Appearances, as they say, can be misleading. Just consider Sound client Graham Miller.
“You look at Graham Miller and see a man in a wheelchair, with tattoos up the arms,” says Ashlyn Graff, Soundworks vocational specialist. “I look at Graham Miller and see one of the most authentic and kind-hearted people I know.”
As more Sound clients migrate out of the central Puget Sound area, Sound is making moves of its own. In spring of this year, Sound will open its 15th location, in the Kent business district, to ensure that clients who live in the area can more easily access the care they need.
Of those diagnosed with bipolar disorder or schizophrenia, an estimated 40-60 percent also have a condition called anosognosia, a neurological phenomenon where the patient is unaware and/or unable to accept his or her neurological deficit or psychiatric condition. We encounter these clients when they quit taking their medication, claiming that they are not sick. They … Continue Reading »
If, like many in our community, you sometimes struggle with anxiety, depression or are in need of support, then Sound Solutions can be a beacon of light. Especially with the holidays being a time of increased stress, Sound Solutions is able to help people navigate life’s challenges with expert, knowledgeable care. Sound Solutions, Sound’s counseling … Continue Reading »
Christopher Bays is Sound’s new data scientist. A data scientist analyzes and interprets complex digital information and collects and analyzes large sets of structured and unstructured data from disparate sources in order to assist a business in its decision-making. Bays knows that there are many ways to interpret information and the world, by observing and … Continue Reading »