Category Archives: Services

Delivery service to serve many Spokane area households

Sometimes, you just don’t have the time to shop.  Or maybe you’re recovering from an injury and can’t drive at the moment.  Whatever the reason, delivery services are all the rage, and a new one is ready to start serving our area.  And, it’s not only about groceries!  Take a look:  Source: Delivery service Instacart ready to serve many Spokane area households | The Spokesman-Review

Community Resource Directory

Here’s a great online resource to connect you with local services, opportunities, community events, and much more.  Well worth a bookmark!  Source: Community Resource Directory – Help Topics, Volunteering, and Things to Do

How Social Security Disability Benefits Work

Are you, or is someone you love, wondering about how Social Security benefits a actually work?  It’s a fairly complicated program, but can literally be a lifesaver for folks facing an uncertain future due to a disability.  This article explains it well – and gives you links to learn more.  Source: How Social Security Disability Benefits Work | GOBankingRates

The Best of the Inland Northwest Results Are In!

We are so lucky to live in Spokane! And thanks to the Inlander Northwest Best of Everything List, it’s easy to stay on top of what’s new and great to experience here.  From top restaurants to art galleries to nature walks, you can find it all on this list:  Source: The Best of Everything | The Best of the Inland Northwest Readers Poll 2017 | Intro

Spokane’s Aging & Disabilities Helpline – A Great Resource

donna computerSpokane Helpline, Part of a Statewide Network SpokaneHelpline.org is part of a statewide program called Community Living Connections (CLC), funded in Spokane County by Aging and Long Term Care of Eastern Washington. CLC has been assisting older adults and people with disabilities for over thirty years. Washington State’s Community Living Connections (CLC) is here to help you navigate long-term services and supports for you or a loved one. The CLC is a network of organizations working with you to learn about options and assist you in connecting to services that meet your particular preferences, needs, and circumstances. Spokane Helpline Staff Can Help You: Assess what is important to you Determine goals you have for the future Define your strengths, needs, concerns Develop and implement an action plan.  Source: Community Minded Enterprises | FREE Referrals & Impartial Solutions | Spokane’s Aging & Disabilities Helpline | Spokane, WA