Before my AmeriCorps term at Full Life Care, I completely took for granted the ability to prepare my own meals, choose what I want to eat, and modify a food that I don’t like.
Seattle musician Jennifer Kelly writes songs focused on human experiences of love, loss and change such as her battle with cancer and her father’s journey living with dementia.
Ann Hedreen is a passionate advocate for Alzheimer’s research and author of Her Beautiful Brain, a memoir that details her struggle with her mother’s younger onset Alzheimer’s disease.
Before joining Full Life Care as program manager of our Snohomish County Adult Day Health Center in Everett, Glenda “Moe” Pocha spent 14 years sailing on an ocean-going tugboat between Seattle and the Alaskan fisheries.
Sixteen years ago, Rae Kirumbi arrived in the United States not knowing that the caregiving he found so rewarding as a hospital volunteer in Tanzania could become a profession.
Dr. Bill Thomas, one of the most innovative and creative thinkers working in medicine today, brings his unique approach to growth and aging to Seattle on Friday, May 22 as part of his national Age of Disruption Tour.
It’s no surprise the seventh annual Beer For a Cause on April 23 was our biggest and most successful brew-fueled fundraiser to date. And we have you to thank!
Seattle will bring the national conversation on dementia home with two evenings of award-winning drama: The MemoryCare Plays on May 8 & 9 at Taproot’s Isaac Studio Theatre.
An autographed guitar from Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready is one of many fantastic raffle prizes at this Thursday’s Beer for a Cause. Click here for details.
April 13-17 is National Volunteer Appreciation Week and we invite you to visit our Facebook page daily to meet some of our wonderful and amazing volunteers.