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October: Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In October, we recognize Breast Cancer Awareness month because breast cancer is an increasing concern for Asian American women across the country. According to the American Cancer Society, the average risk…

Volunteer Profile: Carolyn Motokane

Whether we like it or not, technology is constantly being integrated into our daily lives. From our grandchildren’s constant requests to take selfies, to our healthcare providers encouraging us to…

Keiro No Hi – Celebrating and Recognizing Our Elders

Keiro No Hi, translated in English as “Respect for the Aged Day,” is a Japanese public holiday celebrated every third Monday in September. It is a day to honor older adults,…

Introducing Dr. Yuichi Yanami

Through the Keiro-Providence Whole Person Care Program, Keiro is proud to be working with Dr. Yuichi Edwin Yanami, Associate Medical Director at Providence TrinityCare Hospice & Regional Palliative Care. As…

米国で暮らす日本人の明るい老後を応援します! Keiro Sponsors Education Programs Offered by Lighthouse to Support Nihonjin in Southern California!

「日本に資産がある」、「日本に年老いた親がいる」、「老後は日本を考えている」という方々へ最新情報をお届けするために、Keiroはライトハウス主催のセミナーを後援することになりました。

Forging Bonds with Today’s Youth

Over the past few years, Keiro has worked with Kizuna’s Summer Camp program to run an annual workshop for the youth participants. In the last two summers, Keiro’s interns from…

Keiro’s Eight Dimensions of Wellbeing

The Eight Dimensions of Wellbeing is rooted in Japanese American and Japanese values and traditions. It is a holistic framework that envisions the spectrum of issues and challenges that older…

James Mitsumori and Kiyoshi Maruyama Tribute

Keiro Mourns the Passing of Two of its Founders, James Mitsumori and Kiyoshi Maruyama In 2014 the Keiro Family bid farewell to two of its founders, James Mitsumori and Kiyoshi…