Traditions of Athens provides a high quality, home-like environment for our residents. We celebrated the Grand Opening of Independent Senior Living in November. This adds a new option to our Athens community that turns to us for Assisted Living. The wonderful Limestone County Chamber of Commerce helped celebrate Traditions of Athens’ Assisted Living Grand Opening with an official ribbon cutting. Ms. Virginia McLemore, Traditions’ first resident, helped do the honors.
Traditions of Athens provides a high quality, home-like environment for older adults who require some level of assistance. Every resident at Traditions finds a unique mix of security, independence, privacy, companionship, and physical and social well-being.
The Traditions Difference is demonstrated by the relationships we build and maintain with our residents, their families, our staff and the local community.
The assisted living community at Traditions of Athens supports residents’ interests with a calendar filled with a variety of programs. Our highly-qualified care team provides the extra care our residents need by monitoring their health care in conjunction with their physician and helping them perform daily tasks.
Families will find peace of mind by knowing that their family members are well taken care of and enjoying life.
We recognize that everyone has unique needs and preferences. We also understand that many families simply cannot afford the cost of residency plus add-on charges. That’s why our rates are very simple and straightforward for residents requiring low-, mid-, or high-level assistance.
Traditions of Athens offers monthly rental apartments with no buy-in fee!
The rates include all levels of care. There are no hidden fees or surprise costs.
Studio, one, and two bedroom suites available.
At Traditions of Athens, our staff is on-site 24 hours a day to provide residents with:
Dana’s passion for seniors began long ago on her grandparent’s farm. They were her favorite people in the world, even though they insisted she spend a large part of her summers working in the garden! Those hours under the oak tree listening to her grandfather spin yarns as they worked are now some of her most treasured memories. As they aged, she became their advocate and caretaker and wondered about those seniors who may need more help than they could get at home. Now, Dana is happiest when surrounded by seniors and insuring that they are loved, well-cared for and always have a voice!
Sarah Inman was born and raised in Old Hickory, TN, just outside Nashville. She developed a passion for caregiving at a young age by helping her mother care for her specially abled younger sister. After graduating from Sewanee: The University of the South in 2015, she relocated to Ardmore, AL where she enjoys kayaking, fishing, gardening, and playing with her two rescue dogs.
As Program Director, Sarah is ecstatic to begin improving the lives of older adults in the community by providing them outlets for physical, spiritual, and cognitive growth.