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Spokane's Aging & Disability Helpline - 0 Reviews - 222 W Mission Ave Ste. 120, Spokane, WA - Television Station Reviews - Phone (509) 209-9972

Spokane's Aging & Disability Helpline

id: 37755285
222 W Mission Ave Ste. 120
Spokane, WA 99201
(509) 209-9972
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  • We offer referrals and information for older adults or people with disabilities needing:Housing Application information and assistance for low income housing as well as listings for senior housing and assisted living facilities.In-home Care and Personal Assistance Assistance identifying and accessing programs that help individuals continue living independently in their own homes (also known as receiving help at home, outside of an assisted-living facility). This can include finding programs to assist with meal preparation, bathing, dressing, household tasks, or other usual activities of daily life.Transportation Programs that specialize in providing public as well as individualized transportation options. These include local free or low cost programs that will assist people in getting to medical appointments.Caregiver Support or Relief For those who provide non-paid caregiver services to a family member or friend, these programs provide resources and support for caregivers who are having difficulty balancing those duties with other facets of life.Assistive Living Assistance looking at individuals eligibility for assistive living as well as providing resources to identify assistive living locations and opportunities.Prepared Meals or Food Assistance Help in access to Meals on Wheels, food banks, food assistance, and other local food and meal programs.Health Insurance Resources to assist people in the application process for MedicaidMental Health Referral to local mental health organizations based on eligibility.Long Term Care Assistance in the application process for long term care services with the State of Washington as well as information related to local facilities where those services are available.Assistive Devices Information for local options for locating assistive devices, including referral to programs that provide free or low cost services such as lending or rental programs.Legal Support and Advocacy This includes referrals to free or low cost legal services including those who specialize in elder law and a variety of ombudsman programs.Options Counseling A person-centered process where individuals, family members and/or significant others are supported to develop a plan for addressing long term services and supports needs that aligns with their preferences, strengths, values, and needs.

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