Have you seen the new and improved Senior Life pages on KHQ.com? We've made navigation much easier, so you can find exactly what you're looking for without too many clicks or confusion! Surf around a bit - we hope you like what you see!
Read on for articles, events, and partner information.
Where can you turn for the resources you need and sound advice on how to protect you and your money? AARP Washington presents "Taking Charge in Tough Times" in Spokane June 3, 2009 and in the Tri-Cities April 8, 2009. Visit the Senior Life page and click on AARP Washington for more information on how you can be a part of this free event!
Senior Life "Articles and Newsletters" page features articles this month about:
Retired doctors, lawyers, executives and other professionals are finding new uses for their expertise by becoming volunteers.
A website from Medicare called "HomeHealthCompare" which allows you to compare local agencies. You can find Home Health Care agencies locally in the Senior Life Directories.
For more articles, visit the Senior Life main page at www.khq.com/seniorlife, or after the re-design, just click on "Articles and Newsletters".
About the AVISTA CARES Program
Life can be unpredictable.
CARES representatives know that and they work hard to aid customers with special needs. Our representatives assist the elderly, the disabled and customers who find themselves in difficulty due to health, employment, family or other problems.
By offering support in a variety of ways, CARES representatives do everything they can to create solutions beneficial to both the customer and to Avista. And through this close interaction our representatives help Avista better anticipate our customers' future needs.
Here are some of the ways CARES representatives make things better:
Help customers better understand their bill and how it can be paid, and make special payment arrangements.
Determine if customers qualify for energy assistance grants, other grants or aid, and can give minor budgeting advice on other bills.
Help qualifying customers apply for the low-income weatherization program.
Help customers with special problems find assistance from other agencies within the community.