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Counseling Awareness Month

Counselors, psychologists, support groups, share groups?  When you see these words, what immediately comes to mind?  Is it feelings of being afraid, uneasy, or connectedness and hopefulness?  Your answer might reveal your internal attitude toward sharing your grief, sadness, or life experiences with another human.  For some of us, it comes naturally…this connecting to others... Read More


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MS Doesn’t Have To Be A Mess – Part One

Part One: The What, Where, and Why of MS in the Pacific Northwest Written by: Charles Hitztaler, AHC RN Supervisor Here in the Pacific Northwest multiple sclerosis (MS) is a serious disease affecting many individuals. We Washingtonians point our fingers at every facet of our lives and environment from the water we drink to the air we breathe. However, the true cause of MS continues... Read More

Reliable Caregivers

“Just wanting to say thank you to many of you.  We truly do think of you often with a smile in our hearts. Because of you, we were able to wind down in the evening and sleep through the night without worrying that mom’s care would be lessened by our absence. Thanks for being reliable caregivers.” –Ellen and Dave B., Olympia Read More  Read More

Support for Veterans

“I did not know the VA offered this kind of support to guys like me who have limited mobility. Advanced Health Care helps me eight hours a week now and everything gets done, the house is clean, I am happy, and I get help when I need it. Everything is working really well.” Michael P. – AHC Client  Read More

Steady, Caring & Supportive

“I wanted to tell you again how satisfied – no, how tremendously appreciative we are of all the work that Sally does for us. My mother often comments on how lucky she is to have Sally as her caregiver – someone so steady and caring and supportive. I myself can’t commend Sally enough for her commitment to communicating with me.” –Pat R., Puyallup  Read More