A national information service devoted to older Americans and the families who support them. Through a variety of media, Savvy Senior provides information and resources through its nationally syndicated newspaper column, senior newswire service, resource books, weekly radio program and television features on NBC and CNBC.
Health and Social Resources Corner
WSASC’s health partners features articles and information pertinent to seniors.
Project Enhance administers two award-winning, community-based health programs for older adults—EnhanceFitness and EnhanceWellness.
The mission of Aging and Long Term Care of Eastern Washington (ALTCEW) is to promote well-being, independence, dignity, and choice for all older persons and for individuals needing long term care in Ferry, Stevens, Pend Oreille, Spokane, and Whitman counties.
The Washington Association of Area Agencies on Aging (W4A) works with local Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) to create communities that support people as they age.
This website is for the U.S Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health for Senior Health.
The National Council on Aging (NCOA) works to improve the health and independence of Seniors and help them to continue to make contributions to their communities and future generations.
Adult Family Home Options
Washington State Residential Care Council of Adult Family Homes exists to improve the lives & well-being of vulnerable adults through the support of Adult Family Homes. WSRCC represents thousands of homes in neighborhoods & communities throughout Washington, caring for nearly 20,000 seniors & adults with disabilities.
To advance the quality of senior centers nationwide, NISC has developed nine standards of excellence for senior center operations. These standards serve as a guide for all senior centers to improve their operations today — and position themselves for the future.
Senior Services is the most comprehensive non-profit agency serving older adults and their loved ones in Washington State. Established in 1967, we promote positive aging for thousands of seniors and their families each year through our integrated system of quality programs and senior centers. More than 2,800 volunteers, together with 250 employees, make our work possible and efficient.
Half of our $16 million annual budget comes from taxpayer-based sources, including federal, state, city and county government. We also receive significant funding from the United Way of King County, fees, client and individual donations, corporations, foundations and civic organizations. We are grateful to all those who so generously support us.
Washington State Senior Centers & Organizations
A comprehensive listing of senior centers, programs and organization all over the state of Washington. Last updated April 2012.
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Join your local Directors Meetings
The South King County and Pierce County Directors meetings take place on the 2nd Monday of each month from 2:00-4:00pm. Each group meets separately, but join together the 3rd Monday of each month. Meeting locations vary each month. For further information, please contact Jennifer Robinson, firstname.lastname@example.org.