City of Seattle
NEST’s sister village, located west of I-5, serving seniors in the neighborhoods of Phinney Ridge, Greenwood, Ballard, Broadview, and Bitter Lake.
Seattle’s third village! Located in Central Seattle, this village serves those living in zip codes 98101, 98102, 98104, 98112, 98122, and 98144.
Lifelong Recreation – Seattle Parks and Recreation
Providing Fitness and Social Programs for people 50 and older.
Lifetime Learning Center
Non-profit in North Seattle proving quality cultural, educational, physical, and social activities for older adults with inquisitive minds
AARP – Seattle
Your connection to local AARP programs and services.
City of Seattle Human Services
Information on Seattle’s Promoting Healthy Aging initiative.
The Gold Card program provides discounts for senior citizens and adults with disabilities in Seattle.
Seattle Public Library
Your portal to all the events and happenings at your local library.
Sound Generations (formerly Senior Services of King County)
Provides King County seniors with information about wellness, nutrition, home repair, senior center activities, day health centers, and home-sharing and services for caregivers and families.
King County Seniors Online
Provides helpful links and information about discounts, offers, and happenings for seniors in the Seattle area.
AgeWise King County
Monthly newsletter covering topics on aging.
Area Agency on Aging for Seattle and King County (Aging and Disability Services)
ADS provides information on the latest research around aging, as well as information on programs and events within King County.
Community Living Connections
A network that helps adults facing aging and disability issues get the information and support they need to make informed decisions. Community Living Connections provides anyone who calls a caring, highly-trained specialist who will give them easy access to information, individual consultation and service options. Staff can also help you determine if you’re eligible for programs, services and public benefits.
King County Caregiver Support Network
The King County Caregiver Support Network helps unpaid caregivers of adults age 18 and older. By helping to reduce caregiver stress, the network enables care receivers to remain at home and independent. The King County Caregiver Network comprises service providers who receive funding from the Area Agency on Aging for Seattle-King County to provide community-based support.
Eastside Neighbors Network
A virtual village serving residents of Bellevue.
Senior Care Coalition
A comprehensive network of senior care providers in Washington State.
End of Life Washington
Support and information for end-of-life planning.
Alzheimer’s Association – Western and Central Washington State
Find support, and resources for those with Alzheimer’s and their loved ones.
The Village to Village Network
Connect here with Villages that are sprouting up in communities across the country.
National Council on Aging – NCOA
Working to improve the health and economy of older adults through programming both educational and enriching.
A tool to help you research side effects and FDA recalls for many medications.
Rheumatoid Arthritis Support Network
Committed to raising Rheumatoid Arthritis awareness by ensuring health resources worldwide have the most accurate, and well-researched arthritis information available.