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◂  February 2024

All-Region Combined CLC Network Meeting

Published by: sabamiradmin


Tanya McGee

The next combined all Regions (South King County, East King County and North King County/Seattle) CLC (Community Living Connections) network meeting will be via zoom on Wednesday, February 28th with Neighborhood House, and Sound Generations co-hosting from 10AM to noon on Zoom.

This meeting will be a great opportunity to get updates on happenings and to get to know other professionals, community members, and resources in King County. Here is more information about the Community Living Connections Network, , including network providers, services provided, and the “find an advocate” tool. CLC provides services to older adults of any age, younger disabled clients over 18yrs and caregivers in King County.

To RSVP, Zoom link is below. For this meeting you will need to pre-register.

Register in advance for this meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

If you need translation or other accommodations, please let us know by Wednesday, February 14th.



  • 10:00AM – 10:15AM

Introductions and CLC Overview

  • 10:15AM – 10:25AM


The world’s first human composting funeral home—based in the Sodo neighborhood of Seattle

Laura Sullivan Cassidy ( she/her), Outreach & Community

  • 10:25AM – 10:35AM

Property Tax Resources – King County Department of Assessments

State law provides 2 tax benefit programs for senior citizens and persons with disabilities. The King County Department of Assessments can assist with property tax exemptions for seniors, persons with disabilities, and disabled veterans.

Emily Duenas-Dahlgren (she/her), Assessments Unit Supervisor – Customer Service

  • 10:35AM – 10:45AM

Energy Assistance Resources – Multi-Service Center (MSC)

The Multi-Service Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization helping to strengthen communities throughout South King County. Their energy assistance program can help with bills for electricity, gas, propane, wood, and oil.

Harmony Notoa, Emergency Services Specialist

  • 10:45AM – 10:55AM

Breakout Rooms

  • 10:55AM – 11:15AM

Alzheimer’s Association

Erica Farrell, ( she/her) MSW, Sr Clinical Manager | Alzheimer’s Association, Washington State Chapter

  • 11:15AM – 11:35AM

GRAT (Geriatric Reginal Assessment Team)  –  Sound Generations

GRAT offers outreach, comprehensive assessment and early intervention for aging adults who are escalating toward crisis

Jams Stuivenga, MSW, LSWAIC (they/them), Clinical Supervisor

  • 11:35AM – 11:55AM

Dementia Legal Planning Project – Washington State Pro Bono Council

Dementia Legal Planning assists people who are 60 years and older and/or people with dementia of any age with free legal help with Powers of Attorney for Finances and Health Care, Health Care Directives, and Dementia Directives

Jill Miesner, Dementia Legal Planning Project Coordinator

  • 11:55AM – 12:00PM

Closing Remarks/Wrap-up

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