Pathways Information & Assistance
Personalized guidance for navigating resources
We provide free, personalized support for individuals in King County.
Our highly trained staff of professionals and volunteers are here to answer your questions and provide free, unbiased advice for aging persons, people with disabilities, and caregivers. We connect individuals to community resources to meet the most complex of situations. Our staff are available to speak with you on the phone, over email, meet you in your home, or provide outreach at multiple community partner sites. We are a team of Community Support Specialists that are dedicated to finding personal solutions to meet your unique situation.
As of February 2021, Sound Generations has taken on the coordination of Geriatric Mental Health Specialist Workshops. These workshops have previously been coordinated by Karen Kent, LMHC, GMHS and more recently by Terri Haaga, MSW, LICSW, GMHS. These six-hour workshops held once a month provide licensed professionals with the opportunity to earn Continuing Education Units (CEU) and stay up-to-date on best practices in the geriatric mental health field. The classes offered qualify for the 100 hours of training required by the State of Washington for the Geriatric Mental Health Specialist certification. Sound Generations recognizes that maintaining good mental health is a vital part of the aging process and practitioners need to keep abreast of trends and treatment in this field. We want to ensure service providers have access to this valuable information for years to come, so that strong mental health is prioritized among our aging population. Previous workshops have focused on Dementia/Delirium- Diagnosis and Treatment, Alternative Way of Working with Seniors, End of live Conversations, Elder Law and Pharmacology, Caregivers of Older Adults- Conflict and Cooperation, Elder Abuse and Neglect, Older Adult Assessments, Navigating Systems for Elders and more.
The Pathways I&A team are here to assess your needs, offer personalized options, and refer you to a wide range of services including:
- In-Home Services & Support
- Housing Resources
- Legal Assistance
- Medicare & Medicaid
- Transportation Services (ADA compliant)
- Food Services & Nutrition
- Health & Wellness
- Employment Resources
- Counseling Services
- Home Maintenance & ADA Modifications
Our highly trained staff and volunteers connect older adults, adults with disabilities, and caregivers to community resources that suit their unique situations. They’ll guide you through your questions and lead you in the right direction. Our staff of Community Support Specialists are available to follow-up with more complex situations, meet with you in your home and provide outreach at multiple community partner sites.
Pathways I&A Resources
Our staff of Community Support Specialists can meet with you in your home or provide outreach at specific community locations, who are able to meet with you in your home and provide outreach at specific community locations. Learn more about Pathways I&A Community Outreach or find a location in King County.
Pathways I&A keeps an updated document library of our most requested resources. Anyone is welcome to browse these free, helpful resources. Go to Pathways I&A Document Library.
Are you seeking help for vulnerable older adults in your community? Learn to identify at-risk individuals and what you can do with our Gateway Program.
For other assistance services in King County, see our Community Partners to find services that cater to older adults and adults with disabilities in our region.
Pathways I&A services are free, but some of the community resources we link you with may have eligibility criteria and costs. Ask us for current information.
We are available to assist you Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 5 PM.