It’s the season of love, and Morning Pointe of Franklin residents aren’t afraid to show it. Out of colorful cardboard and glue, the assisted living and memory care residents patched together adorable valentines to spread compassion with the congregation at Honey Creek United Methodist Church
Morning Pointe of Franklin residents and Roncalli High School students took turns eating their words while playing competitive rounds of Scrabble.
Intergenerational activities are embraced at Morning Pointe, as local colleges, schools, churches and organizations are invited to spend quality time with the residents.
The residents at Hickory Creek received warm holiday greetings from Morning Pointe of Franklin residents, as the seniors served up snowman cups with hot chocolate and marshmallows for the nursing
Morning Pointe Senior Living presented the annual corporate leadership awards to five of its assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care communities for exemplifying a unique dedication to residents and their families.
The assisted living and memory care residents bring their favorite traditions to share with their new friends at Morning Pointe as part of the community’s life enrichment and Meaningful Day programs.