The Collabria Day Program
Our program touches on each of the seven dimensions of wellness: emotional, environmental, intellectual, physical, social, spiritual, and vocational.
Underlying each care plan and all of our programming is our deep aspiration to create an environment in which each participant feels deeply respected, valued, and empowered.
Early stage memory loss
Impairment in activities of daily living
A history of repeated falls
Ongoing physical or cognitive decline
Need of protective supervision
A risk of wandering
Licensed Collabria Day Program
Provides state-of-the-art nursing care, rehabilitative therapies, social service support, social engagement and stimulation for adults suffering from chronic illness and/or dementia.
Each plan is geared to maximize independence, improve management of chronic conditions, enhance quality of life, and prevent hospitalization and/or premature nursing home placement.
Caregiver Respite & Counseling
Provides transportation to and from facility, giving you a needed break from caregiving responsibilities. In addition we offer free counseling to help with the stress that often accompanies caregiving.
Collabria Day Program also offers services to the community outside our center, through:
Call Collabria Care today at 707.258.9080
Falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries for older Americans. But due to our physical assessment, state-of-the-art equipment, exercise maintenance and expert physical and occupational therapy programs, our Collabria Day Program participants have a reduced risk of falling.
In 2013, 2014 and 2015, a gait and balance assessment tool showed 95%-100% of Day Program participants scored “stable” or “improved” after participating in our therapy programs.
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 »
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Let’s face it—there’s never a good time to plan for a serious illness or the end of life. It’s even more difficult to talk about it with the people who matter to you.
Only about one-third of adults have an Advance Care Plan* (APC)—the document that specifies your healthcare wishes if you are unable to communicate them yourself, or at the end of life.
Are you good with a sewing machine? Do you have time on your hands? If so, would you consider making some Community Health Masks? They can seriously reduce the risk of infection among our population of patients and program participants.
Our April 15 Caregiver Support Group will be held online! Register today.
Call and talk to a Collabria Care professional today: (707) 258-9080
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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) 258-9096