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Due to COVID-19, Keiro has decided to transition all of our scheduled in-person events in 2020 to alternative formats. Read full statement here.

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Palliative Care: The Most Important Medical Advance Many Have Never Heard Of

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.

Older adult using smarthome tech with other family members

The Latest Technologies to Support Older Adults

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…

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Conference Participants Prepare to “Age Into Tomorrow”

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,…

Keiro Superstar: Itsy Ota

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.

Spotlight on Male Caregivers

Though men are not typically seen as caregivers, 40 percent of family caregivers are male.

Social Connection

Combatting Social Isolation and Reconnecting with Others

Changes in Our Social Life As you age, you may begin to notice changes in your social life. Once simple tasks, such as attending monthly meetings or making time for…

Finding the Solution to Keep Older Adults Engaged – ESGVJCC

The East San Gabriel Valley Japanese Community Center’s Senior Wellness Program has been around for almost 9 years. But its roots go back nearly 82 years when an acre of…

Iyashi Care Story: The Relief I Felt with the “Care Specialists”

15 years after beating cancer, Masami had found herself battling a familiar enemy. Though she fought it off before, this time would be much different as she would not have…

Celebrating our Older Adults at Keiro no Hi Festival

Little Tokyo saw its first ever celebration for older adults at Keiro no Hi on September 16, 2018. In partnership with Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Keiro welcomed over…

Little Tokyo Program Helps Seniors Escape Isolation

Like many older members of the Southern California Japanese American community, Debra was resistant to change. Friendly but somewhat shy–and most comfortable conversing in Japanese—Debra maintained a small network of…