Athens Assisted Living

Welcome to Country Place Senior Living in Athens

Care for Your Way of Life

Country Place Senior Living in Athens offers residents an assisted living community of like-minded neighbors in a serene, close-knit setting. Seniors at Athens Assisted Living enjoy comfortable, well-appointed living spaces, a plethora of enriching programs, nutritious meals and convenient amenities—all uniquely designed to make life easy and carefree.

A long-term care ombudsman helps residents of a nursing facility and residents of an assisted living facility resolve complaints. Help provided by an ombudsman is confidential and free of charge. To speak with an ombudsman, a person may call the toll-free number, 1-800-252-2412.

Meet Christi Ramsey

Administrator of Country Place Senior Living in Athens

Athens Levels of Care

Residents can choose from one of three levels of care at Country Place Senior Living in Athens, depending on their personal needs and preferences. Our friendly, fully trained staff is here to provide you or your loved one with all the resources needed to make life enjoyable and more comfortable while maximizing independence.

Level One

Includes the following services:

Level Two

Includes all of level one plus any of the following services:

Level Three

Includes all of level one and two plus any of the following services:

Featured Amenities at Country Place Senior Living

Shared living area with brick fireplace

Baby grand piano in foyer

Quiet library for clubs and bible studies

Family room with flat screen TV

Comfortable dining room, 4 person tables

Fitness Room & Paved Outdoor Walking Track

Have Questions?

Want to now more about our Athens community? Contact our Director of Operations directly, use the contact form below to send us a message, or request a tour for you or your loved one.

Tammy Lenamond

Director of Operations

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Hello. I’m Christi Ramsey, and I am the administrator here at Country Place Senior Living of Athens.

All my life my role model and teacher was my great grandmother. I grew up appreciating the knowledge and wisdom that comes from an elder generation. This gave me a love and respect for seniors as well as the compassion to work in geriatrics. About three years ago, I was blessed to embark on my journey to work for this amazing company. When I first started as activity director, I could see the benefit of working with a smaller community, which allowed me to connect to each of these seniors in a more personal manner. Over the years, I have continued to make deeper connections with the residents and the staff, and I was excited when I was promoted to my current role as administrator.

My personal goal for our building is to make everyone who lives here feel as though they are family. I take a lot of pride in building relationships with residents and their family members. Being able to create an environment that is relaxed and safe is critical to my goals for this building. It is an honor to help families make significant decisions about their loved ones, and be a resource to these families that give them some peace of mind knowing that their loved one is being taken care of with dignity and respect. I strive to treat each resident the way that I treated my own grandmother, and I hope the family members see me as part of the family.

Some of my interests are music, grandchildren, and crafting. Singing and playing guitar are a couple of my favorite things. Picking and grinning for our residents from time to time is so fun and a great way to connect. My favorite saying is “there is always something to be thankful for!” I strive to bring this attitude to my building, residents, and staff.
Country Place Senior Living is one of a kind and our residents and staff make it a place that I hope you and your family will come to love and appreciate. I look forward to meeting you and your family, and help by providing the care that is needed and deserved.

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