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Home and Community Based Services provide program for long-term care services. This includes help doing everyday activities that you may no longer be able to do for yourself as you grow older, or if you have a physical disability – like bathing, dressing, getting around your home, preparing meals, or doing household chores. HCBS services help a person remain at home or in the community. Check out the individual services to learn more.

Home delivered meals offers a nutritious meal served to the client’s residence. The meals are nutritionally balanced and meet at least one-third the current Dietary Reference Intakes. Learn More.

Homemaker services provide task such as shopping, meal prep, and light housework. These services enable the client to live in a clean, safe, and sanitary home. Learn More.

Personal Care provides personal assistance to those having difficulties with activities such as eating, dressing, and bathing. Learn More.

The Family Caregiver Support Program provides information and assistance, counseling, respite care, and limited supplementary services (home-delivered meals, personal care, and homemaker) to enable caregivers of an adult 60+ years of age, caregiver of a person with Alzheimer’s disease or a related disorder regardless of age, or relatives age 55 or older who are primary caregivers of children no older than 18 years of age unless disabled, in their efforts to gain access to available services. Learn More.

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Adult Day Care provides a structured program for older persons who cannot be left alone. To be eligible for the program the individual must be ambulatory or semi-ambulatory.

Home delivered meals offers a nutritious meal served to the client’s residence. The meals are nutritionally balanced and meet at least one-third the current Dietary Reference Intakes.

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Homemaker services provide task such as shopping, meal prep, and light housework. These services enable the client to live in a clean, safe, and sanitary home.

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Personal Care provides personal assistance to those having difficulties with activities such as eating, dressing, and bathing.

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Our Congregate Meal services provide a nutritious meal in a social setting. The meals are nutritionally balanced and provide at least one-third of the current Dietary References Intake.

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Senior Centers facilitate the social, emotional, and physical well-being of Tennessee adults age 60 and over as part of a comprehensive and coordinated system of services and activities. 

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Family Caregiver provides program resources and assistance for family caregivers and grandparents, or other relative caregivers.

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The Public Guardianship Program is designed to aid persons 60 years of age and older who are unable to make financial and medical decisions and have no one to act on their behalf.

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The ombudsman is an advocate for residents of nursing homes, board and care homes, and assisted living facilities who is trained to resolve problems.

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Legal assistance provides legal advice and representation of an attorney for clients sixty and over.

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Call 1-866-836-6678 to speak to one of our representatives.