Colby Takeda with Blue Zones Project shares his passion for working with seniors and the efforts that Blue Zones is trying to make with sustainable living principles and health outreach through community activities.
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.
Wes Young, senior navigator at CareSift shares about the program and its effort with helping kupunas find long term care that is perfectly tailored to their needs. Tune in and find out more!
Liane Briggs with the Caregiver Foundation of Hawaii talks about her dedication with serving the kupuna of our island.
We spoke with Majors Jeff and Eloisa Martin, Divisional Leaders of the Salvation Army as they shared the growing need for help on our island during the holiday season and how they are finding alternative ways to help in the midst of the pandemic.
Norma Kop, Volunteer Coordinator with SMP Hawaii shares the efforts of their program with helping seniors and their Medicare needs and decisions.
Director of SHIP Hawaii, Anae-Onishi and Volunteer Coordinator Candace Young talk about how their volunteer program helps clients find a Medicare plan specific to their needs.
With the holidays fast approaching, we spoke with Matt Tsujimura from C4 Foodbank and how they are addressing the needs of the local community amidst this pandemic.