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Fall prevention checklist

As we age, the risk of falling becomes more serious. Broken bones often result from falls, and these can lead to lifelong disability. Most falls happen at home. Nearly half are caused by hazards that could have been prevented! By making a few changes in your home and in your habits, you can greatly reduce your risk of falling.

Providence ElderPlace brochure English

Providence ElderPlace offers a unique solution to today’s often-complicated care system for seniors.

Providence ElderPlace formulary

Providence ElderPlace, in consultation with a team of health care providers, has selected a list of medications that represent the prescription therapies believed to be a necessary part of a quality treatment program. This list, called a formulary, is updated every two months.

Providence ElderPlace formulary by generic name

Providence ElderPlace, in consultation with a team of health care providers, has selected a list of medications that represent the prescription therapies believed to be a necessary part of a quality treatment program. This list, called a formulary, is updated every two months.

Providence ElderPlace In-home Services insert

In-home services offer seniors who direct their own care the ability to continue living in their home with support from ElderPlace. Inhome services are one part of the comprehensive package you get with Providence ElderPlace.

Providence ElderPlace List of Sites insert

Providence ElderPlace health and social center locations.

Providence ElderPlace Milwaukie brochure

Providence ElderPlace Milwaukie serves seniors in designated areas of Clackamas County. Our facility is located in the Providence Milwaukie Healing Place building on the hospital campus.

Proprietary Health Article

Healthy Aging: Tips for staying well and happy in later years

The term "aging" often is associated with an assumed decline in physical and mental health, as well as in overall quality of life. Many of us cross our fingers and hope we’ll be among the lucky few who maintain strength, mental acuity and independence later in life – not realizing that the course of our later years is largely up to us.

RAFT program

October 2007
Providence ElderPlace in Gresham’s first group of R.A.F.T. participants were awarded graduation certificates by Jerry Hunter, administrator of Providence Home and Community Services, in October 2007. R.A.F.T., the unique name selected by ElderPlace staff, is an adaptive computer program created by It’s Never 2 Late. The ElderPlace Gresham health and social center is a pilot test site for the program, which is designed to give ElderPlace participants the opportunity to experience computer technology.