Sound Generations serves older adults, adults with disabilities in King County and those who care for them in King County. We provide them with meals, drive them to essential services, ease their loneliness and alleviate caregiver stress. We are committed to making people feel included and respected.
Read below to find the right program for you, your parent or someone else in your life.
Finding the information you need when you need it is not always easy. Sound Generations Pathways Information & Assistance Program provides a full range of information and resources to help King County seniors, people with disabilities, and those who care for them maintain independence and improve their quality of life.
Whatever help you seek, calling or emailing our advocates is a great place to start: 206.448.3110 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We provide nutritious meals to thousands of older adults through our Meals on Wheels, Mobile Market and Community Dining programs. Whether someone is homebound or seeks a friendly place to have lunch, our programs are designed to fit their needs.
Transportation is one of the top challenges as we age. Our Volunteer Transportation drivers offer rides to medical, dental and other essential appointments (free or by donation), while our Hyde Shuttles provide door-to-door service within many King County neighborhoods.
Our highly-skilled Minor Home Repair technicians can make changes that will help you stay in your home longer. Or, our advocates can help you find the right assisted living home for you. Whatever your needs, we are here to make it easier.
For those seeking help understanding their Medicare and other healthcare options, our Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors (SHIBA), a program of the Office of the Insurance Commissioner, offers free, unbiased advice. Senior Rights Assistance (SRA) offers a wealth of resources on topics such as Estate Planning, Powers of Attorney and Probate. We can connect you with Elder Law Attorneys and provide a library of free, helpful documents.
As a caregiver, having support is key to maintaining your own emotional & physical health. Our Caregiver advocates offer free, confidential, and personalized services to unpaid caregivers residing in King County and caring for an adult 18 years old or older.