September 14, 2023

Kline Galland’s 2022 Annual Report

We are pleased to share with you Kline Galland’s 2022 Annual Report to the Community. This latest edition of our Chai Lites Newsletter highlights the wonderful impact we have had serving our community. As a non-profit organization, we are deeply grateful for all your support. If you are on our mailing list, this edition of … Read More

August 18, 2023

AgeTech movement offers options to seniors who are aging in place

The use of technology usage amongst older adults has skyrocketed in recent years, spurred on even faster by the COVID-19 pandemic. This appetite for new technology is not likely to subside when the pandemic does, as the current population of seniors are much more familiar with technology and expect more out of it. Today, among … Read More

July 13, 2023

Kline Galland welcomes new Director of Volunteer Services, Jemilla Goldstein

At Kline Galland, our volunteers are integral to the team care offered to residents, patients and their families. Whether serving as a community volunteer at one of our facilities, or as a trained hospice volunteer, our volunteers’ gifts of time, companionship and support are invaluable. Joining our Kline Galland team this year, we are pleased … Read More

June 21, 2023

It Takes a Community

For more than a decade, 77% of seniors have continually reaffirmed their desire to age in place at home. There are many reasons to want to stay put: better budgets, neighborhood friends, protected independence, and fond memories are just a few. But remaining at home throughout the twilight years presents significant challenges; in addition to … Read More

June 1, 2023

Introducing Kline Galland’s Benaroya Community Services

Today, we are excited to unveil a new name for our community-based services program, which offers home health, home care, hospice and palliative care to seniors throughout King County. Going forward, these offerings will be a part of Kline Galland’s Benaroya Community Services, a designation created in honor of Rebecca and Jack Benaroya’s many years … Read More

May 10, 2023

Nurses Make a Difference

Some of the most influential individuals in health care have been nurses. A quick list includes luminaries like Florence Nightingale, who created the first science-based nursing school in the world, and Clara Barton, who founded the American Red Cross; it also includes trailblazers like Sojourner Truth, who promoted nurse training for African American freed women. … Read More

April 17, 2023

Be a Point of Light – Volunteer!

This week we celebrate the importance of volunteer service; it’s National Volunteer Week! Every day, people and causes inspire us by giving their time, talent, voice, and enthusiasm to make a difference in their communities. In fact, volunteering is an activity that benefits the givers as well as the recipients; health and social experts agree … Read More

February 28, 2023

What Makes a Good Professional Caregiver?

February celebrates professional home health and hospice workers with National Caregivers Day. Each year, on the third Friday in February, we recognize the individuals who selflessly devote time, energy, and compassion to ensure our loved ones are comfortable, safe, and happy. At some point, most of us will need someone to help care for us. … Read More

December 19, 2022

Thank you for helping turn a difficult year into a brilliant one

It’s been a challenging year for senior care facilities across the country. The entire industry is experiencing an historic era of workforce scarcity, forcing many skilled nursing units to lower their bed availabilities. However, that storyline is trending a lot more positive at Kline Galland, and it’s all thanks to our people. I am humbled … Read More

December 19, 2022

Try your hand at making rugelach!

The rugelach is a small, crescent-rolled pastry that is commonly filled with treats like nuts, chocolate, or jam. ‘Rugelach’ is a Yiddish word that translates to “little twists,” and the pastry’s origins are believed to trace back to 1683, around the same time the croissant was invented. Since then, it has become a favorite wherever … Read More