One in three Japanese Americans is a caregiver, and 90% of all caregiving is provided by a family member, loved one, neighbor, or friend who is not a care provider…
Angie Yeh from Alzheimer’s Los Angeles talks about innovative tools that can help caregivers. It’s important to utilize these tools to help manage caregiver stress and promote safety and wellbeing for both our loved ones and ourselves.
Like a well fit shoe made specifically for a particular sport or activity, there are products and techniques that can help older drivers with safer driving performance.
Dr. Yoshikawa explains many (but not all) of the new developments and advances in health and healthcare systems that are currently available or will be soon become part of our standard or benchmark of quality healthcare.
Read about how David Ito enrolled his mother, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, in the Iyashi Care program. Thanks to the Iyashi Care team, they were able to prevent an ER visit.
Dr. Ira Byock explains how it’s important to be prepared and to advocate for yourself and your family. Here are some tips he has so you can get the best care for yourself and those you love.
Written By: Aaron Hageorn, MHA/MSG, PhD 85% of Older Adults Own a Cell Phone Technology is a major part of our lives, allowing us to be busier than ever, multitasking…
This is Our Chance to Think About How We Want to Age Experts, pioneers, and community leaders gathered at the Keiro Conference: Aging Into Tomorrow on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018,…
For nearly 60 years, Itsy Ota has worked at Johnny’s Sport Shop, the family business where she keeps the books, pays the bills, and organizes the various finances.
Though men are not typically seen as caregivers, 40 percent of family caregivers are male.
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