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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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Keiro Connect: Fall Events and Mindfulness

Be sure to sign up for our fall events and watch our latest guided imagery video!

Keiro Symposium “Designing Your Future” to be held virtually

Date: Saturday, October 24, 2020 | 10:00 a.m. – noonLocation: Zoom webinarRegister at: keiro.org/symposium Keiro is proud to present the Keiro Symposium “Designing Your Future” virtually on Saturday, October 24, 2020. Held online…

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Keiro Connect: As a Past, Present, or Future Caregiver I…

Amy Hashimoto and Momo Wada Key to Friendship: Sisters with No Secrets

In honor of Friendship Day, Keiro will share a series of articles highlighting the many bonds Our Community members have with each other. From friendships formed in the community to…

Getting a Head Start on Advance Care Planning

Advanced care planning involves making decisions about our health care and long-term care preferences and sharing those with our family and medical team.

My Caregiving Journey – Caring for my Grandfather Tsutomu Maehara

Every time you left, my grandpa cared. He acknowledged you when you left his home, and he would acknowledge you when you came back. My grandfather’s simple gesture was so…

Me and Iyashi Care

Written by Jack Fujimoto When Keiro first talked about Iyashi Care, I initially dismissed it because iya could mean “dislike” and shi could mean “dying” in Japanese, which gave me…

Preparing for the Future: Keiro Caregiving Forum

In the midst of COVID-19, Keiro shifted its entire programming to a virtual platform. One of the first Keiro events that connected a community of current and future family caregivers…

Millennial Caregiving: Starting the Difficult Conversations

As we age, there comes a point in which we must discuss, with our loved ones, the ways we would like to receive care. It is never too late or…

Millennial Caregiving – The Kranz Family: Documenting the Details

Emiko and her mother Linda have had conversations about Linda’s future care in the past, either in passing or because recent caregiving experiences. Though most of their answers aligned, they…