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Our Services

Spokane, WA senior care services at Providence Adult Day Health designed to allow elderly senior citizens keep their independence; adapt, relearn or retain skills; remain physically active, regardless of mobility status; receive health services; socialize and make new friends; and, most importantly, have fun!

Providence Adult Day Health offers a personalized plan of care through a series of structured services led by skilled professionals, including:

  • Action Coordinators
  • Skilled Nursing
  • Rehabilitation Therapists
  • Routine health monitoring
  • Fitness classes
  • Educational classes
  • Cooking and Gardening classes
  • Group discussions
  • Crafts and recreational activities

We also offer specialized group activities based on needs, such as fall prevention classes, speech/language assistance and supervised dining groups.

At Provience Adult Day Health, we want to help Spokane, WA seniors remain independent, mobile and socially active!

Our primary goal is to help participants:

  • Function at the highest level of independence possible.
  • Adapt, relearn or retain skills.
  • Remain physically active, regardless of mobility status.
  • Receive needed health services.
  • Socialize and make new friends.
  • Have fun!

Our Spokane senior adult day services are provided in a safe, nurturing and friendly atmosphere. All participants receive a hot, nutritious lunch with accommodations made for any health-related dietary needs.

Medical/Rehabilitative Services

  • Tube feeding
  • Wound care
  • Respiratory treatments and Oxygen maintenance
  • Catheter assistance
  • Administration of medication
  • Administering injections
  • Bowel & bladder training
  • Blood sugar testing
  • Incontinence support
  • Rehabilitation Therapy
  • Assessment of vital signs
  • Noon nutritious meal
  • Exercise classes, including weight resistance
  • Senior fitness testing
  • Balance group exercises
  • Fall Prevention training
  • Functional ADL skill training
  • Mobility work
  • Individualized plan of care
  • Transportation coordination
  • Extensive Case Management and care coordination with family, caregivers, physicians, other social service or medical providers.

Recreational/Meaningful Activity-Oriented Groups

  • Reminiscing & Memory activities, Cognitive Stimulation
  • Pet therapy
  • Men’s & Women’s support
  • Caregiver Support
  • Active Games [like balloon volleyball
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Gardening
  • Board/Table Games
  • “Sip ‘N Chat” socialization
  • Cooking
  • Birthday & holiday celebrations
  • Entertainment (musical performers, magic show, petting zoo, grade or high school class visit)
  • Veteran’s recognition ceremony
  • Health & Nutrition classes