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CP Center of Knoxville TENNESSEE
The Cerebral Palsy Center of Knoxville was established in 1954. Among its founders were parents of children with cerebral palsy. Throughout the years, the organization has grown to provide services to both children and adults and to offer an ever-increasing variety of services. Today over 319 individuals and families receive services.
Family Support – A funding/referral service to provide whatever supports, services, or equipment needed to enable individuals and their families to remain in their own homes and community. The Family Support Program utilizes formal programs and services, as well as the informal network of friends, neighbors, extended family, and others. The primary focus is on supporting families with school-age and younger children with severe disabilities, adults with severe disabilities who choose to live with their families, and adults with severe disabilities who are residing in the community in an unsupported setting. Funds are allocated by the state to every county and are administered by agencies in each county. the Cerebral Palsy Center administers program funds for Knox County. Services can include, but are not limited to: Services can include, but are not limited to:
Day Care Services
Health Related Needs