2018 Annual Report

Transition and growth were abundant at Full Life Care in 2018. We marked one year of affiliation with Transforming Age. As partners stronger together, Full Life Care, along with Transforming Age and its affiliates, discerns how best to live our mission and bring the greatest benefits to a growing number of people.
2017 Annual Report

2017 Annual Report

2017 was a year of growth and positive change as we expanded our services to help individuals remain living in the community as independently as possible.
2016 Annual Report

2016 Annual Report

We took a closer look at our community in 2016, and a few of those snapshots appear in this report. Our community is a tightly woven network of participants, staff, volunteers, and supporters like you. Their enthusiasm for our vision is key to our success.

2015 Annual Report

With our growing programs, we increased revenue in 2015. We hired a new CFO to ensure our continued growth is properly supported. We’ve re-evaluated some of our stale accounts receivable and decreased lag time of our accounts payable.

2014 Annual Report

We are several years out of the Great Recession, but as any non-profit will tell you, the recession’s effects have lingered for quite some time. Unflagging support from constituents like you and Barb Claitman – whose bequest has been a model for our ongoing planned giving campaign – has proven to be key to our success in 2014.

2013 Annual Report

In 2013, we talked to Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria about starting our first Alzheimer’s Café – an enriching experience for persons living with dementia and their care partners – at its Columbia City location. They give us an easy-to-order menu, dedicated space, and lower the house music when we have singalongs. Luther’s Table in Renton and Pagliacci Pizza in Edmonds followed suit.

2012 Annual Report

In 2012, Full Life was fortunate to receive invaluable support from members of the Lutheran Volunteer Corps and Jesuit Volunteer Corps. We reached a milestone in developing volunteerism in our agency when Washington Service Corps awarded Full Life 10 AmeriCorps positions through its Healthy Futures Special Initiative.

2011 Annual Report

As state and federal budgets seek to control costs, we know that our prevention-based approach will be a critical part of the evolving models of community-based long-term care. The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services reports a per capita health cost savings of 63% after only six months of participation in Full Life’s adult day health programs.

2010 Annual Report

In 2010 we finished laying the groundwork to change our name from ElderHealth Northwest to Full Life Care. Over two years, with guidance from expert volunteers from the Taproot Foundation, we took a close look at both our service array and the families who use our programs to keep their loved ones as healthy as possible and living in the community.