Providence ElderPlace expands comprehensive program of healthcare and adult day health services to seniors in Snohomish County
The program has operated in King County since 1995 and has expanded gradually to include facilities in South Seattle, West Seattle, Kent and Redmond.
Most care facilities are under a lockdown right now, meaning residents are not allowed to have any visitors or leave their room
Older adults can be hesitant about new technology. At the same time, many are reluctant to forfeit their independence by moving into an assisted living facility, even if they are having trouble performing tasks at home.
The coronavirus pandemic has complicated the lives of family caregivers, especially those with older loved ones who are most susceptible to COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.
From managing the household, planning groceries and meals, helping with medications, bathing and toileting, these humble heroes devote countless hours by providing consistent support. We call this being a caregiver.
Whether it’s you, your spouse or a dear friend, the time may come in a serious illness when a cure is no longer attainable. This would be the time to turn to Franciscan Hospice and Palliative Care.
Providence ElderPlace West Seattle is a stand-alone program housed at Providence Mount St. Vincent assisted living and skilled nursing home. It offers West and South Seattle residents an innovative program that provides medical care and social services to seniors who wish to continue to live in the community, thus avoiding or minimizing stays in hospitals and nursing homes.
Whether you are a full-time caregiver for your family member or just starting to help your loved one with a few extra tasks around the house, the Giving Care, Taking Care Conference is for you
Think of your father. What is his favorite food? His favorite hobby? Where did he meet your mother? What is his proudest moment? Think of all these memorable moments in his life and ask another question: Does he have trouble remembering these moments?
The last thing we expected when we found each other was that our journey would include Alzheimer’s Disease.
While many of us do not like to think that we will ever need such a plan, too often the lack of advance care planning can result in questioning, confusion, or disagreement among family members trying to envision what you would want if you were unable to speak for yourself.
Many people are confused about what hospice really means. They think hospice patients are simply lying in bed, waiting for the end to come. However, the goal of hospice care is to help patients enjoy the remaining moments of their lives to their fullest in a way that values comfort, peace and quality of life.
Joyce Springer needed to be closer to her three children; her three children and grandchildren needed her closer to them.
Many baby boomers have started to retire or have begun thinking about their future plans for retirement. If these plans include residing in a retirement community, finding the right one is key to a comfortable and quality life for a retiree.
Calculating Expenses, Determining How to Pay for It.