Understanding Beyond Language and Dementia

Gino Orsillo attends Full Life’s memory care program. He speaks Italian, little English, and is hard of hearing. Communication can be challenging, but somehow it all works out, and Gino enjoys going to what he calls his “new job.”
Moe Pocha

People of Full Life: Glenda ‘Moe’ Pocha

Glenda ‘Moe’ Pocha, Program Manager, Full Life Care Snohomish County Adult Day Health Center There are some powerful moments at work sometimes. Recently, I covered our memory care program. A staff member called out. I was just back from vacation and had so much to do that day. But clients always come first. A woman… Read More

Newsletter: Fall 2017

In the 2017 Fall Newsletter: Finding a Balance; Among Friends: A Sweet and Simple Story; Annual Benefit: Join us for Lunch; Nora’s Corner: Stronger Together.

Newsletter: Spring 2017

In the 2017 Spring Newsletter: When the Research Subject is You; Caregiver Training Conference; The Elves of ElderFriends; Realizing Our Values; Nora’s Corner: Millennials Make their Mark at Full Life Care.

Newsletter: Fall 2015

In the 2015 Fall Newsletter: Discovering Power in a Powerless Situation; Kindness is Part of the Journey; Building a Foundation for Friendship; Beer for a Cause: a Record-Breaking Success; Nora’s Corner: Supporting Our Amazing Caregivers.