Living Well with Chronic Illness Workshop

A FREE six week workshop starting Feb. 15th 12:45-3:00pm thru March 22,2017. The workshops are held at the Lynnwood Senior Center at 19000 44th Ave West Lynnwood WA. 98036

Learn to manage your health and live a better life. You will learn to:

  • Exercise safely
  • Manage your medications
  • Make and achieve goals
  • Deal with depression
  • Communicate effectively

Contact Shannon Reynolds at 425.265.2283 to register by Feb. 10th 2017.


Subaru and Meals on Wheels “Share the Love” to provide food and friendship to homebound residents of Snohomish County.


Imagine your parent or grandparent living without basic needs like food – that is the harsh reality for too many seniors in Snohomish County that rely on Meals on Wheels.


Through #SharetheLove, Subaru and its retailers will have donated nearly $90 million, making the world a much better place for countless people, places and pets in need.    How does the #SharetheLove Subaru event work? Through Jan. 3, Subaru will donate $250 for every new Subaru vehicle sold or leased.


The best part: the customer chooses which nonprofit receives the donation resulting from their purchase, and Meals on Wheels of Snohomish County is on the list! That means participating Meals on Wheels America members, including Senior Services of Snohomish County, will receive a share of the money raised by Subaru in their states. So if you were in the market for a new Subaru, plan on SharingtheLove with your favorite nonprofit! If you buy or lease a Subaru, the choice is yours on which charity(ies) to support!


Senior Services of Snohomish County operates this vital program throughout Lynnwood, Everett, Marysville, and all cities in the county. 


Your support allows the agency to continue serving the over 1,000 people already receiving services, and additional funds = more people and need off the wait list. 


If you have a desire to help others and enjoy driving, you may be just the right person for us!  We are hiring drivers for our DART program, funded by Community Transit. Full-time and part-time opportunities are available to provide safe and reliable transportation for frail, elderly, disabled and/or vulnerable adults.   Commercial Licensed (A,B,C) drivers with Passenger Endorsements are encouraged to apply, but if you don’t have these credentials, don’t worry.  WE will PAY YOU to TRAIN while you learn the skills required for this type of license.  Earn up to $1,000hiring bonus and enjoy competitive wages and great benefits.  Pay is union scale, starts at $13.48 per hour and increases to $16.31 per hour at six months.  

This position is considered safety sensitive under the U.S. Department of Transportation and is subject to drug and alcohol testing under both DOT and Senior Services of Snohomish County authority; this position must pass physical examination and drug/alcohol testing, as well as a criminal history.  For further information including job requirements and to apply on-line go to

Senior Services of Snohomish County is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Being unable to stand makes it difficult for Lenna Arsenault to cook. As such, she relies on the frozen meals that Senior Services Meals on Wheels driver Jane Slager brings to the door each week.

“It’s a godsend. I’m not kidding you,” she said. “When you can’t get up, it’s just a godsend.”

Click here to read the full story published in the Daily Herald on August 28th.