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.
Tyler Kimura, Owner, of Always Best Care shares about the non-medical in-home care, independent and assisted living referral services that they provide. The caregivers at Always Best Care are trained and insured to provide the safest and highest level of personal care.
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.
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.
Todd Pang, founder of a new senior service, Kupuna Care Pair shares how the program works and how they help kupunas to find the perfect plan for them.
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.