Traditions of Spring Hill 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 and independence, privacy and companionship, and physical and social well-being.
At Traditions of Spring Hill, the staff is on-site 24 hours a day to provide residents with:
Located within Traditions is a specially designed Memory Support Neighborhood for the care of seniors who have memory impairment due to Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. It is a highly structured, secure environment that promotes dignity, independence, socialization, and quality of life.
Our secured memory support community provides specialized programming and a structured daily routine designed to maximize each resident’s potential and support individual interests and hobbies.
Families will find peace of mind by knowing that their family members are well taken care of and enjoying life.
Learn more about our all-inclusive rate structure by clicking “rates” below.
Traditions’ Memory Support, Carol’s Place, is named in honor of our CEO’s beloved mother, Carol. Wes is the youngest of Carol’s five children, grew up in a vibrant, supportive, and loving household and remains close with his mother and siblings today.
Wes has a passion for older adults and has devoted his entire career to senior living. Having had a general understanding of the journey adult children take with their parents in moving to senior living, his compassion grew many-fold when he and his siblings took their own journey with Carol, who recently moved to independent living.
Wes refers to what he and millions of others go through as a national crisis. “There is simply not enough information and support to help guide adult children as they navigate through the emotional maze associated with the challenges of helping our parents as they age. At Traditions, we want to truly be a resource to these adult children, loved ones, and the older adults themselves. Whether you choose to move to a Traditions community or not, we want to provide the resources and support needed to make a successful decision for your family.”
Traditions was created to provide senior living in local communities. “Each of our sites is integrated in its local community, celebrating the culture and traditions of that community. In addition, we want to celebrate the uniqueness, culture, and traditions each of our residents bring to us. Whether it’s independent, assisted living, or memory support, we get to know our residents as the individuals they are, the wonderful history and experience they bring with them and the life they can live and celebrate in the now.”
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 Spring Hill 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. Private and shared accommodations available in memory support.
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Holly holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Middle Tennessee State University and Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Tennessee with an emphasis on Administration/Management. She began her career as the Director of Social Services at a local hospital where she first became interested in senior care relations. After serving in this position for 15 years she made the decision to narrow her focus to older adults and took on the role of Regional Director of Social Services of a nationally owned chain of nursing and rehabilitation centers.
In 2012 she began working for a geriatric care management company in the Nashville, TN area. She soon realized her passion for making and sharing solutions, so she decided to open her own company, CC Solutions. They prided themselves on being responsive to the needs of seniors, family members, caregivers, communities, on a short or long-term basis. She is skilled and diplomatic at smoothing the bonds between families, facilities, and the person requiring assistance. Holly’s goal is to bridge the gaps in healthcare in order to make measurable differences and restore quality of life for clients, families, and caregivers.
Kijanna was born in Detroit, MI, and has been passionate about cooking since she was 7 years old. She began preparing meals for the elderly at the age of 13, cooking for her great grandparents while enjoying listening to them reminisce about the “old days.”
She has extensive experience in long term care communities, having worked in several locations for the past 16 years. The last 12 years she has served as the dietary manager for these communities.
As a manager, Kijanna strives for perfection, having attained a near perfect 98% state survey rating in her kitchen and dining facilities over the past several years. She currently holds the certification of “Certified Dietary Manager.”
Kijanna will always listen to the residents’ input, and welcomes their ideas on ways to improve the dining experience. She is looking forward to having the residents share recipes, and is excited to be able to provide some of their favorite dishes from their past. Her goal is to provide residents with the best dining experience possible!
After serving a four-year enlistment in the United States Air Force, Howard began working for Hershey Entertainment and Resorts, in Hershey, PA. His first position was in the arrangements department at the Hershey Lodge, the largest convention resort in the state of Pennsylvania. He worked in that capacity for thirteen years, then transitioned into the lead shipping and receiving clerk for the convention center, a position he held for eight years.
In May of 2006, Howard transferred to Hersheypark, to take a position in the maintenance department, serving on the utility crew. He continued in this role for eleven more years, until June of 2017. At that time Howard took an early retirement, after 32 years with the company.
When he was not working, Howard was elected to several terms on the church council at St. Luke Lutheran Church in Schaefferstown, PA. He served as secretary, vice president, and president during his various terms on council. He also volunteered to serve the community, having traveled with a group from the church to Biloxi, MS, to aid in hurricane relief work after the devastation wrought by hurricane Katrina. His family also volunteered to aid in the St. Luke food mission, by cooking Sunday evening meals that were served, at no cost, to the local community.
In his spare time, Howard enjoys playing disc golf, mountain biking, and fishing. He is glad to leave the harsh winters of Pennsylvania behind, and is especially glad to have significantly less snow to shovel!
In July of 2017, Howard moved to Columbia, TN, and accepted the position of Maintenance Director for Traditions of Spring Hill. He is excited to be in this new role, and looks forward to meeting new co-workers, and getting to know our residents!
Chandler Lamb, a Nashville native, moved to Spring Hill in 2005. The love she has for the Spring Hill community has grown as much and as quickly as the city itself. Spring Hill has provided her and her two daughters the unique setting of a family-oriented town coupled with an exceptional education system.
Chandler received her B.S. degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; she enjoys using her skills in communications and business management in her interactions with the people she meets.
As the former Membership Manager for the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce, Chandler got the chance to meet the Traditions Senior Living management team and learn more about the company’s culture and their love for the senior community. Chandler knew this would be a wonderful place to continue her love for helping people, while also continuing to support the Spring Hill community.
“I’m looking forward to working with you and your loved ones!”
Melanie has been a Licensed Practical Nurse for over 22 years, working primarily with the geriatric population in nursing homes in Pennsylvania and Tennessee. Over the last seven years, Melanie has worked as the Assistant Director of Nursing for a behavorial hospital unit, working with the geriatric population who struggle with bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, depression, and dementia with behaviors.
Melanie is a Certified Dementia Practitioner and a Certified Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Instructor.
“I look forward to this new journey with the elderly population and joining the team at Traditions of Spring Hill.”