Adult Day Health - Medical and rehabilitation program for physically and/or mentally limited seniors. Call 425-388-7307 for more information.
Case Management - Helps eligible disabled adults obtain state funded home care services which allow them to remain in their own homes. Assists functionally impaired adults in obtaining and using necessary support services. Home care services can include help with walking, bathing, cooking, housework, etc.
Chore / COPES / Medicaid Personal Care - State and federally funded programs that provide household and personal care services to enable clients to remain at home. Call 425-513-1900 for more information.
Daybreak Respite Program - Offers individuals caring for senior adults with physical and/or memory limitations a break during the day.
Family Caregiver Programs - The purpose of the Family Caregiver Programs are to support families and other unpaid caregivers to continue providing quality, safe, long-term care to adults with functional disabilities. Call 425-290-1240 for more information.
Geriatric Depression Screening - Program which provides one-on-one testing for depression among people 60 years of age and older. Call 425-740-3787 for more information.
Legal Services - Legal assistance and representation on government benefit issues, etc. Call 888-387-7111 for more information.
Nursing Services - Provides oversight visits and trains personal care aides. Call 425-388-7239 for more information.
Nutrition Programs - Home delivered meals (Meals-on-Wheels) and groceries, and congregate meal sites throughout the county. Call 425-347-1229 for more information.
Respite Care Program - Provides relief for families or other caregivers of disabled adults. Call 425-290-1240 for more information.
Senior Center Directory (PDF) - Centers offer a variety of social, recreational, and educational programs. Call 425-388-6433 for more information.