The Abuse Registry for the State of Tennessee is maintained by the Tennessee Department of Health. The Abuse Registry includes names of persons who have abused, neglected, exploited or misappropriated the property of vulnerable persons. The names on the Abuse Registry are submitted for placement by Tennessee departments and agencies which oversee the protection and welfare of vulnerable persons. Names may also be submitted by law enforcement agencies.
The Adult Down Syndrome Center is a primary and specialty healthcare clinic that has served the medical and psychosocial needs of over 6,000 teens and adults with Down syndrome since 1992. As a comprehensive medical resource they provide patients everything from holistic care and support to education and resources in a compassionate, welcoming environment. They also hold events, participate in community outreach and conduct research.
NDSS resource for families, professionals, direct caregivers or anyone concerned with the general welfare of an adult with Down syndrome.
Autism Tennessee exists to enrich the lives and experiences of individuals on the autism spectrum, their families, and their surrounding community through support, advocacy, and education.
Information on medical, behavioral, social, and mental health issues for people with Down Syndrome, including practical how-to guidelines for improved understanding, management, and treatment planning.
The clinic provides comprehensive care and professional services to children and teens with Down syndrome. The clinic staff assists patients in finding therapeutic services and educational/behavioral support and providing a multidisciplinary approach to treatment.
Parent friendly version of the American Academy of Pediatrics health care information for children from birth to one month.
Parent friendly version of the American Academy of Pediatrics health care information for children from 1 month to 1 year.
Parent friendly version of the American Academy of Pediatrics health care information for children from 1 year to 5 years
Parent friendly version of the American Academy of Pediatrics health care information for children from 5 years to 13 years.