Services & Amenities

At the Cottage, you’ll find a cozy, Southern community that offers both physical support and a welcoming and active environment for your loved one. With regular opportunities to challenge the mind and nurture the heart, our mission is to offer our residents the ability to achieve their desired quality of life.

Country Cottage in Montgomery also offers Memory Care. Specially trained, nurse-supervised staff, customized service plan, nurse administered medications, and our unique recreation program are just a few of the features that are possible care alternatives for your family.

Private Rooms & Fewer Residents

With different sizes and styles of apartments, the Montgomery Cottage is a unique assisted living community that offers the attention, care, and home-like environment your loved one deserves. Our private apartments come equipped with a private bathroom, emergency alert system, and spacious closet. Each apartment is also cable TV and telephone ready.

Although research supports the idea that people suffering from Alzheimer’s or other dementia benefit from being around other people, research also strongly shows that too much of a good thing, especially other people with needs, is upsetting and frightening for folks with dementia. With the guarantee that only 15 other people will ever be neighbors, Holly residents enjoy just the right amount of companionship to meet each of their needs to stay involved and connected.

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Cozy Community & Simplest Buildings

The Cottage designed its community around the premise of cozy common areas for friends to gather and a family-style dining room to enjoy during meal times. With a spacious living room, quiet library, sunny porch, and a warm Country Kitchen, our residents always have a place to read, meet with friends, and enjoy a cup of coffee.

Advice from such noted consumer and research organizations such as the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s Foundation, and Caregivers Foundation strongly recommend the “keep it simple” approach to dementia care. Because all paths at the Cottage lead directly to our cozy living room and the safe courtyard next to it, residents learn their way quickly with our help. The confidence that comes from this knowledge is priceless!


Central to the Cottage's mission is CareSteps, the customized personal care program that provides just the right kind of help at the right time. Along with this individualized care program, Montgomery Cottage services include:

  • 24-hour staff attention
  • Three home-style meals daily
  • Weekly thorough housekeeping and daily tidy up
  • Scheduled transportation
  • Planned off and on-site recreation
  • Weekly personal laundry

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Meet The Staff
Heather Adams

Heather Adams

Admissions Director

Heather, a University of Alabama graduate and Montgomery native, has always been passionate about healthcare. With 10+ years helping seniors, she is grateful to be able to do what she loves at Country Cottage Assisted Living in Montgomery. Heather is proud to be a part of the Cottage family and to help seniors in our community.

She is an Ambassador for the Chamber and Rotary Club member. Heather and her husband, John, have one son and are active members of First Baptist Church in Wetumpka. 


Michelle Kelley

Michelle Kelley

Managing Director


Michelle Haigler Kelley is a native of Montgomery, Alabama. She and her husband Shane live in Pike Road with their daughters.   She graduated from Auburn University at Montgomery and began her career in the senior care industry as an Activity Director before obtaining her Alabama Assisted Living Administrator License in 2014. “I have truly found my calling in life to work with our seniors. After all, they are considered the greatest generation,” says Michelle. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and going to the lake.

Emily Foreman, LPN

Emily Foreman, LPN

Resident Services Director
Emily grew up in Ozark, Alabama. She started working in a local hospital in Ozark when she was 17 and has been caring for people ever since. She attended Wallace Community College in Dothan, Alabama and has her LPN license. Before coming to Country Cottage, she worked on the orthopedic floor of Flowers Hospital in Dothan. She loves the older generation and thinks of  our residents at Country Cottage in Montgomery as her grandparents and strives to treat them as such.


Emily and her husband have four dogs and are active foster "parents" with Helping Shepard's of Every Color Rescue in Montgomery, Alabama. 

Greg Dykes

Greg Dykes

Regional Managing Director

Greg comes to the Cottages with over 12 years of experience caring for seniors in a variety of environments including rehabilitation, independent care, assisted living and more. He has a true passion for helping families make the right choice for caring for their loved ones. He attended Troy University and is a licensed Assisted Living Administrator. Before joining the Cottage family, Greg has helped provide care to seniors in a variety of settings.

"I love the Cottages' commitment to caring for our Residents," says Greg. "Through 'The Cottage Way' we are truly able to help them remain independent and care for them in a tiny personalized way, and I think that is the key to making them feel at home and happy."

At home, Greg enjoys spending time with his wife, Laura, and his two children, Evan and Laura Beth. He loves to garden and spends much of his time outdoors growing lilies and roses. He also enjoys golfing with his son. He and his family attend Church of the Highlands on Grants Mill Road in Birmingham, AL.

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Activity Schedule

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Floor Plans

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