Care for Clients
At any stage during a serious illness, Centrica Care Navigators provides the expert support you and your family need and choose. Which of our services can help you at this time?
Adult Day Services
For families who need help with a senior loved one during the day, Centrica Adult Day offers the care, nutrition and enriching atmosphere to thrive.
At any stage during a serious illness, Centrica Care Navigators can help you keep pain and symptoms under control – including side effects from treatments.
During life’s final months, you can still experience comfort and fulfillment wherever you call home with expert support from Centrica Hospice Care.
HOSPICE CARE SITES
When complex conditions require constant care, Glenn Arbor Place and Rose Arbor Place provide the comforts of home for clients and families.
Emotional & Spiritual Support
Serious illness can cause emotional and spiritual pain. Our chaplains and trained counselors help clients and family members alike work through the challenges.
Clients and their families share how the expert team from Centrica Care Navigators made a profound difference in their lives.
"I am very, very satisfied with [Centrica Adult Day Services]. Your service goes beyond what I expected. Your staff always is helpful, pleasant and up-beat and interested in the well-being of their guests."
“Helping to care for an elderly family member is the hardest thing I’ve ever done. Now she has something to look forward to every week. You are miracle workers! Your patience and understanding is beyond commendable.”
“We are so thankful for the [Centrica Adult Day Services]. He has felt a sense of purpose and connectivity since he started visiting. I believe his overall well-being has improved due to the kindness he is shown. It is comforting to know that he is happy and well cared for. Thank you for everything you do!”
“Everyone became family, from the nursing staff to the kitchen staff and beyond. Mom mostly enjoyed the music and pet therapy, but she soon discovered the whirlpool tub and she would tell us she learned to swim 80 years late.”