Diana Aquino, Owner & President, and Amelia Caballero, Director of Marketing and Operations, of Kupuna Care Hawaii talk about their mission to help families take care of their aging loved ones and provide respite for family caregivers with their wide range of non-medical services. Kupuna Care Hawaii’s goal is to keep Hawaii’s kupuna where they are happiest: at home.
Paul Dziuban, Owner, of Home Instead Senior Care talks about how Home Instead CAREGivers help kupuna stay in the homes that they’ve enjoyed and treasured providing a range of services including companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, medication reminders, shopping, errands, and more.
Lourdes “Lou” Vergara Marcelo talks about how Lou’s Quality Home Health Care Services’ provides the best care for your love ones in their own living environment whether your needs are for short term assistance such as a respite, a night out, a vacation or longer term care.
Doris Morisaki, Ambassador of Aloha, Nia Teacher & Hula Assistant talks about the mind-body movement classes and workshops offered by Still & Moving Center.
En Young, Executive Director of Pacific Gateway Center talks about the programs and services offered for kupuna at Nā Kūpuna Makamae Community Center.
Sue Jorgenson, Agent, from Premier Benefit Consultants discusses Medicare Insurance options for those 65 years and older.
Jared Kawatani, Community Program Coordinator from the Hawaii Foodbank talks about how the Seniors Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) provides low-income kupuna with access to locally grown fruits, vegetables, honey, and herbs.
Denby Nakamoto, Senior Wellness Center Manager Senior Wellness Center discusses Health & Wellness and the services that Live Well at Iwilei by Kahala Nui Senior Wellness Center offers.
We had the pleasure of having hula master, Puanani Alama in the studio to share about her career in teaching hula and the health benefits both physically and mentally the art provides.
Okinawan Dance Instructor, Diana Kawaguchi shares about the art of Okinawan dancing and how it is a great way for kupunas to stay active and have fun!