From AmeriCorps to Med School

James Abe served in AmeriCorps at Full Life Care’s South Branch Adult Day Health Center. Now he’s on a journey toward becoming a physician focused on helping vulnerable adults with lifelong disabilities.

Engaging Communities, One Ride at a Time

Nitzan moved from the southwest to Seattle last September to serve with Full Life’s AmeriCorps Team. As the community engagement specialist at Sound Generations, she engages with isolated seniors in the community to connect them to free transportation assistance.
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AmeriCorps Leads Health Management Course

Updated: April 26, 2019. Thousands of adults across Puget Sound live with one or more chronic health conditions. Full Life Care is hosting a 6-week Chronic Disease Self-Management Course to help individuals, caregivers and family members manage symptoms of those conditions and to improve quality of life. Each participant will receive a free book, Living… Read More
Sam Parker

Team AmeriCorps: Why I Serve by Sam Parker

In my position at Seattle Housing Authority as the aging-in-place specialist, I engage residents in community activities at 22 senior buildings. As a part of an Aging-in-Place Initiative, I coordinate with residents on a range of activities, from CPR trainings to watercolor classes.
Nitzan Barlev

Team AmeriCorps: Why I Serve by Nitzan Barlev

I’m supporting a new volunteer transportation program that allows older adults from lesser-served communities to live independently. I conduct outreach in diverse residential buildings, community centers and senior centers to sign up drivers and clients.
Molly Corwin

Team AmeriCorps: Why I Serve by Molly Corwin

I decided to join AmeriCorps because I wanted to give back to my community in a meaningful way. I joined Full Life’s team because I have always enjoyed working with kids with disabilities, and wanted to experience working with an older population.
Kieme Eligwe

Team AmeriCorps: Why I Serve by Kieme Eligwe

I like being a part of the Full Life Care AmeriCorps team because it presents the opportunity to become active in our community, as well as create a place of comfortability for social engagements. I am currently coordinating a six-week Chronic Disease Self-Management Course.
Erika Stover

Team AmeriCorps: Why I Serve by Erika Stover

A favorite part of my service experience is getting to meet many different residents, who all have so many stories to tell and experiences to share. I never know what to expect to hear throughout my day. It can range from talking about current events to reminiscing about old cars and anything in between.