September 30, 2021

Booster shot clinics confirmed at Kline Galland Home and The Summit at First Hill

With the highly contagious Delta variant circulating, the CDC is recommending all people living and working in long-term care get a booster shot. This is good news for Kline Galland as it will help protect our community and prolong the durability of the COVID-19 vaccine.  COVID-19 booster shot clinics have been confirmed at The Summit … Read More

September 30, 2021

Distinguished Speaker Series with Dr. Hope Druckman and Dr. Ari Robicsek

The ever-changing landscape of the COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult to navigate the medical landscape for seniors. In response, Kline Galland is excited to announce the next live forum in our Distinguished Speaker Series: The impacts of COVID-19 on seniors and older adults, from a regional and local perspective. Kline Galland’s Hospice Medical Director … Read More

September 1, 2021

WE instead of ME: Why Vaccinations are More Important Than Ever

From the Desk of Jeff Cohen, CEO  The steep rise of COVID-19 cases due to the highly contagious delta variant is troubling and cause for urgent action. According to the Washington State Department of Health, an estimated 2,700 new cases are reported daily, and hospital occupancy is at the highest levels seen to date in … Read More

September 1, 2021

Explaining commonly confused terms in senior care with Pam Swanborn

The world of long-term care can be daunting and confusing to navigate, especially for those who are new to it. What is Home Health? How does that differ from Home Care? How is a Home Care aid different from a Home Health nurse? Does my loved one need Palliative Care or Hospice Care? What do … Read More

June 3, 2021

The Latest with our Kline Galland Volunteer Program

Alyssa Bobman Cohen is no stranger to the volunteer program at Kline Galland. In fact, she began volunteering when she was only 12 years old. She is now Kline Galland’s Director of Volunteer Services and shared some insights on what has happened over the past year, where the program is headed, and the incredibly important … Read More