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Yoga & Movement with Beth Award
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206-949-7084

"As a yoga and movement instructor, my mission is to assist people so that they feel better in their bodies. In public classes, private instruction, and workshops, I draw from yoga, biomechanics, deep tissue release, and strength education to address discomfort and imbalances. My clear instruction style stems from a desire to make what I teach as accessible as possible. I want to support students' capacities to trust their own innate intelligence, and to cultivate an appropriate balance of strength and flexibility.
In the last 3 years, I have worked one-on-one with students ranging from 60-94 years of age. I am skilled at adapting movement and postures, and use a number of props to achieve desired outcomes such as creating better joint movement, "un-sticking" connective tissue, or mobilizing muscles for support, to name just a few. I have taught yoga since 2003 and am a Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 200) through Yoga Alliance. By spring of 2017 I will have completed my E-RYT 500 hour training through Seattle Yoga Arts (www.seattleyogaarts.com), one of the oldest and most respected yoga studios in the city." -- Beth Award

Washington State Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program
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PO Box 23699, Federal Way, Washington state 98093
1-800-562-6028

Every state is required to have an Office of the Long-Term Care (LTC) Ombudsman to address complaints and advocate for improvements in the long-term care system.

Among our duties we are charged with:
Coordinating the activities of LTC ombudsmen throughout the state, protecting the confidentiality of records, establishing a statewide uniform reporting system to collect and analyze data relating to complaints and conditions in facilities, and providing resources to empower individuals, families and the community to ensure the safety and dignity of all residents in long-term care settings.

In addition to receiving and responding to complaints filed with our office, we also conduct independent research and advocate before the legislature on behalf of the dignity and quality of life of all people receiving care in nursing homes, assisted living facilities and boarding and adult family homes. We monitor the work of state agencies that manage facility licensing, inspections, complaint investigations, and enforcements and their policy and regulatory development.

Washington State Dept. of Social & Health Services (DSHS)
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PO Box 11699, Tacoma, Washington state 98411-6699

Areas of focus include food, cash and medical needs; housing assistance; child support; youth services; adult care; mental and addiction services; and disability support.

Wallingford Community Senior Center
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4649 Sunnyside Ave N, Seattle, WA, USA, Suite 140, Washington state 98103
(206) 461-7825

Whether you are looking to learn something new, eat healthy and exercise to stay in shape, or play fun games with friends, you can find it at Wallingford Community Senior Center!

WCSC offers affordable – and some free! – opportunities. Here, you can meet and connect with friends while discovering new interests or refining old ones. You can also share a nutritious meal and stay active and healthy in a friendly and vibrant environment.

View our calendarfor the full schedule of what’s happening here at WCSC. For a general overview of our programs, read our current newsletter.

Call 206-461-7825 for more information about our programs. Need transportation? Call us.

Learn more and register for programs by email: register@wallingfordseniors.org

Volunteer Services
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100 23rd Avenue South, Seattle, WA, USA, Washington state 98144
206-328-5787

Volunteer Services is a program of Catholic Community Services committed to providing in-home chore assistance to elders and adults with disabilities, helping them to remain in their own home for as long as safely possible.

Who qualifies for Volunteer Services?
Volunteer Services uses the following criteria to prioritize services:

  • Age 65 or older, or 18 years of age and living with a functional disability (including temporary disabilities).
  • Live independently in your own residence.
  • Monthly income of around $1,000 per month or less for a single-person household, and $1,500 or less for a couple.*

*VS does not have strict financial criteria -- its purpose is to serve as a safety net for those who do not qualify for DSHS chore services (COPES) and cannot afford to pay for private chore services themselves. Volunteer Services considers factors such as medical expenses to determine eligibility.

VILLAGE GREEN retirement campus
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35419 1st Avenue South,, federal way, washington, Washington state 98003
253 838 3700

the natural choice for senior living

University United Church of Christ
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University Congregational United Church of Christ, 16th Ave NE, Seattle, WA, USA, 4515 16th Ave NE, Washington state 98105-4201
Phone – 206-524-2322

A UCC Church in the University district that is actively open and affirming of LGBTQ folks. This is a great place to church if you are looking for an inclusive community with a wide variety of events for singles, families with children and seniors!  Their facilities are handicap accessible. Check out their website!

https://universityucc.org/

United Churches Emergency Fund aka North End Emergency Fund
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4515 16th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA, USA, Washington state 98105
(206) 524-7885

We believe that everybody deserves a home. Since 1986, United Churches Emergency Fund has devoted its energy to passionately advocate for the prevention of homelessness.

UCEF was created in 1986 to provide information, referral and financial assistance to people in need residing in Northeast Seattle and to the homeless, without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status or disability.

PREVENTTION IS KEY! Our focus is to provide eviction protection to keep families and individuals from becoming homeless or to provide assistance to homeless families and individuals moving into housing.

We also offer the following items:

  • Bus tickets
  • Snack packs
  • Hygiene kits
  • Clothing vouchers

All of these items can be received every other month.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
We can provide $150 of assistance with rent, utilities or move in costs to people living in the zipcodes of 98103, 98105, 98115 and 98125.

We can help once in a 12 month period and 3 times in a lifetime.

Please bring a current ID and a 6 month to one year lease or a current utility bill.

Please arrive between 10:30 and 12:15 to allow time for paperwork.

​Funds are limited

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