4Culture, providing funding and support for the cultural work that makes King County Vibrant, has a fellowship award of $12,000 for trans and gender non-confirming artists. More info at ARC Fellowship. Applications are open now! The deadline is November 20. Feel free to contact us with any questions:
Saturday January 25, 2020
Come meet Lauren Williams, Certified Professional Organizer(R), Owner, Casual Uncluttering LLC
as she presents her Organizer on the Road Show
4610 Stephens Avenue
Carnation, WA 98014
as a delighted participant in its Baby Boomer Boot Camp.
Thursday October 17, 2019
5:00PM - 7:00PM
Healthy Generations Annual Lecture:
Values at the End of Life: The Logic of Palliative Care
Over the past forty years, “the end of life” has become the center of extensive economic, policy, ethical, and medical discussions. Health economists measure and evaluate its cost; ethicists debate the morality of various approaches to “end-of-life care”; policymakers ponder alternative “end of life”-related policies; and clinicians apply a specialized approach (hospice and palliative care) to treat patients whom they diagnose as being at “the end of life.” This talk analyzes the proliferation of conversations on
“the end of life” as emblematic of a peculiar moment in human history.
Roi Livne is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Michigan.
Values at the End of Life will be available for purchase at the event.
5:00-5:30 p.m. Registration with light refreshments
5:30-7:00 p.m. Presentation
Sponsored by MultiGen, Healthy Generations, and the UW Center for Integrative Oncology and Palliative Care Social Work.
an October-long event in Seattle, geared towards helping people think about planning for end-of-life; it includes Death Over Dinner, Une Bonne Mort, and a Grief Release Dance Party. Please go to the website for details.
Sponsored by Honoring Choices PNW, an agency promoting thoughtful planning around end-of-life issues.
Aging with Pride: IDEA
Are you or a loved one experiencing memory loss?
Aging with Pride: IDEA (Innovations in Dementia Empowerment and Action) is an exercise and problem-solving program for older adults with memory loss and the people who help them. Learn about the program and join by contacting us at (888) 655-6646 or ageIDEA@uw.edu.
Aging with Pride: IDEA is the first federally-funded project testing a program designed to improve quality of life for LGBTQ people who experience memory loss or who help those experiencing memory loss. Participants are compensated for their time.
The study takes place in the Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles metropolitan areas. Older adults with memory loss can participate with an informal care partner, who may be a spouse or partner, friend, family member, or anyone who assists them. Either the person with memory loss or the person who helps them (or both) must be LGBTQ. Participants meet with a coach to learn exercises and strategies related to memory loss. The program includes 9 in-person sessions with the coach over 6 weeks, with follow-up phone calls.
IDEA is led by University of Washington School of Social Work professor Karen Fredriksen Goldsen and UW Nursing professor Linda Teri. Dr. Fredriksen Goldsen is the primary investigator for Aging with Pride: National Health, Aging, and Sexuality/Gender Study (NHAS), the first national longitudinal study of health and well-being in LGBTQ older adults, and Dr. Teri pioneered the RDAD (Reducing Disabilities in Alzheimer’s Disease) program, which has been shown to improve quality of life for people with memory loss and reduce rates of institutionalization.
GenPride (Generations Aging with Pride)
empowers older LGBTQ adults to live with pride and dignity by promoting, connecting and developing innovative programs and services that enhance belonging and support, eliminate discrimination, and honor the lives of older members of our community. GenPride offers a broad range of activities on-site, from yoga classes to conversations about mental health and older gay people. PLEASE CHECK ITS CALENDAR FREQUENTLY!!!
401 Broadway E, Unit 223
Seattle, WA 98102-5092
P.O. Box 23123
Seattle, WA 98108
is a grassroots movement empowering persons with memory loss and their loved ones to remain connected and active in the community.
The Puget Sound region is home to a variety of dementia-friendly opportunities offered by a growing number of community members and organizations.
hosts a variety of events, not just those listed below. Please check its website frequently.
Holy Cross Lutheran Church
4315 129th Place SE, Bellevue 98006
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays
10:00AM - 3:00PM
Call 425-681-9776 for more information
Alzheimer's Cafe's are fun outings for people who are living or caring for someone with Alzheimer's or other dementia.
Come to socialize in a relaxed setting with a supportive, accepting group. Enjoy a meal and entertainment.
Free (except for cost of food purchase.)
Every 2nd Wednesday
3:00PM – 4:30PM
2630 77th Avenue SE
Mercer Island, WA 98040
Info: Carolyn Kelso, 206-356-0271
Every 3rd Tuesday
3:00PM - 5:00PM
Thorndike Room in the Woodshop Restaurant of
McMenamin's Anderson School
18607 Bothell Way NE
Bothell, WA 98011
Info: Heather Steele, 425-485-9797, firstname.lastname@example.org
Every 4th Tuesday
3:00PM - 5:00PM
Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria - Crossroads
15600 NE 8th Street, Suite J1
Bellevue, WA 98008
Info: Cheri Pamer, 425-830-0902, email@example.com
Seattle Parks and Recreation Rainbow Recreation
schedules LGBTQ programs for younger and older people throughout the year. Check its calendar regularly.