Aging and Disability Support
Helping aging individuals and adults with disabilities maximize their independence and quality of life.
Improved quality of life, independence, and choice.
Liberty has provided services to aging individuals and adults with disabilities since the late 1980s. Our services include medical and behavioral staffing and supports, home-based needs assessments, and programs for adults with neurodegenerative conditions and traumatic brain injury. Our clincal teams stabilize acute conditions, facilitate the development of self-management skills, and help people maintain stable, productive, and satisfying lives in the community.
Liberty provides medical leadership and on-site clinical staffing for long-term care facilities, implements acute and long-term geropsychiatry treatment programs, and manages statewide assessments for long-term supports and services. We have also provided statewide quality oversight for thousands of citizens who are elderly and have one or more disabilities.
Our Expertise In Practice
Health Workforce Outsourcing
Clinical leadership and staffing for agencies, facilities, and specialized programs
Eligibility assessments for Medicaid services
Adult Protective Services
Statewide programs to protect vulnerable persons with disabilities
reports of abuse, neglect, or exploitation fielded and screened each year
assessments performed to determine eligibility for personal and related long-term care supports and services
clinicians serving people who are elderly and adults with disabilities under one contract
“During my tenure as Clinical Director, Liberty has provided many critically needed long-term quality staff for our hospital including psychiatrists, medical doctors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, a psychologist, and a Director of Nursing.
The company has a long-standing reputation of integrity, providing top-notch staff and consistently strong corporate support.”
State Psychiatric Hospital
“The Liberty corporate staff is experienced, accessible, and very well informed. They managed the implementation of the contract extremely well establishing, from the outset, a collaborative and transparent relationship with my office and other DHHS executives with whom they interacted. They are committed to providing high quality and consistent services that truly add value for the state Medicaid program, our beneficiaries, and our providers.”
Associate Director, Long-Term Services and Supports Policy
State Division of Medical Assistance
Explore Our Other Areas Of Expertise
This year, NASDDDS is forging ahead with its annual conference, virtually, of course. The conference is set to take place on November 16 — 18, 2020.
Liberty and the Indiana Department of Correction will co-host the 19th Annual Sex Offender Management and Monitoring 2-Day Training on Thursday, July 23, 2020.
In these unprecedented times, Liberty Executive Clinical Director and ATSA President Shan Jumper, PhD, expressed compassion and positivity toward the ATSA organization.