People of Full Life: Glenda ‘Moe’ Pocha

December 13, 2018

Glenda ‘Moe’ Pocha, Program Manager, Full Life Care Snohomish County Adult Day Health Center There are some powerful moments at work sometimes. Recently, I covered our memory care program. A staff member called out. I was just back from vacation and had so much to do that day. But clients always come first. A woman… Read More

People of Full Life: Daphne White-Tassin

December 11, 2018

Daphne White-Tassin, Participant of Full Life Care Adult Day Health I love coming here. It gets me out of the house. It gets me physically active and keeps my mind working. There’s a big social aspect, as well as physical and emotional. It helps my heart. After my stroke, I was in a nursing home for… Read More

People of Full Life: Bobby Wooten

December 7, 2018

Bobby Wooten, Participant of Full Life Care Adult Day Health I had a stroke and was in a coma for a while. When I woke up I had to relearn how to walk, how to move, my fine-motor skills. I’m sitting here listening to my music and working on my writing. I’m trying to keep the… Read More

Ageism in our Culture

December 7, 2018

We're often surprised at how tolerant society can be when it comes to ageism. Ageism is defined as stereotyping and discrimination against individuals or groups based on their age. It is so pervasive in our culture that many of us don’t even notice it or realize how damaging it can be; damaging not just to our society but to our own psyches.

Newsletter: Winter 2018

December 7, 2018

In the 2018 Winter Newsletter read about: ElderFriends and the Art of Blacksmithing; New Federal Way Office Expands Our Services; Benefit Luncheon; Dave’s Outlook: Ageism in our Culture.