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Beth Brown

Amy and Pete Lane

Pete and Amy Lane, the Owners of Home Care Assistance of Centennial, enjoy establishing personal connections with the families their company serves. They both began connecting with older adults as young newspaper carriers, and they have continued to serve customers throughout their careers. Pete has worked closely with his clients while in sales, customer service and management. He also served our country as a Naval Flight Officer flying carrier-based jets for eight years after college. Amy has established relationships with others while providing premier customer service to department store customers and helping families involved in the Denver lacrosse community. They are both active in their Church, their daughters’ activities and enjoy volunteering to help others. Both Amy and Pete are excited to help seniors stay active and live healthy lives in their homes.

Jordan Brown

Sara Kramer
Client Care Manager

Sara Kramer, our Client Care Manager, will ensure that we place the right caregiver with each client by gaining a clear understanding of the client’s needs, goals and personal preferences. Sara took care of her grandparents for many years with the goal to keep them in their own home, while maintaining a high quality of life. This experience created an awareness and passion for the need to care and assist the aging population. Sara also has eight years of experience as an Athletic Trainer where she took care of high school athletes and the many injuries and health issues they faced. That experience has prepared her to understand, empathize and handle the complex nature of working with families and loved ones as they face various needs and disabilities. As the Client Care Manager, she feels that she is exactly where she is supposed be, helping older adults thrive at home.

Jordan Brown

Teri O’Hara
Client Care Manager

Teri grew up on a farm in Nebraska with a very “close knit” family. Literally, across the creek, down the road & the next town over. She was very close with my Grandparents, especially being the eldest of their 13 grandchildren (eventually they had 27 great-grandchildren). She loved to hear their stories, sitting at the kitchen table, a huge bay window, teaching me all the birds, plants, trees, etc. we would see. They would read the Omaha World Herald, work the crossword puzzle & discuss her lineage and current events. They lived on their farm until their departure from this world (at 73 and 89 years). Teri then managed hotels for over 25 years, in various places across the United States. Great for someone that enjoys meeting new people! She has learned from and helped with her niece, born without her 13th chromosome (she just celebrated her 16th birthday), her late husband Casey after his motorcycle accident, and finally as a caregiver for three years in senior communities. This has given Teri a craving to help people on a more direct level. She strives to advocate for Seniors. Teri has a passion to “walk the talk” and “Change the Way the World Ages” by assisting in keeping people in their homes longer and to change the way we view death as a society. She deliberately enjoys human life with all of its nuances and envisions the celebration (not dreading or with looming fear) of our intended, temporary time on this earth.


Kelly Allogia
Client Care Manager

Kelly graduated from The University of South Florida’s School of Aging Studies where she studied Gerontology. She knew that her passion was in helping the aging population early on. Kelly joined the Home Care Assistance team in 2015 and has worked in many different roles but has found her calling as a Client Care Manager working day-to-day with our clients and caregivers. Kelly has three sons and in her spare time enjoys yoga.