Centennial Home Care Assistance provides the highest quality of in-home care to families across Centennial and Southeast Suburban Denver. if you or an aging loved one needs companionship and assistance with activities of daily living , we are here to help. Gain peace of mind and contact a Care Manager at (303) 957-3100 today. Available 24/7, we are here to provide information, answer questions and can help you schedule your complimentary in-home assessment. Get in touch with us today and start enjoying peace of mind knowing you or an aging loved one is in professional and caring hands.
Live-In or 24 Hour Care offers seniors the opportunity to age in place, in a familiar home environment surrounded by their cherished memories. Around-the-clock care is a great alternative to assisted living facilities or retirement homes.
Home Care Assistance proudly trains our caregivers in the Cognitive Therapeutics Method™ so that clients can receive one-to-one cognitive stimulation as well as support with basic care and activities of daily living– at no additional cost.
Hourly home care is not only used to enhance the lives of our senior clients, but the lives of their families as well. Hourly care can provide family caregivers with time to attend to their own needs and personal obligations.
There are many options to consider when looking for solutions in caring for your aging loved ones, including live-in facilities. We can help you determine the best possible care for your loved one with whatever budget you are working with.
Our holistic, evidence-based Balanced Care Method encourages a nutritious diet, regular physical activity, mental and social stimulation, and cultivating a sense of purpose to promote overall wellbeing and longevity. Learn More
While all seniors benefit from our science-based Cognitive Therapeutics Method, it was specifically designed to slow mental decline in seniors with memory impairment through activities targeting attention, visual-spatial perception, language, memory, and executive functioning. Learn More
“I initially engaged Home Care Assistance to provide my mom with a way to get out and about to do fun things, and to get to her doctors’ appointments. The night before a scheduled dental visit my mom fell. It became obvious quite soon that she would require 24 hour assistance. Home Care Assistance immediately rose to the task, and provided her with AMAZING caregivers. Her condition did not improve, and we realized that the end was likely not far off. Mom’s biggest wish was to not be taken from the home she loved; to be able to go in peace in her beloved surroundings. I had promised her that we would do whatever was necessary to make that happen. That period was a terrible and stressful time. I honestly don’t know how I would have handled it without the loving folks at HCA. Words are insufficient to describe my gratitude. Everyone I encountered was top notch, and they made my mom’s final weeks as good as could be. I cannot recommend Home Care Assistance heartily enough. They’re quite simply the best.”
"I have referred one of my favorite clients who is a stroke survivor to Home Care Assistance. He and his wife have been thrilled with the care and service they have received. I am happy to refer to Home Care Assistance. The thought of being in my home rather than a medical institution really appeals to me and I will plan on using Home Care for myself if ever needed. Thank you Home Care Assistance!"
"Doris and her team were so helpful and caring. Every person they come in contact feels like they have a new family member. Thank you to you and your amazing caregivers!"
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