Thankfully, help for seniors in need

A friend of mine in her 60s is physically disabled and has not been able to work. Until recently, her father, in his 80s, has been able to help her. This, unfortunately, is no longer the case. This has been devastating for her.

I was able to obtain a copy of the “Senior Source Resource Guide,” which provides resources for the elderly. I cannot tell you how helpful they have been.

Until recently, I didn’t know these resources existed. I would like to let others who are helping loved ones, or seniors themselves who need help to get a copy — call 425-513-1900. It has been the answer to my prayers.

Thank you to all of them who are helping make life better for seniors in need.

Rhonda Niles

Everett

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