The Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (DIDD) is collaborating with six supportive living technology vendors to expand its “Enabling Technology” pilot project to include more individuals wishing to receive these services. For the pilot, supportive living technologies include: tele-caregiving, remote monitoring sensors, and mobile applications. The Enabling Technology vendors include: AbleLink Smart Living Technologies, Rest Assured, Night Owl, Oneder, Sengistix, and SimplyHome. The pilot is part of a larger DIDD initiative to create sustainable change within its system of reimbursement and service delivery to focus on employment, supportive living technology, and person-centered planning . . .