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BUSINESS CLOSEUP SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION ARTWORKS SPOKANE Creative solutions for irresistible interiors THERE ARE NO PORTRAITS HANGING ON THE WALLS AT ArtWorks Spokane. Located in Spokane Valley, ArtWorks Spokane’s professional


Design Team creates sophisticated paint finishes, designer textured plasters and deco- rative concrete overlays embellished with patterns and free-hand painting techniques. Whether a home or commercial project, owner and creative director Nancy Jones leads a select group of specialists with the creative talent, vision and skills necessary to make your space truly unique. Artworks Spokane specializes in custom surface design. Their canvases are walls, ceilings, cabinets, furniture, fireplaces, showers, columns and floors.


Ethan Gurney is the go-to guy at ArtWorks Spokane when it comes to decorative concrete. If you’re thinking “drab gray and boring” concrete; think again. Gurney uses acid staining, stamping and custom overlays to give stylish, eye-catching character to concrete flooring, walkways, driveways, patios and countertops. For the do-it-yourselfers, ArtWorks Spokane offers Annie Sloan’s Chalk Paint - the best paint on the market for painting furniture. Chalk paint can be used on any surface - usually without the use primers and sanding. It can be used on interior and exterior surfaces such as furniture, walls (for a soft matte effect or wax it for a polished plaster effect) and floors. This paint is very easy to work with and allows people to be creative as one doesn’t get involved with the technicalities of preparation and it also allows you to change your mind without hassle. At ArtWorks Spokane it’s about the creative possibilities. “We’re not a cookie cutter store,” Gurney says. “If you have a problem, we have a creative solution.”


ArtWorks Spokane, 15310 E Marietta Ave., Studio 8, Spokane Valley, (509) 928-2726, www.artworksspokane.com.


GENTIVA


Helping seniors stay independent with Home Healthcare FOR MOST SENIORS, THEIR GREATEST DESIRE IS TO LIVE AS


independently as possible for as long as possible. But as we know, with age often comes ailments that threaten our well-being and our independence, especially after a stay in the hospital. This is where Gentiva Home Health can help. Home healthcare is a cost-effective


way to recover from an illness or after surgery in the privacy of your home. The range of services can include at-home nursing care, physical therapy, speech therapy or occupational therapy. What most patients don’t realize, this skilled care from a Medicare-certified home health agency is a covered benefit under Medicare Part A for patients that qualify.


How home healthcare helps you and your family. Imagine if a nurse and a physical therapist could bring you skilled care and treatment at home while teaching you how to live more independently. “Our clinical staff is second to none,” says Karen White, Branch Director in Spokane. “We assess your environment, your needs and your goals, and work with you to achieve the functional goals that are important to you. There really is no place like home for healing.”


Choosing your home healthcare provider – it’s up to you! Under the law you have the right to choose your home healthcare provider. So be sure to find out more about your alternatives. Gentiva is the only home health agency in this area to offer clinical specialty programs for orthopedics; for balance dysfunc- tion for those who are at risk of falling; and for neurological disease processes like stroke, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis.


For more information, call your local Gentiva Home Health provider at (509) 327-5857.


Conn Wittwer, Physical Therapist with Gentiva Home Health, visits Cleo Adams for physical therapy treatment in the com- fort of her own home.


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