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ALPS Adult Day Services is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization. 40% of our operating budget comes from community support, donations and fundraising events, allowing us to keep the cost to our participants at the lowest possible rates. In some instances this can be as much as 90% lower than having to go into a nursing home.
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We have a variety of activities every week day, and often have visitors from the community. Find out what’s happening today!
Adult Day Services are the BEST Choice for Your Loved Ones…
Licensed by the state of Tennessee and a recipient of United Way funding from Hamblen and Jefferson counties, ALPS Adult Day Services provides a homelike setting for adults who should not be left alone during the day.
Program offers compassionate care, therapeutic activities, and professional support. Participants include adults who are memory impaired, have physical problems, or are in need of structure and Supervision.
At ALPS, our mission is designed around five core principles:
Independence/Freedom of Choice
Integrity of the Family
“ALPS provides daycare services for individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and other neurocognitive disorders. If I could imagine and design a perfect setting for this type of service, ALPS would be the outcome. My students consistently praise not only the facility and the program provided, but the administration and staff that make it happen. It is in fact one of their favorite clinical experiences in the mental health nursing courses.”
Mary LePage, APRN, MS, BC (Instructor of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing at Carson-Newman University
“Imagine your special-needs loved one in a nurturing environment where he/she receives a nutritious diet, awareness stimulation, appropriate exercise, professional nursing services, and loving care by trained professionals while still being able to remain with you at home. Is this a dream of the future? No, Morristown is blessed with just such a facility – ALPS!”
“ALPS met us where we were. They were, for us, nothing less than Sherpas on a mountain trail we did not know. They kept our mother engaged and active as she slipped into the depths of this insidious disease…and we love them for that.”
M. & C. Brown
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For emergencies, call 911 or visit your nearest hospital.