12526 High Bluff Drive #300 San Diego CA 92130
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Our levels of service and duties below: Level I — Bathing, Grooming, Custodial Care, Meal Preparation, General Assistance, Bathing, Exercise, Socialization, Stimulation, Outings, Meal Planning, Hospital Sitting and Patient Advocate, Errands, Cooking, Projects, Medication and more.
Level II — Provides Specific Types of Care — Alzheimer's Care, Dementia/ Memory Care, Focused Cognitive Stimulation, Physical Stimulation (following the visiting PT program), Blood/ Sugar and Diabetes Management, Therapies, Diet Planning, Parkinson's Care, Lewy Bodies Care, Stroke Rehabilitation, Cognitive Progressive Monitoring, Fine and Gross Motor Skill Exercises, Balance Exercises and much more.
Pricing at Cerna Homecare
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
Reviews of Cerna Homecare
- Good Watch Over My Mom
Cerna Homecare has been helping with keeping an eye on my mom overnight. The woman that visits, is on time. She is pleasant, nice, polite, and does some light house work. I would recommend this agency for the...
- Cerna Review
I am very happy with the level of care from Cerna. They have been helpful and responsive. Highly Recommend!
- We liked the Service
Mom really liked that they listened to their requests, they were very professional, and extremely cordial.It would be better if the staff was more available, don't want too many different caregivers.See all 8 community reviews
Community Details at Cerna Homecare
Senior Housing Types Provided at Cerna Homecare
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