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Our Partners

Alzheimer's Association - Western and Central WA Chapter

Senior Services refers its clients to the Alzheimer’s 24/7 HelpLine, where, at any time of the day or night, consumers can find a well-informed, compassionate professional ready to help. The Chapter is dedicated to increasing awareness about memory loss and dementia and to providing support and services to people living with the disease.  Services are provided at no charge.

Aging and Disability Services

The designated Seattle/King County Area Agency on Aging. ADS plans, coordinates, and advocates for a comprehensive service delivery system for older adults, family caregivers and people with disabilities. They partner with Senior Services on a variety of important pilot and ongoing programs that are instrumental in testing and bringing new and improved services to consumers.

King County Metro

King County Metro's mission is to provide the best possible public transportation services and improve regional mobility and quality of life in King County.  They partner with Senior Services' Transportation program to bring community based transportation to King County seniors and people with disabilities.  Please read about our successful Hyde Shuttles on the Transportation page. 

Full Life Care

This long-term partner helps frail adults stay in their own homes, with their families, through an extensive network of day programs and supported living homes with respectful, loving staff. Full Life Care also provides geriatric consultation, in-home care, and volunteer companion services.

United Way of King County

The United Way of King County mobilizes our community in ways that no single agency, individual, or government can to enhance the ability of people to care for one another.

University of Washington Health Promotion Research Center


Healthy Aging Partnership


Group Health Cooperative


Northwest Center for Creative Aging (NCCA)

NCCA helps older adults find their purpose and live their potential by facilitating conversation, fostering connections, and serving as an educational resource.

National Council on Aging


Seattle Human Services Coalition


King County Alliance for Human Services


The Institute on Aging at the University of Washington

The Institute on Aging at the University of Washington is an interdisciplinary center dedicated to research and teaching on aging. Its mission is to improve the quality of life for older adults in the Pacific Northwest. This institute focuses on issues that remain major challenges for researchers, educators, practitioners and policy makers in aging.

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