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devoted to making life better… Since 1978!
Jan Werner ADULT DAY CARE is devoted to making life better for seniors and disabled adults during the day. Since 1978, our staff has provided leadership and innovation in developing services for the people we serve. These services were created through the efforts of community leader visionaries focused on providing quality home and community care options that help our participants stay independent longer.
More than a community…
It's the people that are the real magic. We'd love to meet you.
Happy days are here! Serving Amarillo seniors since 1978.
To provide the best possible care, in an atmosphere of fellowship and love.
Focus on providing quality home and community care options that help our participants stay independent longer.
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From actual participants…
“ I don’t have to worry about getting to the doctor. My nurse is always available to advise me and my social worker was there to support me through my sister’s death. My doctor is amazing.”
Charlene GoldmanEnrolled since 2017
“We have found great friends at Jan Werner and all of our needs are met.”
Mary and Howard BrandtEnrolled since 2019
“ I am always excited about Jan Werner Adult Day Care and tell everyone else. I am continuously amazed at how Jan Werner takes care of all of us, how they manage to keep in touch each week. Until Jan Werner I just sat around and did nothing, now I feel motivated and a part of the family. I love Jan Werner Adult Day Care.”
Dorothy FrancisEnrolled since 2019
“The Basics at Jan Werner was a God send to my mother and my family”
Adrian DeLeon, son of Faustina DeLeonEnrolled 2004 to 2020
This program lets me live, not survive”