Centennial Adultcare center is a proud provider and partner with the Department of Veterans Affairs. The VA provides assistance to retired veterans and anyone receiving veteran’s benefits may be eligible for Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) including Adult Day Health Care, and In-Home Services (Homemaker and Home Health Aide Services) at little or no additional costs. Covered benefits of Adult Day Health Care through the VA include round-trip transportation and personal care services. HCBS Services must be ordered by a VA physician and authorized through the VA. For more information on benefits and eligibility, or on geriatrics and extended care, call 1-800-827-1000, or visit the VA website.
To schedule a visit to a VA physician contact the Tennessee Valley Health Care System:
Nashville Campus: 615-327-4751 or 1-800-228-4973
Alvin C. York Campus (Murfreesboro): 615-867-6000, or 1-800-876-7093
Or visit http://www.tennesseevalley.va.gov/
Greater Nashville Regional Council, Area Agency on Aging and Disability (GNRC-AAAD)
GNRC is a regional agency that plans programs and services as advocates for the elder population and adults with disabilities. It serves as the entry point for TennCare and the distribution point for information and assistance on services for adults, including all of Tennessee’s Home and Community Based Programs. They are the single contact and entry point for the Medicaid/TennCare CHOICES program, and administer other financial assistance programs to aid adults in need of day care services, and in-home services (State of Tennessee OPTIONS Program). Centennial Adultcare Center has been a proud partner with GNRC for more than 20 years. Please contact GNRC at 615-255-1010 or toll-free at 1-866-836-6678 for more information on access to all matters pertaining to services for adults, or visit https://www.gnrc.org/
TennCare (Medicaid) CHOICES
TennCare CHOICES in Long-Term Care, or CHOICES, is a state run Medicad program designed to provide long-term support and services to adults age 65 and older, or 21 and older with disabilities, who meet the low-income, and asset requirements. Long-Term care includes assistance with activities of daily living which can be provided at home, in an assisted living facility, in an adult day health care facility, or in a skilled nursing facility. Services designed to allow individuals to remain in their own homes or in the community are called Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) and include CHOICES groups 2 and 3 enrollees. Benefits and services of the CHOICES program are administered by any of three managed care organizations (MCOs), United Health Care, Amerigroup, or Blue Cross-Blue Shield Tennessee.
Covered services include:
Adult Day Care
In-home Respite Care
In-patient Respite Care
Personal Emergency Response Systems
Home Delivered Meals
And more… For more information on application and qualifications for the CHOCES program, contact GNRC at 615-255-1010, or toll-free at 1-866-836-6678, or visit http://www.tn.gov/tenncare/longtermcare.shtml
Long-Term Care Insurance
Centennial Adultcare Center accepts Long-term care insurance and will happily work directly with providers to assist with authorizations and payments for covered services. In some cases the insurance provider will reimburse Centennial Adultcare Center, or in other cases individuals may be reimbursed directly and can remit payment for services themselves. Please contact your insurance provider or representative listed on your policy to inquire about covered Adult Day Health Care or In-Home Care Services.
Multiple options are available for assistance with transportation services. Centennial Adultcare Center offers daily transportation throughout Davidson County as well as to and from Murfreesboro. These services are provided at no cost for VA members and at a daily cost for others. We also work very closely with the Metro Transit Authority (MTA) and Access Ride in order to provide transportation to members who cannot afford to pay privately. Contact Access Ride at 615-880-3596 for information on qualification and application or visit http://www.nashvillemta.org/setpage.asp?page=accessride.html. In some cases, financial assistance may be available directly from Centennial Adultcare Center in order to provide transportation to low-income members who qualify. Please inquire about these possibilities at 615-383-3399.