Service Programs

We provide a wide range of services designed to help individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities live a full life in their own community. We are licensed by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and approved by the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (DIDD) under the Medicaid Waiver.

For information on how to apply for services for individuals with an intellectual or developmental disability, contact the closest Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Regional Office to you:​

  • Middle Tennessee 615-231-5382 

 

Also, information is available at the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities website.

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Family Support - CHOICES

Services can include, but are not limited to: Respite care, Personal assistance services and more.

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Supportive Employment

Ongoing supports designed to assist individuals for whom it is unlikely that competitive employment and more.

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Transportation

Transportation is available to all program participants of All About care Services.

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Community Participation

Provides all activities out in the community, offering participants a full range of experiences.

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Supportive Living

Provide supported living/supportive living services to enhance successful, long-term care community living.

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Semi-Independent

Training and assistance in managing money, preparing meals, shopping, personal appearance and more.

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Family Model

Residential services for adults with physical, intellectual, or developmental disabilities.

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Personal Assistance

The personal assistance program concentrates on helping a person directly.