Wsc, Full Life Care Team - Healthy Aging Project

Americorps Seattle , WA 98113

Posted 3 days ago

Full Life is a Seattle based nonprofit committed to creating a future where adults with serious illnesses or disabilities can be supported in the community rather than living in isolation or needing to resort to institutional care. We strive to ensure our clients lead independent, purposeful lives and provide for them with care and compassion.

We are currently recruiting 8 compassionate individuals to join our team to ensure that those facing serious illness and disability maintain their highest quality of life and independence. Our AmeriCorps team addresses a constellation of challenges associated with social isolation by facilitating one-on-one and group activities that engage adults in effective, evidence-based programs. Our members promote health, wellness, and independence through programs that increase physical activity and social connection.

We place members in positions throughout a network of services for older adults and adults with disabilities. Our positions are located throughout the city of Seattle and the surrounding region at Full Life Care sites and at our impactful partner organizations. To see an updated list of our positions, visit These positions are contingent on funding.

Terms :

Permits working at another job during off hours . Service Areas :

Health , Community Outreach , Housing , Elder Care . Skills :

Community Organization , Public Health , Team Work , Social Services .

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