Senior Housing

The new concept of Superior Senior Living is here! Seniors who qualify can enjoy apartment-style living with all the sociability and amenities included. Each resident’s rent is based on income and includes all utilities, maintenance, and trash removal. Here, each person’s monthly payment is different. If you calculate 30% of your gross monthly income, you will have a close estimate of what you would pay each month. We love to try different restaurants, tour museums, and sight-see.

Within our programs, Social Work specialists and Certified Senior Advisors (CSA)® stand ready to educate and serve our residents in the areas of:

  • Insurance
  • Benefits
  • Government Programs
  • Transition Care
  • Resident Relationships
  • Long-Term Planning
  • Referrals


These supportive services are at no additional charge to our residents and their families.

What does CTandM Gallatin offer seniors in Sumner County? Independence in living while providing the amenities of safety, security, and sociability. This program is the new face of housing for seniors. Not only do we strive for a safe and secure facility but also a fun social environment that elicits relationships and fellowship. For example, our campus hosts a full-service beauty shop with a licensed cosmetologist. This convenience is a great addition to our amenities and a great place for socialization.

Aging Services

Consultation & Advocacy
In addition to our senior housing, we also offer professional guidance into and through the journey of successful aging.



Q: What’s the difference between Medicare and Medicaid?
A: Medicare is a social insurance program that provides coverage to a certain population regardless of income.
Medicaid offers certain programs to certain populations based on need and use finances as a condition of eligibility.

Q: What do the Medicare letters mean?
A: Insurance for seniors can be tricky, and there are specific enrollment periods for Medicare.
Below is a VERY basic introduction to the parts:

Part A – Inpatient coverage
Part B – Outpatient coverage
Part C – Optional Advantage Plans
Part D – Prescription Drug Plans
We recommend discussing which combination is right for you with a professional. Feel free to contact us if we can help.

Q: When should I start funeral planning?
A: It is never too early to begin preparing for the unknown. We recommend that you write down your wishes at the least or we can help you with the
details of a full plan. While this type of discussion can be uncomfortable, it doesn’t have to be. Part of our approach to holistic care is to navigate you
through the hard discussions like these.

Q: How will I know what level of care is right for me or my loved one?
A: There is a wide variety of care, and we don’t expect you to have all the answers. Many factors play a role in the level of care needed. Please contact for
more information. Some of the categories include:

Independent Living
Independent Living with Services
Home Care, Aids, Sitters, and Caregivers
Assisted Living that accepts program funding
Assisted Living
Rehabilitative Care
Respite Care
Skilled Care
Hospice Care

Q: In a sea of forms, which are most important?
A: Though there are many, we recommend considering the following two documents before you tackle the full list:

Power of Attorney
Advanced Care Directive
We recommend discussing which combination is right for you with a professional.


We have a passion for gerontology education and planning. These are some of our course topics:

  • The Journey of Aging
  • Entitlement Programs
  • Health Transitions as we grow older
  • Quality of Life Choices
  • The Senior Housing Market
  • Caregiving 101
  • Mental Health & Aging
  • Grief & Bereavement
  • Tough Conversations in Aging
  • Behavioral Compliance for Professionals
  • Aging Development: Preparing a Plan


Contact us now about speaking with your family or group!

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