Woodlands at Tannehill
8071 Kimbrell Cut Off Rd McCalla AL 35111
The Woodlands, a lifetime dream of local owners, is a showcase that reflects years of planning and meticulous attention to details. This attention to detail is reflected by the nursing staff who not only administer medications but get to know each resident personally, watching for any changes that need to be translated to the physician and family.
The Woodlands activity director masterfully provides a variety of opportunities - favorite past times, social and spiritual growth, and physical fitness. Residents are encouraged to be active in the community by participating in various civic activities such as attending local school functions.
Attention to detail is also reflected in the residents' large apartment, featuring three spacious closets. The Cowley library is stocked with large print books, comfortable chairs for relaxing with a favorite novel, as well as a table that is ideal for playing a game of bridge or spreading out the Sunday newspaper. The Morgan Chapel is reminiscent of a small country church with padded pews and a beautiful organ. There are two Sunday services as well as a midweek Bible study. There are large, cool porches to enjoy the beautiful countryside view or watch the horses in a nearby pasture. The Woodlands atmosphere is that of elegant living in an idyllic country setting providing a lifestyle that the residents are happy and proud to call home.
Pricing at Woodlands at Tannehill
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
Community Details at Woodlands at Tannehill
Senior Housing Types Provided at Woodlands at Tannehill
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