Caregiver Ongoing Events and Resources
Includes events from the Alzheimer's Association, the Alzheimer's Foundation of America, UW Brain and Wellness Center, Kirkland Interfaith Network, Music Mends Minds, Elderwise, Momentia, the Alzheimer's Disease Research Center at UW, Taproot Theatre, and more! Old Friends Club wants to recognize and thank all of these organizations for everything they do. Calendar not currently available on mobile.
Ongoing Events and Resources
MMM is offering free online sing-a-long sessions every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday from 1 PM - 2 PM PST that is available for anyone to join!
(If you do not have Zoom installed, you will be prompted to install Zoom—follow the on-screen instructions and click the link again to join)
Meeting ID: 637 887 7508"
Taproot Theatre: Early Stage Memory Loss Classes
Register for a class!
To engage in Taproot’s monthly VIRTUAL Early Stage Memory Loss improv class via Zoom (Z-improv), email Pam Nolte at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Momentia is a grassroots movement empowering persons with memory loss and their loved ones to remain connected and active in the community. Check out their website to learn more!
Screenings are done by appointment every Monday and Wednesday from 10 am to 4 pm (ET) and every Friday from 10 am to 2 pm (ET). Appointments can be scheduled by calling AFA at 866-232-8484.
The Dementia Action Collaborative (DAC), established in 2016, is a statewide group of public-private partners committed to preparing Washington state for the growth of people with dementia. The DAC includes a range of appointed members including people with dementia, family caregivers, legislators, representatives of advocacy groups, the Aging Network, Alzheimer’s organizations, long-term care providers, health care professionals, and governmental agencies, including Aging and Disability Services and several other Area Agencies on Aging.
An important accomplishment in 2018 was the creation of the Dementia Road Map. This Washington state-specific “roadmap” was developed to provide family caregivers with information about Alzheimer’s and dementia, and what to expect over time, to help them plan. The roadmap is available online and in print (available in English and in Spanish).
Phinney Center Art Appreciation
Virtual Coffee Chat
UW Medicine Memory + Brain Wellness Center
Virtual Coffee Chat
Make a cup of coffee or tea and come together for an informal social time with others living with memory loss or dementia. Build connections and offer support and encouragement. Participate online or by phone, with a free application called “Zoom.” Facilitated by program manager Marigrace Becker. Join for just one session, or multiple. Space is limited; sign up by the day before.
10 - 11 a.m. every Tuesday
Online Dementia Journal
Positive Approach to Care
Online Dementia Journal
Virtual Garden Walks
Seattle Parks and Recreation + UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center
Garden Discovery Walks
Seattle + King County
CLC: Are you facing aging or disability issues?
Community Living Connections can connect you with the right kind of help, when and where you need it. Older adults, adults with disabilities, caregivers, family members, and professionals can call us to get objective, confidential information about community resources and service options.
Have a question? Call us toll-free at 1-844-348-5464.
Virtual Bereavement Caregiver Support Group
Eldergrow™ offers residents a therapeutic connection to nature through innovative gardening products & services. Our programs bring nature inside 12 months a year, improving life for our growing community of older adults living in residential and nursing care.
Residents engage in meaningful ways with the Eldergrow garden: physically, socially, cognitively, creatively, and spiritually.
"A Loved One with Dementia: Insights and Tips for Teenagers"
by Jean Rawitt
"Power of Planning"
"The Power of Planning: Taking Control of Your Own Aging Journey" [57:08] is an educational seminar presented by The Seattle Public Library Foundation and King County Library System Foundation. Learn how to navigate the health, legal, and financial challenges that arise as we age with a Certified Care Manager and Elder Law Attorney
Digital Navigators are here to help you learn basic computer and internet skills and help you find low-cost Internet access and a computer if necessary. Meet with one of our library staff members online or by phone to get help using technology. Individual ½ hr appointments are now available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Schedule by clicking here or phone Ask KCLS at (800) 462-9600 to make an appointment.