Adult Day Health programs keep you active.Care Teams mobilizes small groups of trained volunteers to provide social, emotional, and practical support for unpaid family caregivers. The result is an opportunity to relieve caregiver isolation, fatigue, and burnout, and establish a trusted network of support for both the caregiver and care receiver long-term.

This program receives funding from the King County Veterans Seniors and Human Services Levy.


“As a caregiver, it is great to have the Full Life volunteers come in and spend time with us. My sister enjoys the social interactions and creative activities. I can leave the house without worrying, knowing there is a responsible, non-judgmental, and kind person there.” – Jean, Caregiver 


Respite Services for Caregivers

Care Teams volunteers collaborate with Caregivers to offer customized support for caregiver respite, including:

  • Sharing creative activities or interests, lending a helping hand, or offering social companionship.
  • Helping to ensure favorite activities and events don’t fall by the wayside.
  • Improving the quality of life for both caregivers and care receivers.


Refer a Caregiver: We are accepting new referrals for unpaid family caregivers caring for a senior (age 55+) or caring for a veteran, service member, or their families in King County.

Refer a Caregiver


Volunteer to Join a Care Team: With a commitment of 4 volunteer hours a month for a dedicated time of one year, you can make a difference in a caregiver’s life. You are welcome to join as an individual or sign up with a group of friends, family, or colleagues.

Be a Care Teams Volunteer