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Senior Helpers of Spokane

12815 E Sprague Ave Ste 101
Spokane Valley, WA 99216-0742
(509) 922-4333
Fax: (509) 922-1296
Services Offered:
Home Care
a member of Senior Helpers
Senior Helpers of Spokane serves 99114, 99157, 99141, 99153, 99139 and more...
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    About My Business
    In 2006, Senior Helpers began serving the senior population here in Spokane, Washington and in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. Our caregivers and support team has helped thousands of families deal with the challenges that come with age and disease. Our team carefully designs a plan that will not only support but uplift as well. Senior Helpers Spokane offers a variety of services, including Alzheimer's and dementia care, personal and companion care, senior care management and evaluation, nurse evaluations and delegation, "peace of mind" visits (one hour visits), surgery assistance, sitter services, contracted care through the VA community based services, and much more.

    We proudly provide senior care in Spokane, Washington, and surrounding areas.

    We proudly provide senior care in Nine Mile Falls, WA | Veradale, WA | Spokane Valley, WA | Cheney, WA | Airway Heights, WA | Mead, WA | Otis Orchards, WA | Liberty Lake, WA | Colbert, WA | Peone, WA | Chattaroy, WA | Denison, WA | Deer Park, WA | Clayton, WA | Elk, WA | Loon Lake, WA | Newport, WA | Valleyford, WA | Manito, WA | Kiesling, WA | Mica, WA | medical Lake, WA | Rearden, WA | Sprague, WA | Rosalia, WA | Plaza, WA | Latah, WA | Waverly, WA
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    Senior Helpers Spokane Services

    Companion Care in Spokane

    For our basic level of senior home care, caregivers provide services such as companionship, meal planning and preparation, light housekeeping, laundry, medication reminders, and other general assistance. For sitter services, caregivers sit with and monitor a client during their hospital or facility stay. The caregiver can then follow the client home to provide a smooth transition.

    Personal Care in Spokane

    For our advanced level of senior home care, our licensed caregivers provide basic companion care plus assistance with the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), such as bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, and ambulation assistance. These services are initially assessed and regularly monitored by either an on-site care coordinator, Social Worker or RN depending on the regulations of the state that the office is located in.

    Live-In Care in Spokane

    Senior Helpers Senior Home Care Spokane's caregivers are available to provide 24-hour coverage, as long as they can sleep for eight hours per night and receive appropriate breaks. Live-in care can be provided for a minimum of two consecutive days, up to seven days per week indefinitely.

    Peace of Mind Visit in Spokane

    Senior Helpers Home Care Spokane's unique Peace of Mind Visit program is a short visit each day to help clients with, among other things, bathing assistance, meal preparation, medication reminders, getting out of or in to bed, and “check-ins.”

    Transition Assistance in Spokane

    Senior Helpers Home Care Spokane knows it can be challenging for families when a member is discharged from a hospital. This service ensures that clients are guided through the outpatient surgery and recovery period. We are available for help prior to surgery and will accompany a client each step of the way through full recovery, including transportation to follow-up doctor visits.

    Sitter Assistance in Spokane

    Our caregivers monitor clients in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living centers, continuing care retirement communities, etc., to be there when the family cannot, etc.

    Respite Care in Spokane

    Respite care is a unique program to assist families by providing care for a short period of time, such as vacations.
    Fees And Payment Sources Accepted
    Home Care Funding & Payment Options

    Our goal is to help our clients remain independent at home for as long as possible. However, we understand that most people do not have unlimited funds to pay for respite care. There are several options available to help pay for long-term home care and lighten your family's financial burden. Listed below are some creative options to help your loved one remain in their own home.

    Long-Term Care Insurance

    Long-term care insurance helps cover the cost of senior care at home or in a nursing facility. It helps protect your loved one's assets and can cover much of the cost of home care, depending on the policy terms. Senior Helpers works with most long-term care insurance companies, so be sure to find out if your loved one has a policy.

    Reverse Mortgages

    If your loved one has equity in their home, they can probably qualify for a reverse mortgage. A reverse mortgage is a loan against your home that you do not have to pay back for as long as you live there. With a reverse mortgage, you can turn the value of your home into cash without having to move or to repay the loan each month. These funds can then be used to pay for home care.

    Veterans Administration

    The Veterans Administration offers programs that can reimburse veterans for home care based on certain qualification criteria. To learn more about these programs, please visit the Veterans Administration website.

    Your Senior Helpers representative can discuss the VA benefit with you in more detail during the initial in-home interview.

    Additional State and Local Programs

    In many states, there are local and state funded programs that offer limited care for seniors who meet certain criteria. Contact the Spokane Washington Senior Helpers office for more information.

    Viatical Life Settlements

    If your loved one has a life insurance policy, there are companies that offer insurance owners the option to sell their policies in exchange for a lump sum payment that is greater than the cash surrender value.

    Payment Options

    Senior Helpers offers a choice of payment options for your convenience. We invoice for our services on a bi-weekly basis for the prior two weeks and can send the invoice directly to the client, their family, a trusted advisor or long-term care insurance company. Our invoices are detailed with the dates and times of service along with the caregiver who provided care on each day.

    Most of our clients are "private pay," which means they submit payment directly to us each billing cycle. For your convenience, we accept payment by both checks and credit cards (at most locations)
    Agency or Registry
    WA In Home Services Agency
    License No. IHS.FS.60450019
    Issued by Washington State Department of Health
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