Dementia, memory loss and Alzheimer’s greatly impact individuals as well as their families and friends. Find resources that minimize loneliness and offer support.
Eastside Legal Assistance Program recently hosted a webinar concerning tenant rights and state and federal moratoria around evictions, etc during COVID-19. King County Library System is including the webinar for your information.
Tracing your family history is becoming a more accessible activity and is a perfect project to get lost in while you stay at home. Ancestry.com is free to use from home with KCLS!
All of us have friends or family who need extra care. King County Long-Term Care Ombudsman provides advocacy, advice, medication referrals, and follow-up actions.
Volunteering in King County is a great way to connect, feel useful and help those in need. There are many ways you can contribute from the comfort and safety of your own home.
During a crisis, it's often hard to focus. Use KCLS's Hoopla, ebook and audiobook lists, as well as Kanopy for stress, mindfulness, and meditation.
Staying home is the right thing to do to protect yourself and your community while navigating a pandemic. But, while our body is protected within our four walls
With schools and community programs closed during this statewide stay at home many people, and especially kids, are looking for food. Here's a link to resources
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