King County Departments of Aging operate at the state and local level to provide services to promote the health, safety, and independence of elderly people in King County, Washington. These services include King County meal delivery, in-home care, transportation support, and retirement benefits assistance. Departments of Aging provide information on calculating King County retirement benefits, when to apply for Social Security benefits, and eligibility for benefits. They can also help with the application process and provide support for problems receiving benefits. King County Departments of Aging provide more information about their retirement benefit services online.
King County Department of Aging Renton WA 600 Southwest 39th Street, Ste 155 98057 206-615-1855
Seattle Department of Aging Seattle WA 700 5th Avenue, Ste 5800 98104 206-684-0266
King County Senior Centers provide services and programs for elderly members of the community, including emergency assistance, protective services, and income support programs in King County, Washington. They often provide assistance with retirement benefits, including King County retirement planning services, estimating monthly benefits payments, and applying for spousal retirement benefits. King County Senior Centers can help individuals apply for King County retirement benefits and assist with any problems receiving benefits. Their retirement planners may also advise eligible seniors on when to begin receiving retirement benefits. Senior Centers provide information about their retirement benefit support online.
Renton Senior Center Renton WA 211 Burnett Avenue North 98057 425-430-6633