In the U.S., 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 each day. Are you prepared to grow old? How can you avoid outliving your resources? Can you maintain your independence? In this one-hour special, Seattle Channel presents a guide to navigating the challenges of aging in Seattle. In three vignettes, we look at what it means to live alone, with a caregiver, and in an assisted-care facility. We also hear from a panel of aging and senior-issues experts about trends in healthcare, local resources and the complex matters to consider when caring for a senior parent or family member.
Dwayne Clark, Chairman & CEO, Aegis Living
Karen I. Fredriksen-Goldsen, Ph.D., Professor, University of Washington
Paula Houston, Ed.D., CEO, Sound Generations
Maureen Linehan, Director, Aging & Disability Services, City of Seattle
Community Living Connections
The City of Seattle is part of the Community Living Connections network, offering an extensive, reliable network for aging and disability services in the King County area.
Pathways Information & Assistance
Free personalized support to help King County seniors, people with disabilities, and those who care for them maintain independence and improve their quality of life.
Generations with Pride
Developing and testing the first evidence-based trainings for providers of care to LGBTQ older adults and their families.