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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.




COVID-19 Scams

Despite this pandemic, predators are still out there for scams. It is important to stay updated on COVID-19 but be aware of misinformation and scams surrounding the virus.

COVID-19 Myths

Updated 5/6/2020 Currently, there is no treatment or vaccine for COVID-19, so any email, text, website, or social media post claiming so should be considered a scam. Here are other…

Through the Lens of a Keiro Staff Member: Building Community Through Intergenerational Programs

Written by: Kent Marume, Program Analyst As a former Kizuna participant and having previously worked at JACCC, I have always been involved with youth-centered programming  and have incorporated it into…

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Safer At Home

COVID-19 FactsheetSocial DistancingStores with Senior Hours On Thursday, March 19, Governor Gavin Newsom issued the “Safer at Home” Executive Order. The “Safer at Home” order applies to all residents of…

Stores with Senior Hours

COVID-19 FactsheetPhysical DistancingCOVID-19 ScamsCOVID-19 Stimulus PackageKeeping Busy At HomeShould I Wear A Mask?Being a Healthy News ConsumerCOVID-19 Myths 4/10/2020 – store hours updated4/16/2020 – additional tips on shopping added4/24/2020 –…


Protect Older Adults: Staying Socially Connected While Practicing Physical Distancing

Our older adults are at the highest risk during the COVID-19 pandemic and therefore it is up to all of us to practice social distancing and necessary isolation to protect those who are most vulnerable.

The Importance of Decluttering

Kathy and Darrel Tanaka found themselves in a tricky situation when they decided to downsize their three-bedroom home and move into a smaller house just for the two of them….

Chatting With the Iyashi Care Team Part 2

PART 2: Supporting caregivers and the most common case – living with dementia Iyashi Care has served over 200 patients since the beginning of the program, delivering culturally-sensitive palliative care…

ADLs & IADLs: What Are They?

At both the upcoming Keiro Forum: Introduction to Caregiving and Caregiver Conference, workshops will discuss hands-on caregiving tips and family care coordination. For many people in Our Community, “caregiving” means…

Through the Eyes of a Keiro Staff Member: The Power and Connections of Our Community

Written by: Makoto Kotani, Program Manager On my second day of work at Keiro in the summer of 2017, I found myself attending a Keiro Grants workshop conducted at Venice…