We are currently in Phase 2 of the governor’s re-opening plan. Community centers remain closed. We continue to work toward re-opening facilities and re-starting programming when phased in by the state’s Safe Start plan.
Survey - Please share your thoughts about virtual programming at NBCC. Thank you!
North Bellevue Community Center offers a comprehensive array of senior services and programs including health and wellness, cultural and performing arts, human services, drop-in activities, socialization, information and referrals, community dining and trips.
The Center works in conjunction with senior members of the community to maintain their independence, health, and sense of well-being by providing support, referrals, activities, and learning opportunities. Additionally, there are a multitude of services offered for youth and adults of all ages, offered on evenings and weekends.
- Gentle Yoga Class 1
- Gentle Yoga Class 2
- Gentle Yoga Class 3
- Gentle Yoga Class 4
- Sound Generations June 2020 Enhanced Fitness newsletter
- Exercise with Sofia - video
- Exercise with Sofia #2 - video
Creative Corner Newsletter
SHIBA - Medicare Open Enrollment is coming. From October 15 to December 7, Medicare beneficiaries can make changes to their plans and learn about new benefits. Paying too much for your current plan? Talk to a SHIBA advisor about ways to cut costs without sacrificing your needs. SHIBA advisors are available to talk to folks by phone or video chat. Call 206-727-6221, leave a message and a SHIBA advisor will call you back within 3 business days. Or you can take part in the presentations you can see during Open Enrollment. They are provided free via Zoom. Presentations will cover general Medicare changes, differences between Medicare Advantage plans and Medigaps, how to save money with Medicare Savings Programs and extra help and how to protect yourself from Medicare fraud. Follow the links in the PDF to register for a presentation. SHIBA presentations and registration information
English for Work - This free online course is designed to help immigrants and refugees who speak some English to improve their language skills while they prepare for work. Students develop their speaking, listening, reading, writing, and technology skills; receive one-on-one advising; and participate in remote mock interviews conducted by local employers. Every quarter, many students find jobs. In addition, Hopelink volunteers often help to connect students with employers. See more information here.
Eastside Legal Assistance Program - ELAP has put together a hub of resources for those affected by COVID-19.
United Way of King County - COVID-19 resources
ARC of King County - resources
Eastside for All - resources
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