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Horizon House Resident Donates $10M to ACLU

Seattle philanthropist and Horizon House resident Floyd Jones has donated $10M to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Washington to establish the Floyd and Delores Jones Transformational Fund for Justice. His gift will fund research and work to examine alternatives to incarceration. Read more.

Plymouth Housing’s 14th Apartment Building, “Sylvia’s Place,” Honors Sylvia Odom

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Ground was broken yesterday on Plymouth Housing’s 14th apartment building: Sylvia’s Place, named after Sylvia Odom—a longtime resident of Horizon House and chair of the Plymouth Church committee on housing and homelessness that led to the creation of Plymouth Housing Group 34 years ago. Read more.

Update on Horizon House Technology Program

HH_TTMasthead_Vol3Read the latest news on Horizon House’s Technology Program in Tech Times. Click here to view Vol. 1, No. 3, Third Quarter 2014. 










Blog: Scientists at the 2014 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference emphasize lifestyle factors


Each year, leading experts on Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders meet at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, which is the world’s largest gathering of leading researchers, who present the latest information on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of memory and cognitive disorders. This information is of interest to anyone concerned about brain health—and that surely includes Alzheimer’s family caregivers. Read more.

Bringing the subject home, Horizon House is known for its active, independent senior lifestyle, with an emphasis on wellness. Our Wellness Program offers exercise classes in everything from water aerobics and weights to yoga and Tai Chi. Nature walks, museum outings, lectures, games, and activities are available to residents year around. Read more.

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Ritual, Tradition, and Thoughtfulness Series on Jewish Life

The Spiritual Care Department presents “Ritual, Tradition, and Thoughtfulness: Foundations of a Meaningful Jewish Life” a six-week series of presentations led by Chaplain Ellen Goldblatt, October 6 through November 17, in the Performance Hall. All are welcome. Read more.