to have you in our community. We feel as though Morning Pointe does a terrific job with the full spectrum of geriatric care.
– Deanna Esslinger, Alzheimer’s Association Greater Kentucky and Southern Indiana
I love the warm and friendly feel of the community. I love the fact that Morning Pointe is pet friendly. That was a big plus in making my decision to live here. The staff is very good to me and I really can’t say enough good things about Morning Pointe.
– Dorothy Ward, resident
As part of the Life Enrichment Program, the Morning Pointe of Athens takes part in fun annual observances to make each resident feel special.read more
We took residents to Chik-fil-A for National Cow Appreciation Dayread more
The Etowah Town Band, directed by Ray Calfee, gave a pre-Independence Day performance at Morning Pointe of Athens.read more
Doug Burrell, Maintenance Director at Morning Pointe of Athens, said goodbye after more than nine years at the assisted living community.read more
Helen Dionne, volunteer, paints Morning Pointe of Athens resident Delois Gamble’s nails in the University of Tennessee colors in honor of Pat Summitt.read more
Residents at Morning Pointe of Athens donated more than 65 books to the McMinn County Jail’s adult learning program.read more
Walmart associates brought 55 Independence Day-themed planters for all of the Morning Pointe of Athens residents to enjoy.read more
Every month, Caris Hospice Volunteer Coordinator Janet Corn shares her talent for the piano with residents at Morning Pointe of Athens.read more
Vendors and local organizations greeted the public at Morning Pointe of Athens during the second annual Gospel Block Party in partnership with Greater Deliverance Ministriesread more
Pastor Jamey Davis of First Baptist Church of Decatur delivers gifts with his son Elisha at Morning Pointe of Athens.read more