The most comprehensive non-profit in King County serving older adults, Sound Generations is a necessary and supportive entity to ensure seniors have access to basic necessities that improve their quality of life. Your support on #GivingTuesday and throughout the year sustains our work and helps ensure that we remain the important caring community for seniors that they need. While you’re thinking about what gifts to purchases, many seniors are worried about what their next meal will be.
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“I don’t cook anymore and it’s hard to get to the store. I have arthritis, asthma, and diabetes which limits my ability to get food. MOW changed my life. I’m extremely grateful.“
“We have been using your services for a few years and I can’t tell you how much we appreciate this service being available. I work full-time so it’s a challenge to get Mom to her appointments but this service allows me to reduce the hours I have to be away from my job. Mom really enjoys the social interaction with the drivers.“
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Position: Parkinson’s Support Group Facilitator Program: Shoreline- Lake Forest Park Seniors Location: 18560 1st Ave NE, Suite 1 Shoreline, WA 98155 Schedule: Once a month (3rd Wednesday of the month), for an hour Duration: Ongoing Group or Individual: Group Kid Friendly: No Contact: Amber McDowell, (206) 365-1536 or email@example.com Summary: Volunteer to facilitate a Parkinson’s Support Group for older adults.
Description: Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center, a community partner site of Sound Generations, is seeking a volunteer to facilitate a Parkinson’s Support Group for older adults. Currently, this group meets on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at the Shoreline- Lake Forest Park Senior Center for one hour. The meeting time is 3-4pm, however the meeting time (and possibly day) can be flexible. This class has been running for quite a while, and has seen great interest and attendance.
Requirements: Required background check. Some experience with older adults. 1 hour/monthly.