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Inland Medical and Rehab ..............509-455-9385 nOutreach Programs 200 East 2nd Avenue, Suite B Spokane WA 99202 Friend to Friend ................509-487-1603 ext. 216 www.imrehab.com www.friendtofriendspokane.org “Spokane’s Wheelchair Specialists,” providing man- Volunteer visitation program provides support for ual wheelchairs, powered wheelchairs, scooters, lift long term care and assisted living residents. chairs, and a complete line of medical equipment. Spokane County Library District Locally owned and operated since 1988. Outreach Program ......................... 509-893-8400 Homebound seniors and others confined to the home Valley Mission for three or more months due to illness or disability Homecare Pharmacy...................... 509-928-6400 may receive library books, magazines, CDs, com- 12509 East Mission, Suite 103, puter software, music and audio books by mail. Spokane WA 99216 Open to Spokane County residents living outside of the Spokane city limits. We support patients with a full complement of medical supplies Spokane Public Library including ostomy and wound care, diabetic Outreach Services.......................... 509-444-5332 care, medications, and durable equipment. Homebound seniors and the disabled who have Family-owned since 1974. been incapacitated for at least three months are el- igible for library service by mail. Homebound cus- nMedical or Safety Alert tomers only pay return mail cost at the library rate. Items are mailed free to the visually impaired. “EMS – No CPR” Directive nPharmacy Services Also known as a “no code” form, this docu- form CPR. Forms are available from physicians’ can sustain your quality of life as you age. Because of Chapter-Often, medication becomes a medium by which you ment signals emergency professionals to not per offices, hospitals and hospice or home health orga- the increasing number of medications taken by older continuing to soar. Establishing a good relationship 3 nizations for clients and patients. people, the statistics of prescription drug misuse are Alzheimer’s Association with your pharmacist will enable him/her to counsel Comfort Zone ................................ 800-272-3900 you effectively. Make sure he or she has a record of www.alz.org/safety all medications you are taking and be prepared to ask questions concerning prescriptions. Comfort Keepers ............................ 509-484-2345 Providence Pharmacy and www.comfortkeepers.com Infusion Services ............................ 509-924-1826 www.interactivecaregiving.com 10807 East Montgomery, Suite 8, Are you worried about your Spokane Valley WA 99206 loved one being safe www.providence.org/infusion when home alone? Call Providence Infusion and Pharmacy Services pro- Comfort Keepers to learn vides home infusion and specialty pharmaceutical about our virtual caregiver. We will provide you services. Clinical nurse, pharmacist, and nutrition and your family with peace of mind. PLEASE SEE consulting, support services, disease management OUR AD ON PAGE 72. and related specialized infusion therapies offered. Providence Infusion and Pharmacy Services is a nMedication Management pharmacy, has been Joint Commission accreditedstate-licensed home health agency, a state-licensed Comfort Keepers ............................ 509-484-2345 since 1995, and is contracted with all major insur- www.comfortkeepers.com ances. In Western Washington call 1-800-832- www.interactivecaregiving.com 0318, in Eastern Washington call 1-800-365-4429. PLEASE SEE OUR ADS ON PAGES 100 AND THE Are you or a family member BACK COVER. overwhelmed with keeping track of your medications? Medicare Part D Drug Coverage Call Comfort Keepers for Medicare Part D is part of the Medicare Prescription the solution! PLEASE SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 72. and Drug Modernization Act of 2003. Although it 89


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