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.
Hippocrates is credited with saying” walking is man’s best medicine”. Even as little as 10 minutes of walking a day reaps benefits. Walking is free, spontaneous, no equipment needed and best of all we can walk all year long in our beautiful Hawaii weather. Walking is the easiest way to be active and it is also the exercise with the …
Vice President & Chief Impact Officer of Hawaii Foodbank, Laura Kay Rand talked different programs offered family and individuals in need as well as the two senior-specific programs: Summer Farmers Market Nutrition Program and The Commodity Supplemental Food Program.
We spoke with LJ R. Duenas, Executive Director of the Alzheimer’s Association who discussed the various programs offered for seniors diagnosed with the Alzheimer’s disease. He also shared the type of services available for families to get informed or prepare for their loved ones who suffer from this disease.
Tune in to our conversation with Lori Lau, Director of Lanakila Meals on Wheels on how they continue to service kupuna and families in need through their home delivery programs and ways they’ve adapted to providing care during this pandemic.
During this pandemic, Corporate Lawyer, Gregory R. Kim found the opportunity to serve kupuna and families in need by co-founding Hawaii Help Is On The Way alongside his generous team. He shared some of the free services provided by Hawaii Help Is On The Way such as food deliveries, assistance with medical appointments and so on.
Steven F. Santiago, Recreation Specialist with the City & County of Honolulu provides insights on available senior activities and clubs offered around the island. He’ll also be sharing fun events for kupuna to attend!
Tune in as we speak with Charles Trinh, Strength and Conditioning Specialist of FunctionWorks Fitness who will be providing some tips for at-home exercises and the benefits of adapting to virtual training as an alternative to stay active anywhere you go.
Welcoming back, Debbie Kim Morikawa, owner of GYMGUYZ Honolulu shares with us how they have adapted to customized virtual training to ensure our kupuna and staying active and healthy through this quarantine.
Tune in as we speak with Christina Simmons and Jenny Ostlind from the YMCA of Honolulu and Windward location who will be sharing about the different chronic disease programs offered. They’ll also be discussing some of the online classes available in response to this Covid-19 pandemic.
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