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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.

Keiroは年内に開催する予定の直接人と人が会うイベントを全て別の形式に変更することに致しました。詳細はこちら

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Community Partners in Action – Part 2

Keiro has been conducting regional meetings in our service area, bringing together various local community partners that serve the older adults in the area. These meetings, known as Keiro’s Nikkei…

Staying Connected and Educating Ourselves Through Virtual Keiro Forums

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Keiro has shifted its in-person classes to Zoom virtual discussions and presentations for community members to attend from the comfort of their own home. The…

Community Partners in Action – Part 1

Keiro has been conducting regional meetings in our service area, bringing together various local community partners that serve the older adults in the area. These meetings, known as Keiro’s Nikkei…

Take a Break Before You Break: Caregiver Survey Results

Caregiver Stress and Its Impact The caregiving experience can be rewarding, but can also create stress along the way. Studies show that stress, if prolonged, can affect a caregiver both…

Chatting with the Iyashi Care Team Part 4

Iyashi Care has served over 200 patients since the beginning of the program, delivering culturally-sensitive palliative care to Our Community’s older adults. Two and a half years into the program,…

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8 Tips for Caregiving During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Although our individual caregiving journeys are unique, we all share one common experience: constantly navigating through the different challenges while providing care to our loved ones. While sometimes we can…

Recipes My Mother Taught Me – 2012 collection

During Keiro’s 2012 Women’s Wellness Conference titled Lessons My Mother Taught Me: Empowering Women for Lifelong Vitality, we learned that women are the primary transmitters of cultural beliefs and practices…

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Teaching Technology to Older Adults

Learning how to use technology can be an intimidating task. While technology use is fairly widespread, it can be difficult to keep up with constant advancements and updates. However, there…

Zoom Etiquette

In recent months, older adults have been turning to Zoom and other videoconferencing platforms to stay connected and supplement their daily social interactions. Whether you are using Zoom to participate…

Unspoken Caregiving Series: Sibling Dynamics

In this series, Keiro aims to share different aspects of caregiving through community members’ stories. In a report from AARP, researchers found that about 41 million family caregivers in the…