Resources which may have a deadline are listed on this page. But please also explore the submenus to this page to find general resources for Elders, resources specific to LGBTQ Seniors, research of interest to caregivers for the LGBTQ community and programs produced by Network members.

Saturday April 23, 2022 12:00PM - 1:00PM RSVP by 4/13/2022 to AgePrideCenter@uw.edu

Free prepared lunch and conversation for adults 55+ and their caregivers - first come, first served, limit ten people per event

hosted by DineTogether with AgePRIDE, The Goldsen Institute - University of Washington at

The Tin Table
915 East Pine Street
Seattle, WA 98122
www.thetintable.com

followed by optional participation in Out Dancing, one if the longest running nights for the LGBTQ+ social dance community in Seattle at

The Century Ballroom
915 East Pine Street
Seattle, WA 98122
www.centuryballroom.com

LGBTQ+ encouraged, allies welcome to attend.

 

Saturday March 26, 2022 RSVP by 3/16/2022 to AgePrideCenter@uw.edu

Free prepared lunch and conversation for adults 55+ and their caregivers - first come, first served, limit ten people per event

hosted by DineTogether with AgePRIDE, The Goldsen Institute - University of Washington at

The Tin Table
915 East Pine Street
Seattle, WA 98122
www.thetintable.com

followed by optional participation in Out Dancing, one if the longest running nights for the LGBTQ+ social dance community in Seattle at

The Century Ballroom
915 East Pine Street
Seattle, WA 98122
www.centuryballroom.com

LGBTQ+ encouraged, allies welcome to attend.

 

February 2022

Full Life is offering caregiver respite for:

King County, WA residents who are unpaid or family caregivers for a senior, age 55 or more, or

King County, WA residents who are unpaid or family caregivers for a person who is a military veteran of any age, or

King County, WA residents who are unpaid or family caregivers for the family of a military veteran of any age.

 

Volunteers work with the caregiver to offer personalized, meaningful support. Examples may include:

Visiting with the person the caregiver supports while the caregiver takes time for self-care.

Companionship, a walk, a listening ear

Help with light home chores, gardening, shopping, special projects

Assistance to help the caregiver enjoy favorite events and activities

To request help, please complete this online form

If you have any questions, or to volunteer, please contact Tegenu Negi at 206-240-2545. This flyer also describes the program.

 

5/24/2021

Aging with Pride: IDEA. IDEA (Innovations in Dementia Empowerment and Action) at the University of Washington is offering a free program for individuals with memory loss and their caregivers.  Either the person with memory loss or their caregiver must be LGBTQ+. The program includes nine individualized sessions with a trained coach and focuses on problem solving, improving communication, and low impact exercise. The sessions are virtual, using easy video chatting.  Compensation is provided for completing phone interviews, and the program is available in all 50 states.

Amy Cunningham, MS
Aging with Pride: IDEA Research Coordinator
University of Washington
School of Social Work
Seattle, Washington206-543-8445
amoore@uw.edu

Aging with Pride: IDEA