The Sno-Valley Senior Center is in the heart of the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley, housed in the beautiful refurbished Odd Fellows Hall in the middle of the town of Carnation one half block behind City Hall.
The Sno-Valley Senior Center has been serving Valley Seniors and their families since 1975. Their mission is to be an effective provider of quality services to support the independence of senior citizens.
They love to have visitors join them for lunch, which is served Monday through Friday at 12:00 PM. If you will be bringing a large group, please give them one week’s notice by calling (425) 333-4152.
The majority of programs are at Camp Don Bosco. 1401 327th Avenue Northeast, Carnation, WA 98014. The camp is located 2 miles south (toward Fall City) of their current location just off highway 203.
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The Sno-Valley Adult Day Program supports frail elderly and/or adults with disabilities in maintaining the greatest degree of independence and well-being possible. The Adult Day Service provides a therapeutic environment designed to promote independence for seniors and other adults experiencing physical, mental, or social challenges. Individuals who are appropriate to participate in our program include those who are experiencing difficulties due to:
- A stroke
- Dementia-related diseases (including Alzheimer’s)
- Parkinson’s disease
- Other disabling conditions
Their professional care team—consisting of a nurse, an occupational therapist, a social worker, and an activities specialist—will partner with the participant’s doctor to design an individualized care plan with the goal of keeping your loved one independent and in the home as long as possible.
Structured activities such as art projects, games, exercise, and music encourage socialization and promote self-esteem.
Adult Day Program Schedule: Monday through Thursday from 9:30am to 2:30pm. Pparticipants enjoy a nutritious, made-from-scratch lunch daily. Scheduling options are available so that your loved one can attend from one to four days depending on your family’s need.
Transportation: Free door-to-door wheelchair accessible transportation may be available in the lower Snoqualmie Valley.
Program Fees: A $65 per day fee covers on-site nursing care, local transportation, a nutritious made-from-scratch meal, supplies, and all program services. Medicaid, State Respite, and limited scholarship funding are available to qualified participants which may reduce the family’s out-of-pocket cost.
For more information please contact:
Adult Day Program Coordinator