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Public Hearing: Aging and Disability Services Area Plan

Aging and Disability Services—a division of the Seattle Human Services Department—is designated by the state as the Area Agency on Aging (AAA) for King County. On Thursday, July 18, director Cathy Knight and ADS Advisory Council vice-chair Dick Woo will share the agency’s draft objectives for 2020–2023 at an Age Friendly Seattle Coffee Hour in downtown Seattle. The draft objectives describe the agency’s response to emerging issues. Date:   Thursday, July 18, 2019 Time: 10–11 a.m. Place: Central Building 1st Floor Conference Room, 810 3rd Avenue, Seattle

Next Thursday, 5/16: Coffee with the Department of Neighborhoods!

Join us for coffee and conversation with Andrés Mantilla, Director, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Thursday, May 16 10:00–11:00 a.m. The Central Building, 810 3rd Avenue 1st Floor Conference Room (between Columbia & Marion in downtown Seattle)

HSD Announces Results of the Older Adult Community Transportation RFP

The Seattle Human Services Department (HSD) is pleased to announce the results of the 2019 Older Adult Community Transportation RFP that was issued on January 14. Applicants were invited to submit proposals providing health services transportation and/or food access transportation in King County. Health Services Transportation enables older people to access… [ Keep reading ]

Celebrate Older Americans Month 2019: Connect, Create, Contribute!

Older Americans Month is an annual event that dates back to 1963, when President John F. Kennedy designated May as Senior Citizens Month. The current name and theme are sanctioned by the Administration for Community Living, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This year’s theme is Connect, Create, Contribute.

We have an Older Americans Month page on the Aging King County website. You’ll see links to logos and social media badges, plus our May calendar of events. Look for information in the May issue of AgeWise King County, too.