Transitions of Aging
Late life often signals a period of adjustment to many changes, such as retirement, relocation, a decline in health, or losing someone close to you. While some changes may be planned and easy to accept, others may deeply affect one’s sense of stability.
You or Your Loved-One May Be:
Finding it difficult to make ends meet on a fixed income
Feeling lonely and isolated at home
Not able to do things as usual because of an injury or illness
Taking on the role of a caregiver for a spouse or significant other
Embarrassed to admit uncertainty, fear, or difficult emotions
Unsure of where to turn for help or services
Collabria Day Program
We pick up participants at their homes and deliver them safely home at the end of the day.
Respite for family caregivers, giving you a needed break from caregiving responsibilities.
Education & Support
Support for caregivers through education, training, counseling, and support groups.
You are not alone. It takes courage to recognize and adapt to late-life changes, and Collabria Care is here to help.
We can help you assess your situation, and we can offer you advice, guidance, and resources.
We’re a phone call away.
Collabria Care Stories
Colin Shelton, usually dependent on a walker or a scooter to get around, walked with his daughter unassisted down the aisle – a rocky path along a lakeshore – thanks to a special program designed by the Collabria Day Program team. Read more »
When our hospice patient and avid sports enthusiast Joyce Donegan, expressed a wish to attend a baseball game, she became the first to take advantage of the program. “Sentimental Journey,“ which makes wishes come true for eligible patients in Napa County. Read more »
If you suspect that you or a loved one are in the early stages of memory loss—we have a program tailor-made to support you: Memory Screening. Jill Wood, MSW, Program Director and Social Services Manager for our Day Program, makes use of SLUMS (yes, this really is the...
November is Alzheimer's Awareness Month, a time to heighten awareness about Alzheimer's disease and show support for the more than 5.8 million Americans living with it.Collabria Care provides monthly online classes for those who care for people with Alzheimer's and...
People suffering from grief due to loss of a loved one can often experience intense sadness, loneliness, and isolation during the holiday season. Our Hope & The Holidays programs provide strategies for coping with the holidays and ways to communicate your feelings...
Call and talk to a Collabria Care professional today: (707) 258-9080
Call and Talk
Call and talk with a Collabria Care Alzheimer’s Center professional today. We want to hear about your situation and we are happy to answer your questions. Call 707-258-9080.
Take a Tour
Take a tour of our beautiful, state-of-the-art facilities at 414 S Jefferson St, Napa. Call 707-258-9080 to arrange a visit and a tour with one of our Alzheimer’s Center professionals.
Ask for a Free Family Consultation
Ask for a Free Family Consultation: If either you or a loved one has received a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, you may be struggling with multiple emotions and seeking information about managing your next steps. A family consultation will offer you a roadmap and specific tools for navigating the challenges you are facing.
Create a Care Plan
Create a care plan: Each family has unique needs. We will work with you to prepare a single resource, connecting you with the right services, and coordinating the many facets of care that you or your loved one may need.
Collabria Care is here to help with your concerns about the needs of older adults and adults with chronic illnesses. Call the number below to talk to a trusted voice.
414 South Jefferson Street Napa, California 94559
Phone: 707.258.9080 | Fax: 707.258.9088