New Families

Overview of the Enrollment Process

  1. Contact our Family Services Coordinator to set up a visit
  2. Print the enrollment package & complete as able.
  3. Meet the Family Services Coordinator to go over your needs and to complete the enrollment package
  4. Meet the staff and have an initial cognitive & physical ability assessment completed.

 

A Day in the Life

Each day, we treat your loved one like a member of our own family.  This includes administration of medications, feeding, hygiene, hair care, hand & arm massages, manicures, special food preparation, and wandering assistance.

 

Activities

Each day has its own themes for activities, and may include food highlights, outside trips, gardening, arts & crafts, and birthday celebrations. We also have many visits from community members as well as from local furry friends.

For the family, we offer community training, dietary assistance, family counseling, information & referral to additional community resources, student internships, volunteer training, and a monthly support group.

 

Facility Information

All our locations feature activity areas to meet each individual’s needs and activity level.

Special features of our facilities include:

  • Secure indoor and outdoor areas
  • Attractive, comfortable furnishings
  • Keypad entry and exit system
  • Non-glare, non-skid surfaces
  • Screened porch with rocking chairs
  • Displays of keepsakes from the past
  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Private restrooms and changing areas
  • Increased lighting and natural light
  • Indoor and outdoor gardening

Costs

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Enrollment

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ALPS Adult Day Service
423-587-9149
600 N. Daisy Street
Morristown, TN 37814

Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Serving Hamblen, Jefferson, Grainger, Hawkins, Greene, Cocke, and other surrounding counties, our 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.