Rachel Yamashita, Director of Senior Services at the Moiliili Community Center shares how the center helps keep seniors active both body and mind. The positive impact that these activities has with them is the driving force of the work the center does.
Lindsey Ilagan shares the initiatives of the Kupuna Food Security Coalition, founded by a non-profit organization that aims at bringing in community partners to help improve the health and quality of life for the people of Hawai’i. They work hard to make sure that no kupuna goes hungry.
We spoke with Laura Bailes and Hali Ojeil, volunteer coordinators at Kanu Hawaii who shared some organizations that help and are available for our kupunas.
John Van Atta shares his experience in the estate planning industry and how his firm has pivoted in servicing their clients despite the hurdles the pandemic has brought.
Experienced estate planning attorney, Laurie Adamshick shares how her firm helps kupunas navigate through the process and options that are available to them when it comes to estate planning.
We’re featuring some of Oahu’s top estate planning lawyers throughout the month of March. Tune in as we speak to Sam Suen as he shares his knowledge and experience on probate and all things estate planning!
Julie Suen shares her knowledge with estate planning and what services she offers at her firm, Infinity Estate Law.
Stacey Young with Arcadia Adult Day Care shares the services offered and the work they’re doing to help our kupunas adjust to the changes the pandemic has brought.
For our 200th episode we decided to dedicate this special episode to provide information to our kupunas on the COVID vaccine by bringing in Adventist Health Castle’s Ryan Ashlock to share the latest and greatest news on the vaccine.
Dr.Poki’i Balaz, Director of Nursing Services at Lunalilo Home takes time to share about her responsibilities and the services they provide for kupunas at the residential care home. From meal programs to day care services to daily activities for kupunas, Lunalilo home goes beyond to keep our kupunas active, healthy and happy!