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:
Tim Ray is a second generation elder care health services provider.
He has extensive ownership and management experience in both skilled nursing facility and assisted living, totaling over 35 years. He has spent the past 22 years specifically focused in the arena of assisted living.
Tim firmly believes that older adults should be held in high honor, and they deserve the best quality of care options to meet life’s needs. In his own words, “it is a privilege to be involved in the elder care space.”
Tim received his B.S. and M.B.A. Degrees from the University of North Alabama.
A native of Russellville, AL, Anna grew up caring for older adults alongside her mother at Country Cottage Assisted Living. In 2013, she took over the management of a 55+ Active Adult Community in Huntsville and expanded her experience in senior living and marketing even further.
Anna is passionate about building relationships with older adults and their families as she guides them in making the transition into productive and healthy lifestyles. She currently lives in Madison with her husband and two daughters. She enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, painting, and serving on the student ministry team at her church. Her favorite motto to live by is the common paraphrase of Philippians 4:13; “She believed she could, so she did.”
She is excited to start this journey with Traditions of Athens and can’t wait to serve you and your families!
Born and raised in Trussville, Alabama, Haley is the only girl of five children. Growing up with 4 brothers, Haley had an original desire to work in education. In 2011, Haley graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies. Quickly realizing her true passion was to care for others, Haley then pursued a second degree in the field of nursing.
Haley graduated from the University of North Alabama in 2015 with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing. She began her career at UAB Hospital in the Trauma Unit where she became the charge nurse in the first 6 months, along with precepting student nurses and new hires.
Haley is excited about the next step in her journey. She is passionate about caring for senior adults because of the relationships she had with her grandparents and church family.
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.