Support and information for clinical teams. We work to build bridges between healthcare workers and community programs that help support patients.

Common Questions

What is the best way to refer a patient?+

Use the HIPAA-compliant referral form at WA Community Living Connections. It will go directly to the Aging & Disability Resource Center in the county where your patient lives.

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How do I obtain follow up on my referral?+

Contact our Primary Care Liaison to learn the outcome of a referral you sent to our agency.

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How long until someone contacts my patient?+

Your patient will be contacted by our Aging & Disability Resource Center Team within two business days.

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Can I get brochures or flyers to give to my patients?+

Yes, we would be happy to send some of our Agency rack cards to your clinic. Please connect with our Primary Care Liaison to submit your request.

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Does my patient already have a case manager?+

If your patient has a case manager, our Primary Care Liaison can help put you in touch with the case manager.

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Primary Care Liaison

The Primary Care Liaison is a single point of contact for busy providers. The Primary Care Liaison can help answer questions about long-term care services, staff challenging cases,  provide follow-up on referrals, and help you connect to evidence-based programs and services for your patients. 

AAA Services

Curious about how Area Agencies on Aging can help your patients? We provide opportunities for healthcare professionals and healthcare students to learn more about Area Agencies on Aging. Contact our Primary Care Liaison at  to request an informational meeting or presentation.

Refer a Patient

Healthcare Providers can use this HIPAA-compliant form to refer a patient to our agency. 

Virtual Continuing Education

Our partners at the Northwest Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Center offer an online lecture series led by nationally and regionally recognized geriatrics experts. Continuing Education credits are available for health professionals including physicians, nurses, and social workers. Please see the Geriatric Healthcare Lecture Series page for more information.

Dementia-specific Resources

Our partners at the Washington State Dementia Action Collaborative offer free tools to help providers learn more about dementia diagnosis and care. Please visit their website's section on Resources & Tools for Health Care Providers.

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