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Pulaski’s First Presbyterian Church, built in 1882, is one of the most architecturally creative churches in Middle Tennessee. Victorian Gothic, the church features two uneven towers, and lancet windows with stained glass borders. The church stands on the site of a previous church that existed as early as 1811. The church bell was a part of the first building.
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For those with physical disabilities and seniors in their golden years, independence is a treasure to be preserved as long as possible.  The AAAD offers a number of services that provide assistance to our constituents so that they can remain independent and care for themselves.

The Options for Community Living Program provides a range of services to enable seniors and persons with physical disabilities to remain in their homes and community, and avoid unnecessary institutionalization.  It is designed to assist individuals who do not yet qualify for nursing home care, but are in need of assistance to safely maintain independence in their home setting. This program provides in-home assistance to elderly (age 60 or older) and disabled adults (age 18-59). Eligibility for the Options for Community Living is determined by a home assessment conducted by a Service Coordinator/Case Manager.

Services include periodic assessment, homemaker services, personal care services, and home-delivered meals. Service delivery is based on the individual’s need and available funding, and the individual may be required to contribute toward the cost of homemaker or personal care. There is no charge for meals.

For more information, call 1-866-836-6678.

Homemaker Services - Older Americans Act

Provides assistance to elderly persons with activities of daily living, such as: preparing meals, housework, and shopping.

For more information, call 1-866-836-6678.

 

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101 Sam Watkins Boulevard

Mount Pleasant, TN 38474

931-379-2929

Fax:  931-379-2640