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VENDOR SHOWCASE FREE Drive-thru Tuesday, October 20 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Southridge Sports & Events Complex 2901 Southridge Blvd., Kennewick

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October 2020

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Nuclear Care Partners serves former Hanford workers

For nearly a decade, Nuclear Care Partners has helped former Hanford workers obtain their EEOICPA benefits and receive the highest level of specialized in-home care.

Benefits guidance

Your local Community Outreach Manager Ricki Pederson can help you wherever you’re at in your journey of applying for, receiving, or maximizing your EEOICPA benefits. As a former Hanford worker, you may qualify for the following through the U.S. Department of Labor’s EEOICPA, which stands for Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act: • Up to $400,000 in financial compensation. • No-cost medical benefits. We can help you determine if you qualify and get the most out of your benefits!

Managing your benefits

Our teams can help you get the most out of your EEOICPA benefits, from home delivery for prescriptions to durable medical equipment. Your benefits cover a variety of services. Consequential illnesses: We can help you understand if you have a qualifying consequential illness that can be added to your card and can help you navigate the process of adding it. Impairment ratings: You could qualify for additional compensation through the EEOICPA with impairment ratings. Our clinical teams can help schedule doctor’s appointments and guide you through the process of receiving an impairment rating.

In-home care

Our skilled care teams create a custom plan of care, unique to your needs, and provide the highest quality in-home care. We provide

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a variety of in-home care services including: • Skilled nursing • Medication management • Meal preparation • And much more As a commitment to quality care, Nuclear Care Partners was the first licensed medical provider—exclusively serving former atomic workers — to receive accreditation from Accreditation Commission for Health Care. We can help you manage your

chronic illness and receive the quality care you deserve. Call 509-420-5330 or visit www. nuclearcarepartners.com to learn more.

660 Jadwin Ave., Ste. E Richland, WA 99352 509-380-1147 nuclearcarepartners.com


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Ease the burden on your loved ones by beginning the Pre-Planning process. We offer numerous advantages including favorable financial terms. Call (509) 943-0803 for more information.

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WindSong offers Montessori-style dementia care in Kennewick WindSong at Southridge is a memory care community that has adopted the Montessori-inspired lifestyle as its signature method for delivering exceptionally high quality of life for residents. The programs focus on activities and everyday interactions to reconnect persons with dementia to the outside world. The components of the Montessori environment include signage and cue cards that display schedules and directions. The goal is to create an environment that supports independence and functioning at the highest possible level. The staff at WindSong at Southridge in Kennewick provide purposeful experiences where these individuals are able to use their hands and their five senses to engage and stimulate their minds. This community has been created in a manner that is reflective of the people who live within it. This is done through group activities that residents design, plan and

implement. This is also done through individualized, resident-specific selfcare activities. Residents receive the opportunity to actively participate in what happens in their own lives. It is often assumed that a person with a dementia diagnosis is unable to have new experiences, maintain relationships, or to care for themselves at all. This is simply untrue. They have been told that they “can’t” and have been defined by their limitations. The staff at WindSong at Southridge work to defy these misconceptions by enabling their residents, rather than further disabling them. They ensure the person with dementia is able to actively participate in experiences and enjoy their successes, so their self-esteem increases and they enjoy a sense of accomplishment. This allows residents to reconnect with a world they’re losing access to and is a source of comfort to them and their loved ones.

Please follow WindSong at Southridge on Facebook for information on virtual learning experiences to learn more about this innovative and exciting approach to caring for those with dementia. Sessions will be held via Zoom. We also are happy to provide virtual tours of our community, in keeping with social distancing guidelines. For more information and to RSVP for our “Montessori is our Why Virtual Lunch and Learns,” please contact Becky Lepinski or Drew Percival at 509-202-4327 or email at becky.lepinski@windsongmemory-

care.com. WindSong at Southridge is located at 4000 W 24th Ave. in Kennewick. Additional information can be found on our website: www.windsongmemorycare.com.

4000 W. 24th Ave. Kennewick, WA 99338 509-202-4327 windsongmemorycare.com

Department of Energy Facility Worker? You could be eligible for compensation and medical benefits under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program (EEOICPA).

How We Can Help: • Assistance filing an claim at no cost to you • Help finding medical resources • Expanding medical benefits coverage Robin Richardson, PCC | (509) 220-2662 Robin.Richardson@nuclearworkers.org


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Affinity at Southridge 5207 W. Hildebrand Ave. Kennewick, WA 99338 509-222-1212 / affinityatsouthridge.com We are not your average 55+ community. Affinity at Southridge is a one-of-a-kind option for active adults. Bekins Northwest 1100 Columbia Park Trail Richland, WA 99352 509-851-0883 / bekinsmovingandstorage.com Bekins Northwest is a long-standing, full-service moving and storage company in the Tri-Cities. We are well-known throughout senior communities.

Vendor Directory

Chaplaincy Health Care 1480 Fowler St. Richland, WA 99352 509-783-7416 / chaplaincyhealthcare.org We focus on the entire person’s physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Offer behavioral health, hospice, palliative and spiritual care, and grief care for adults and children.

Einan’s Funeral Home/Sunset Gardens 915 Bypass Highway Richland, WA 99352 509-943-1114 / sunsetgardenstricities.com We make talking about funeral/cremation arrangements easy. You should have the final say; we help you do just that.

Columbia Basin Denture Care 7233 W. Deschutes Ave., Ste. E Kennewick, WA 99336 509-586-4350 / personaldentures.com We’ve gone digital! All our dentures are designed digitally then printed or milled to your custom smile with our in-office laboratory.

Fleur de lis I-IV 3117 S. Fisher Court Kennewick, WA 99337 509-582-7968 / fleurdelisadultfamilyhomes.com A superb environment amid charm, style and, above all, quality. In-house physician, registered nurse, dentist, podiatrist, mental health counselor and massage therapist.

Ben Franklin Transit 1000 Columbia Park Trail Richland, WA 99352 509-571-0711 / bft.org Ben Franklin Transit offers a variety of public transportation services throughout the Tri-Cities area including bus, Dial-A-Ride paratransit, BFT Connect on-demand service and more.

Community Health Plan of Washington of Washington Medicare Advantage 5115 Malaga Drive Pasco, WA 99301 509-492-7916 / medicare.chpw.org With our plan, get extra benefits like prescription drugs, vision, dental, a large provider network and the support of a local member-focused health plan.

Friends of Justin Raffa Mailing: P.O. Box 1815 Richland, WA 99352 509-308-5395 / justinraffa.com Please vote for Justin Raffa: a balanced approach, a civil voice and the responsible choice for Benton County Commissioner District 1. Thanks for your support!

Benton PUD 2721 W. 10th Ave. Kennewick, WA 99336 509-582-2175 / bentonpud.org Benton PUD is a local public power utility that takes pride in being “your trusted energy partner” and providing customers with low-cost service, reliable electricity, low-income payment assistance programs and excellent customer service.

Critical Nurse Staffing LLC 295 Bradley Blvd., Ste. 101 Richland, WA 99354 509-735-6440 / cnscares.com Critical Nurse Staffing provides free in-home healthcare for current and former Hanford workers under the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Workers Compensation.

HAPO Community Credit Union 601 Williams Blvd. Richland, WA 99354 509-943-5676 / hapo.org HAPO Mobile Services is equipped to deliver financial services, guidance, accessibility and more to residents in your senior living communities.

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We care every day, in every way. It has been our experience that planning ahead is more stress-free and people have the time and information they need to make carefully considered, pressure-free decisions that are the best choices for themselves and their families. Let us guide you through the process by helping make arrangements easier at the time of loss.

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Heartlinks Hospice & Palliative Care 750 Swift Blvd., Ste. 6 Richland, WA 99352 509-837-1676 / heartlinkshospice.org Heartlinks Hospice & Palliative Care is committed to enriching the lives of patients and families in need of end-of-life care.

National Active & Retired Federal Employees Association, T-C Chapter #1192 509-585-1393 / narfe1192.org NARFE—“the only organization solely dedicated to the general welfare of all federal workers and retirees, delivering valuable guidance, timely resources and powerful advocacy.”

Hillcrest Funerals and Cremation 9353 W. Clearwater Ave. Kennewick, WA 99336 509-737-9717 / hillcrestfunerals.com Hillcrest Funerals and Cremation offers traditional and cremation services. We also offer preplanning, burial and veteran information. Our goal is to provide the best service possible to our community.

Northwest Cancer Clinic 7379 W. Deschutes Ave., Ste. 100 Kennewick, WA 99336 509-987-1800 / nwcancerclinic.com Combining integrative oncology with world-class cancer care to treat the whole patient. Our patients receive individualized care to meet their unique needs to optimize outcomes.

Home Care Solutions 7401 W. Hood Place, Ste. 204 Kennewick, WA 99336 509-627-8575 / yourhomecaresolutions.com Home Care Solutions is “the premier home care agency” in Tri-Cities, providing in-home services to residents in Benton and Franklin counties. JEA Senior Living 509-547-2466 / jeaseniorliving.com Committed to being the leader in providing quality care while honoring the aging experience. Three locations: Royal Columbian, Callaway Gardens and Tri-Cities Retirement Inn.

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Life Care Center of Kennewick 1508 W. Seventh Ave. Kennewick, WA 99336 509-586-9185 / lcca.com Providing optimal skilled nursing services and excellent therapy services. Genuine, caring staff able to provide long-term care or short-term rehabilitation.

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Life Care Center of Richland 44 Goethals Drive Richland, WA 99352 509-943-1117 / lcca.com Providing optimal skilled nursing services and excellent therapy services. Genuine, caring staff able to provide long-term care or short-term rehabilitation. Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program/Blue Mountain Action Council 720 W. Court St. Pasco, WA 99301 509-520-5162 / bmacww.org Advocacy service for the residents of long-term care facilities to make sure each person has a voice in their life and their care. Lourdes Health 520 N. Fourth Ave. Pasco, WA 99301 509-547-7704 / yourlourdes.com Mueller’s Funeral Homes 1401 S. Union St. Kennewick, WA 99338 509-783-9532 / muellersfuneralhomes.com We take great pride in our service to our community and in the level of personalized attention we are able to offer all of our families.

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Nuclear Care Partners 660 Jadwin Ave., Ste. E Richland, WA 99352 509-380-1147 / nuclearcarepartners.com Nuclear Care Partners is an accredited home care provider enrolled with the U.S. Department of Labor to provide no-cost in-home care services for former/ retired nuclear workers. Nuclear Workers Institute of America 303 Bradley Blvd. #104 Richland, WA 99352 509-220-2662 / nuclearworkers.org NWIA is a group of experienced advocates helping you file a claim under the EEOICPA at no cost to you. RoofMaxx 233 W. 52nd Ave. Kennewick, WA 99337 509-845-0818 / tcroofmaxx.com RoofMaxx is an eco-friendly solution to bring back the life of your dried-out composition shingles, saving about 80% of a new roof cost, 5-year warranty. Senior Times Mailing: 8524 W. Gage Blvd., #A1-300 Kennewick, WA 99336 509-737-8778 / srtimes.com Monthly publication providing news and information to active and retired seniors. Spring ’21 expo tentatively scheduled for third Tuesday of April at Southridge Sports and Events complex in Kennewick. Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy 1408 N. Louisiana St., Ste. 104-A Kennewick, WA 99336 509-783-1962 / therapeuticassociates.com Our locally-owned and -operated partnership of physical therapy clinics helps individuals optimize movement, prevent injury and reduce pain. We are here to help you. Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business Mailing: 8524 W. Gage Blvd., #A1-300 Kennewick, WA 99336 509-737-8778 / tcjournal.biz Monthly publication providing comprehensive coverage of Mid-Columbia business news. No paywall at tcjournal.biz, or sign up for paid subscription to be mailed to your home.

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Tri-Cities Cancer Center 7350 W. Deschutes Ave. Kennewick, WA 99336 509-737-3422 / tccancer.org Providing the Tri-City region with world-class cancer care, prevention education and survivorship services. Trios Health 3810 W. Plaza Way Kennewick, WA 99338 509-221-7000 / trioshealth.org Twilight Health 1030 N. Center Parkway, Ste. 119 Kennewick, WA 99336 320-980-1473 / twilighthh.com We are Twilight Health, a home health company proud to help nuclear workers suffering from illnesses caused by working at nuclear sites. United Healthcare Community 901 Crystal Ave. Moxee, WA 98936 509-866-5188 TTY 771 / uhccommunityplan.com United Healthcare Dual Complete Plan—designed for those who are Medicaid and Medicare eligible. Our plan offers additional benefits not covered by traditional Medicare. Visiting Angels 15 N. Cascade St. Kennewick, WA 99336 509-582-7800 / visitingangels.com Assistance with bathing, dressing, meal prep, shopping, Alzheimer’s care, medication management, transportation and companion care.

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Windermere Group One 490 Bradley Blvd. Richland, WA 99352 509-205-2266 Shari Stinger 509-521-3786 Nancy Wagner windermeregroupone.com Shari Stinger and Nancy Wagner of Windermere Group One are certified Senior Real Estate Specialists with over a decade of experience in TriCity real estate.

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WindSong at Southridge 4000 W. 24th Ave. Kennewick, WA 99338 509-202-4327 / windsongmemorycare.com Memory care community dedicated to providing a meaningful, purposeful life to those with Alzheimer’s and other age-related dementias through a Montessori-inspired lifestyle model of care.

We look forward to seeing you at our Drive-thru Expo!


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We believe in the preservation of dignity, self-respect and resident rights in a loving and caring environment.

Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation • Physical Therapy • Occupational Therapy • Speech Therapy Life Care facilities are designed with the patient in mind. Each Life Care facility maintains a unique personality and offers amenities that represent the needs and interests of the local population.

Life Care Center of Richland 44 Goethals Drive, Richland (509) 943-1117 LifeCareCenterofRichland.com

Life Care Center of Kennewick 1508 W. 7th Ave., Kennewick (509) 586-9185 LifeCareCenterofKennewick.com


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Find care you can count on Life Care Center of Kennewick and Life Care Center Richland As skilled nursing care facilities, Life Care Center of Kennewick and Life Care Center of Richland offer skilled nursing, long-term care and short-term therapy services designed to improve and enhance the lives of seniors and their families. The skilled nursing and therapy staff at these facilities attend to patients and residents with an understanding that each person’s needs are unique. The care centers serve as not only a residence for those who can no longer care for themselves, but also a bridge between hospital and home for those recovering from illness or injury. The services Life Care Centers of Kennewick and Richland offer are broad, going beyond standard skilled nursing and short-term therapy—from post-surgical care to medication management and social services. Along with personalized care and rehabilitation, the care facilities boast amenities intended to give residents

and visitors a pleasant experience. These features help foster an environment that is caring and supportive but also fun, relaxing and homelike. On each Life Care campus, you can enjoy nutritious and savory meals in a lovely dining room, scenic and tasteful surroundings, a library, a beauty salon and much more. Private and semiprivate suites are available during short-stay rehabilitation for anyone who wants to maximize their comfort during recovery. Life Care Centers of Kennewick and Richland are where comfort and community are central. With their flexible visiting hours, the campus’ pleasing attributes are available to friends and families, lending the campuses a community atmosphere. And the facilities often put on many exciting events that are open to the public. Though the current health climate temporarily has put a hold on visita-

tion and events, families and friends always will be welcome once conditions are right! During these unique and challenging times, the associates at Life Care Center of Kennewick and Life Care Center of Richland are taking careful and proactive precaution to protect the health and safety of residents and patients. It’s another extension of their devotion to quality care, but when these difficult times are past that devotion will remain strong. Life Care Centers of Kennewick and Richland have been and continue to be premier providers of quality skilled care and rehabilitation for Kennewick, Richland and the surrounding

communities. Their goal is to help others reach and maintain a higher quality of life. To learn more, call 509-586-9185 for Life Care Center of Kennewick, and 509-943-1117 for Life Care Center of Richland.

44 Goethals Drive, Richland 509-943-1117 1508 W. Seventh Ave., Kennewick 509-586-9185 lcca.com

Senior living, health, finance and local interest stories geared specifically toward those 60+, their families and caregivers.

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To subscribe send your name, mailing address and a check payable to Senior Times to: 8524 W. Gage Blvd., #A1-300, Kennewick, WA 99336

Serving the Tri-Cities and the outer communities with two locations. We offer traditional funeral services, cremation and preplanning. We can assist you with preplanning in person, by phone or online. Don’t leave the emotional and financial burden to your loved ones. Preplan today! 9353 W. Clearwater Ave. Kennewick, WA 99336

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Columbia Basin Denture Care 7233 W. Deschutes Ave. Suite E, Kennewick

Some patients like their dentures’ general look and feel, but need a new one due to bad breath or an emergency backup for travel. With a scanned copy of your dentures, we can quickly create an exact copy of your denture with brand new materials.

We are honored to care for those who have sacrificed their health for our country. We provide care to the following patient groups: • Uranium Miners, Millers and Transporters • Nuclear Weapons Plant Employees or Contractors • Workers’ Compensation Claims • Veterans of the United States Armed Services

Do you qualify for this card? Former Hanford Workers may be eligible for benefits and FREE in-home care. Call for more information.

(509) 735-6440 295 Bradley Blvd. Suite 101 Richland, WA 99352


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Fleur de’ Lis I-IV Adult Family Homes At Canyon Lakes

A superb environment amid charm, style and above all - quality Assisted Living and Memory Care 24-hour nursing • Professional caring staff Recreational activities • Beauty salon Menu prepared with food from local farms Private resident rooms • So much more!

(509) 582-7968 3117 S. Fisher Court, Kennewick fleurdelisadultfamilyhomes.com


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Studio, one and two bedroom apartments available. All utilities including, television and internet are included in the monthly rent. Pet friendly community. Our pricing: Studio $1245-$1295 1 bedroom $1400-$1505 2 bedroom $1795-$1940 Call (509) 631-9619 today to schedule a visit or go to affinityforliving.com/southridge for more information.

BekinsMovingAndStorage.com

(509) 547-9788 Bekins moves what and who you treasure. “Old School” and proud of it — Since 1903.


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Are you aware of your benefits? Do you have a Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program (EEOICPA) card? If so, you could be eligible for benefits including: No-Cost In-Home Care Skilled Nursing Care Family Caregiver Compensation Help with the Process

Who is eligible? AEC and DOE employees, contractors, subcontractors, uranium miners, millers and/or transporters.

(509) 416-2037 or (833) 312-8958

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The leader in quality personal services, honoring the experience of aging. • Independent and Assisted Living • Memory Care • Veteran? Find out how we can help! • Ask about Meaningful Moments®

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