Our Caregivers And Staff

When it comes to Parkinson's disease caregiving, the road is often winding and filled with unexpected turns, especially in the bustling city of Seattle. As caregivers, we navigate this path daily, armed with patience and perseverance. The journey is...

As Thanksgiving approaches, bringing with it a time of reflection and familial warmth, With a Little Help turns the spotlight on an invaluable aspect of senior well-being—gratitude. This season, we're reminded that thankfulness is more than...

Thanksgiving in Seattle brings a chill in the air, a warmth in our hearts, and a time to express gratitude. This year, let’s shine a spotlight on a group that embodies the spirit of giving year-round: our caregivers. They are the unsung heroes in the...

2020 was quite a year! It was a year of unknowns, a year of learning and adapting, and a year of reality checks. Many of us thought the pandemic would last a few months, maybe a year – and here we are, four months into...

Lori has been a caregiver for With A Little Help for nine and a half years.  After working as a massage therapist for 23 years and an acupuncturist for six years, some of the physical aspects of those jobs had taken a toll on her....

Hello All, The new year is upon us, and as we reflect on 2020, what a challenging year it was. The suffering, loss, fear, and upheaval that COVID brought impacted every one of us. The isolation and lack of physical and social interaction. The political divisiveness...

For Heather, caregiving has always been part of her personality.  She previously worked with emotionally disturbed teens and also assisted those in need through a domestic violence hotline – in addition to also working in schools as an instructional aide for children with disabilities. It's...

Hello friends and colleagues, The leaves are falling, the days are getting shorter, the kids are in school (kind of) and this tumultuous year is beginning to wind down. I hope this message finds you safe and in as good spirits as possible during these ever...