S.O.A.R (Shared Outdoor Adventures for Resilience)

Union Bay Natural Area, University District, Seattle (van ride available)

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  Thursday, February 29, 2024   10:00am - 11:00am ( 1 hrs )

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With the S.O.A.R. (Shared Outdoor Adventures for Resilience) Program, reinforce your strengths and connect with others through monthly small group hikes and other outdoor adventures in the Seattle area. This program is for people diagnosed with Alzheimer's before age 65, alongside a family member or friend. Hikes are up to 3-4 miles, fairly flat, and within 1 hour drive of Seattle. Optional van transportation available from Jefferson Community Center on Seattle's Beacon Hill, 3801 Beacon Ave S; participants can also meet at the trailhead. Space is limited and advance registration is required. A free program. Questions: Contact Marigrace Becker, mbecker1@uw.edu. 206-543-2440. 

A program of the UW Memory & Brain Wellness Center, with hikes led by a Lifelong Recreation Specialist from Seattle Parks and Recreation.

This program made possible through support from the I'm Still Here Foundation.

Thurs 2/29/24: Union Bay Natural Area, University District, Seattle

10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. with van ride from Seattle's Jefferson Community Center, or meet at hike location at 10:30 a.m.

Enjoy 2-3 miles of easy walking trails alongside Lake Washington, with bird watching, nature observation and labyrinth. 

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