by Carolyn Bick
For those of us with good knees, hips, and joints, not having access to an elevator isn’t a big deal. It’s fine — we’ll just take the stairs.
But for those who can’t walk up stairs — either due to bad joints or because they rely on walkers and wheelchairs — not having access to an elevator is a major problem. And now that the elevator at the Southeast Seattle Senior Center (SESSC) has broken down for good, a number of the center’s elders are facing a significant amount of social isolation.Continue reading No Elevator Means Limited Social Interaction for Southeast Seattle Senior Center Elders