Since its beginning in 1974, Tennessee Baptist Adult Homes has served as an advocate and provider of services for senior adults in Tennessee. There are currently two campuses across the state developed for the senior adult population. There is housing for those who are capable of living independently.
Adult Protective Services may assist an adult in any living arrangement including nursing homes, group homes, their own homes, homes of relatives or friends, etc. The exception is residents of state operated institutions for individuals with mental illness or developmental disabilities. This exception became effective May 2001.
The National Adult Day Services Association is a recommended guide for assistance in choosing an adult day care program.. Click here for a listing of licensed Adult Day Care providers in Tennessee. The Tennessee Association of Adult Day Services was established in 1986 to provide support to those who provide a variety of day services to adults.