Links You Can Use
Employment and Older Workers
The AARP website's "Money and Work" section includes information about midlife career changes, finding a job, age discrimination, and suggestions for employees who are also family caregivers.
The U.S. Administration on Aging offers resources and information for older adults and employers in "Workforce and Aging Information Notes."
The Washington State Employment Security Department Labor Market Information website discusses "Older Workers and Elderly Workers" in our state.
"Workplace generation gap: Understand differences among colleagues"in the Mayo Clinic Online website offers insights into lessening workplace tensions when people of different generations work side by side.
September 25 - October 1 is National Adult Immunization Awareness Week
As the flu season approaches, information about this year's vaccines and the spread of influenza will appear on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website's Influenza Information Center. Information will also shortly be released to promote National Adult Immunization Awareness Week.
More information about immunization can be found on the websites of the National Partnership for Immunization and the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID). NFID now offers Campaign Kit 2005 to promote immunization during 2005.
Healthy Aging Month
The Healthy Aging Campaign's official website offers resources and information about this national campaign, as well as information for consumers.
The CDC website also includes a section about healthy aging, as well as Healthy Aging:Preventing Disease and Improving Quality of Life Among Older Americans, a report on the top five strategies for improving the health and quality of life of America's seniors.
Access Services in Seattle-King County
Help is just a click away! These websites can direct you to resources for older adults, their families and caregivers.
Resources for Older Adults, Adults with Disabilities, and their Families and Caregivers
Senior Services Caregiver Outreach and Support Program
TTY: (206) 448-5025
Senior Information and Assistance
Telephone: (206) 448-3110
1-888-435-3377 (WA only)
(206) 448-5025 (TTY)
The Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens
Summer 2005 Spotlight newsletter
Crisis Clinic Caregiver Services
How to Reach Crisis Clinic
TTD: (206) 461-3219
Chinese Information and Service Center
Asian Counseling and Referral Service
Evergreen Care Network (for residents of East King County)
See the Seniors Digest Resources Directory for more!