Steven F. Santiago, City & County of Honolulu Born in Honolulu Hawaii, but raised in Pearl City, Santiago’s dedication to serving the local community goes beyond the 40 hours he puts in at work. He stays engaged and proactive in his local church activities and volunteering as a coach in youth soccer programs. His masters degree in Organizational Management has …
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.
Join us as we welcome back, Thomas Eustace, Director of Sales and Marketing who will be sharing what’s new at Kalakaua Gardens. He’ll also be talking about their new Aloha Advantage Plan to lower the monthly rental rates!
Dr. Diane Paloma, Chief Executive Officer at Lunalilo Home talks about Lunalilo’s legacy and the values it bestows upon serving the community through their extensive services and understanding of the needs of kupuna.
Listen in as we speak with Allison Bean. Executive Director of Windward Senior Day Care Center who will be discussing the importance of serving kupuna and families through an array of activities provided at their senior day care. She’ll also be sharing fun programs that each individual can choose from to spend their day.
Join us as we speak with Kate Kosianowski, Director at Malama Adult Day Care who shares wonderful resources and activities provided to prepare kupuna for an eventful day. This includes breaking out in dances!
Director of Community Engagement at Hale Ku’ike, Dorothy Colby talks about dementia awareness with more than 20 years of professional and personal experience in caring for people with dementia. She’ll be sharing various activities provided at Hale Ku’ike that accomodate to those suffering with dementia and the type of services offered.