EMPOWERING YOU: INFORMATION & ASSISTANCE
Foot Care is back!
Days Vary By Appointment Base fee is $30
Beginning in November, foot care appointments will be available. Registered Nurse, Sarah Andrew, provides foot health and shoe assessments, nail trimming, nail and callus reduction, nail shaping, foot cleaning and referrals to a podiatrist if needed. Your visit ends with a gentle and relaxing foot massage to promote circulation and lymphatic drainage. See the front desk to make your appointment.
Senior Advocate Services
Days Vary By Appointment Free
Mt. Si Senior Center's Senior Advocate is available to assist you with questions about social security, senior housing, Medicare/Medicaid or help you connect with other senior services and resources. Please call Mt. Si Senior Center at 425-888-3434 to make an appointment.
Snoqualmie Hospital Lab Services
M 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Insurance
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital (SVH) provides convenient care to people who are on blood-thinning medications or who require blood work. You must be registered with SVH. Please call 425-831-2379 for an appointment. Appointments required.
Blood Pressure Checks
W 11:00 AM (Approx.) Free
The older you are, the more likely you are to have high blood pressure. Our local Eastside Fire & Rescue perform blood pressure checks weekly unless they have been called to an emergency.
Priority Footware Fittings
Tu 4/6 9:00 AM - 10:00 A Insurance Call Adrian Walsh of Priority Footware at 206-708-0927 to see if you qualify for shoes and custom inserts under your Medicare/Medicaid plan. He offers on-site fitting and delivery.
Dental Care By Healthy Smiles
1st & 4thW By Appointment $75
Affordable teeth and denture cleaning is provided by Healthy Smiles, Inc. Cleaning is priced below what you would expect to pay at a dentist’s office. Call Healthy Smiles at 206-650-3272 to make an appointment. Appointments are required.
Medicare & Insurance Assistance
2nd Th By Appointment Free
Washington State SHIBA volunteers provide free, unbiased and confidential help with Medicare and health care choices to people of all ages. SHIBA volunteer advisors can help you:
WE SPEAK MEDICARE Benefit Advisors
2nd & 4th Tu By Appointment Free
We speak Medicare is a Medicare centric Insurance Brokerage with licensed professionals that are certified to represent Medicare health care products. Changes in Medicare plans occur every year. The We Speak Medicare Advisors review those changes with you and help you choose the best plan to protect your health and finances.
Pathways Information & Assistance
M - F 9:00 AM-4:00 PM Free
Highly trained volunteers will assess your needs and pinpoint the most helpful information and assistance.
Case Management Housing Medicaid Legal
Wellness & Fitness Health Care Repairs And more
Phone: 206-448-3110 or toll free 1-888-4Elders
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank
M 10:00 AM-11:30 AM
Seniors 65+ Shopping Day every Monday. 122 E 3rd St. North Bend 425-888-7832
Website: Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank
Survive & Thrive Support Group
3rd Thursdays 3:15 PM-4:00 PM Free
The Snoqualmie Valley Support Group for Stroke and other Neurological Diagnoses meets monthly at Snoqualmie Valley Hospital. Contact Kris 425-831-2376.
Home Equipment Loan Program (HELP) Need Home Care Medical Equipment?
Dependent on what is available through donations, Snoqualmie Valley Hospital may have equipment for you:
Wheelchairs Shower Chairs Walkers
Canes Crutches And more
Equipment is repaired and sanitized by Bridge Disability Ministries and available for re-use. Used equipment can be dropped off at Mt. Si Senior Center or Sno-Valley Senior Center. Contact Susan Lord at the HELP Center at 425-831-3754 or email@example.com.
Website: Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Rehabilitation Clinic
Old Friends Club Welcoming Friends. Enriching Lives.
The Club meets 2 to 3 days each week for guided conversation and activities in a small group of adults. Members may have memory loss, Alzheimer’s or other cognitive or communication challenges but the focus is on strengths, friendship and fun. The Club is welcoming new friends in Carnation.
Info: 425-681-9776 firstname.lastname@example.org
Seattle Humane Society
Pet Food for Low Income Seniors
Seattle Humane Society provides services to keep people and pets together in King County. Low-income senior citizens can receive a supplemental supply of pet food. We want to ensure that frail community members never have to choose between feeding themselves and feeding their pets. Seattle Humane Society's Pet Food Bank collects pet food donations for the pets of seniors and low-income community members, and the Pet Food Bank feeds more than 1,500 pets in need every month with donated pet food that is delivered to local senior centers.