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Mission Statement

Full Life Care is a non-profit working toward a future where adults with chronic and terminal illnesses or disabilities can be compassionately supported in their communities rather than living in isolation or having to resort to institutional care. Full Life Care is dedicated to enhancing individuals' quality of life, respecting their dignity, and providing for them with care and compassion.


Full Life Care services include adult day health, home care, volunteer companionship, and housing stabilization for clients in Washington state (Snohomish County, King County, and Pierce County).




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Would you recommend Full Life Care?

by jAMES S. (January 30, 2021)
A position opening posted here on 1/27/2021, just 3 days later, on 1/30, shows NO POSITIONS AVAILBLE. This is very odd.
by Mary Catherine B. from Pinson, AL (May 7, 2020)
The Volenteer Supervisor contacted me the same day I registered and send me an email. Already sent 20 cards due on the 15th and hope to send more for the next date. Very easy to work with, easy instructions and can use basic writing prompts or write your own.
by Leidy T. from CO (May 5, 2020)
Is an interesting idea to change the world and make people feel better.
by Kim C. (May 19, 2019)
It’s sad to observe the staff in the room I volunteer to, read the news paper, talk about how hungry they are, what they’ll do for the weekend while not interacting with the clients. Also you hear stop, quit, shush, quit cursing...... You don’t hear positive reinforcement with the clients/patients. I try to reinforce positive role model in and they don’t get it I’ve only been there two weeks. I do not want this to be shared with my name in it because I am planning to volunteer, at least my three months. But I feel supervisors need to keep a little bit more eyes and ears open with the staff.
by TONG L. (September 26, 2013)
they have very helpful/ fridendly staffs i had a good start of building up my resume there ;D