The Washington State Department of Health has a website to help Washingtonians determine when they qualify for and where to get the COVID-19 vaccination.

“We are committed to continuing to support caregivers through the evolving situation associated with the coronavirus. When it comes to COVID-19, older people are especially vulnerable to severe illness. One important way to lower the risk of older family members catching COVID-19 is to limit in-person visits. But this may be tough for older adults who cherish time spent with friends and family members. To help older adults feel involved, our caregiver always encouraged the client’s friends and family to telephone and ask how she/he is doing, write notes or send cards to lift their spirits. Especially when they received care packages from KWA, they felt connected and cared.”

— King County

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The health and safety of KWA clients and employees are very important to us and we want to share information on how we will continue to serve you amid concerns of the COVID-19. We are closely monitoring the spread of the COVID-19 and following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and local government agencies in the communities we serve. This is an on-going, ever-evolving situation therefore this document is subject to immediate change, revision, and updates. It is important to note that these actions are precautionary in order to slow the spread of the virus and that KWA does not have any reported cases of COVID-19 at this time.

Together we can keep each other safe and healthy.

In an effort to minimize person-to-person contact, effective March 19, 2020, KWA will lock all office doors to outside employees and visitors. Admin and approved staff will have access to their workspaces. A sign with office contact information will be placed on each regional office door indicating the policy and directions on who to call. If you would like contact information for each location, visit our locations page. 

Caregivers and visitors will be directed to call each office’s main number to arrange service needed such as obtaining timesheets, supplies, application signatures, etc.

These steps are intended to keep everyone safe and healthy. We will do everything in our power to assist those who need assistance, answers, and care during this time.