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Advisory Council

Seattle King County Advisory Council on Aging and Disability Services Area Agency on Aging

The Seattle-King County Advisory Council for Aging & Disability Services advocates for local, state, and national programs that promote quality of life for older people and adults with disabilities.

What is the Advisory Council?

We are a 27-member volunteer council appointed by the City of Seattle, King County, and United Way to advise Aging and Disability Services—the Area Agency on Aging for King County.

What Advisory Council members do?

Advocating for age-friendly communities

Key link between the community and the Area Agency on Aging

Aging and Disability Services—the Area Agency on Aging for King County—is funded by federal, state, and city sources to provide an extensive range of programs and services, including adult day services, caregiver support, case management, Community Living Connections, elder abuse prevention, health maintenance, health promotion, legal services, nutrition services, senior centers, and transportation. For services, contact Community Living Connections at 1-844-348-5464.

Area Agency on Aging (AAA) Advisory Councils are mandated by the Older Americans Act of 1965 as part of the Aging Network.

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