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Providence ElderPlace - Spokane

2068.9 miles away
509-482-2475
Mon - Fri: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Providence ElderPlace - Spokane

Mon - Fri: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Caring for seniors and caregivers

For more than 30 years, Providence has filled a special need in our community, providing adult day care for seniors whose lives have been challenged by disease, Alzheimer’s, dementia, injuries or the frailties associated with aging. On June 1, 2020 we launch another service for medically-complex seniors.

Providence ElderPlace PACE

(Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) Those enrolled with ElderPlace receive complete medical care, medications, medical supplies, adult day care, in-home care, care coordination, transportation and more. All the care and services covered by Medicare and Medicaid are included, when authorized by your health care team. Most ElderPlace enrollees are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid benefits, but this is not a requirement.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • What is Adult Day Health?

    Providence provides socialization, supervision, therapy, activities, nutrition, medical and physical care to senior adults living in the Spokane area with cognitive, physical and developmental limitations.

  • What is PACE?

    Providence ElderPlace is a PACE program - Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly. Those enrolled with ElderPlace receive complete medical care, medications, medical supplies, adult day care, in-home care, care coordination, transportation and more. All the care and services covered by Medicare and Medicaid are included, when authorized by your health care team. Most ElderPlace enrollees are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid benefits, but this is not a requirement.

  • When are services available?

    Regular program hours are 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Average attendance is two days a week. Extended hours are available between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on a case-by-case basis.

  • What kind of things do they do there?

    There are physical fitness and restorative therapy groups, reminiscence, brain fitness activities, music, and cooking groups as well as games, puzzles, arts and crafts, woodworking, pet therapy and gardening.

  • What else is included at Providence ElderPlace?

    We have personal care aides, rehabilitation and nursing staff with a high staff-to-client ratio. Clients can receive personal care, toileting and grooming. A variety of therapeutic activities are provided to restore or maintain clients’ functioning.

    We also provide a balance enhancing/fall prevention program. Our nurses provide wound, catheter and colostomy care, and may also provide tube feedings, pulmonary treatments and administer medication. They collaborate with your physician in medication, diabetes, cardiac, pain and general health monitoring and management. We also provide case management and caregiver support groups.

  • How does this all get paid for?

    Funding sources include Medicaid, DDD (Department of Developmental Disabilities), Veteran’s Administration, United Way dollars, long-term care insurance, and private pay. We welcome donations to help fund services for those who are unable to pay the full cost of our services. If you would like to make a donation or a planned gift to Providence Adult Day Health, make a donation online, or call our administrative office at 509-565-2557.

  • What benefit do clients receive from Providence?

    Clients are in a safe, supervised environment with their peers, where they can be active, mentally stimulated and have fun. Adult day health helps improve seniors' confidence, mood, strength and energy level. The therapy and care they receive keeps them in their home environment and helps prevent ER visits, hospitalizations and nursing home placement. Occupational therapy has been proven the single best intervention for improving cognitive functioning in dementia clients. Coming to Providence ElderPlace also gives caregivers a much needed break, and the assurance that their family member or client is well cared for.

  • Can you manage people with incontinence?

    Yes, we commonly manage clients with bladder and/or bowel incontinence.

  • Can you give insulin to diabetics?

    Yes, we monitor blood sugars, modify diets and have nurses eight hours a day Monday through Friday who can administer insulin.

  • Can you care for people in wheelchairs?

    Yes, many of our clients are dependent on wheelchairs, walkers and other adaptive equipment.

  • Is transportation available?

    Most clients come by Para Transit vans. We can help you apply for van service through Spokane Transit Authority; once enrolled, we will take care of the scheduling.

  • Can you provide special diets?

    Yes, we provide diabetic, modified soft and pureed diets and can take into consideration religious and cultural dietary needs.

  • Can you take care of people with Alzheimer’s disease?

    Our staff is specially trained to work with clients with mild to moderate dementia whatever the cause (Parkinson’s, stroke, Lewy Body, vascular, etc). They have long term experience in managing typical senior adult behaviors associated with dementia.

  • Can you handle clients who wander?

    We are often able to manage these clients by providing staff supervision and motion sensor alarms by the exits. We assess such clients on a case-by-case basis.

  • How do I get started?

    Call or email us today to schedule a tour or request more information.

Serving the community since 1976

Aging, accidents, or illness can often rob individuals of their skills and abilities. At Providence ElderPlace (formerly Adult Day Health) in Spokane, Washington, we provide a secure, caring environment for elderly and impaired adults to receive rehabilitation services, nursing care, health monitoring as well as giving them a chance to socialize.

By stimulating minds, strengthening bodies, nurturing spirits and respecting dignity, we help participants to achieve to their maximum abilities.

A sense of independence

Providence helps impaired or senior citizens remain active in their community, improve mobility and enhance safety in the home. Though ongoing health assessments, prevention and early intervention we help promote independence and can help delay or prevent the need for a higher level of care.

Respite for caregivers

That independence means that caregivers have time to care for their own physical, emotional and spiritual health, or can feel comfortable going to work, knowing their loved one is in good hands with us at Providence ElderPlace.

Video tour

Join KXLY's Nadine Woodward for a visit to Providence ElderPlace.

Caregiver support group

Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association and facilitated by our staff. Bring your loved one to enjoy socialization and activities with others while you attend a caregiver support group.

Call 509-565-2557 for dates and times.

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We can help your family

Caring for an elderly or disabled person can take its toll. We provide respite for caregivers, while offering nursing, rehabilitation, case management and activities for your loved one.

Schedule a tour of our facility to see if our services may help your family with the difficult task of providing 24-hour care.

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