Older Americans Month

May is Older Americans Month! Sound Generations is spending this month celebrating 55 years of providing comprehensive services for aging adults! We celebrate the uniqueness of the experiences of those we serve, and we plan to share those stories all month long. We will be spending the month sharing the stories of those we serve! We hope you will give today to help us to continue to serve our mission of supporting people on their aging journey through community connections and accessible services.

Our donors allow our organization to ensure older adults have access to essential basic services so that they can continue to lead their best lives. We can’t do this alone, so we need your support!

Limited Edition Merch

We want to celebrate aging by including our community! This year were showcasing artist Akira Ohiso who works daily as a Social Worker at Lake City Senior Center. This art was inspired by those he works with. You can purchase this shirt, plus other merch here!

Story Library

This year’s theme for Older Americans Month is “Age My Way,” a fitting way to describe how we go about serving aging adults. We do not believe that we have all the answers we incorporate the specific needs of each aging adult we work with to support their unique experience and tailor our approach depending on that.

As part of our recognition of older Americans and specifically older adults in King County, we are recognizing the contributions aging adults have made and are making in our community. To support our efforts in changing the narrative around aging, we will be highlighting the personal stories of several friends and clients of Sound Generations each Friday in May.