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“Dear Mom, please stay at home…”

This article is from the Keiro staff to all our moms, dads, grandmas, grandpas, aunties, uncles, and older adults in our lives who fall under the “high risk” population. We…

Keeping Busy at Home

Other articles:COVID-19 FactsheetStore with Senior HoursSafer at Home Executive OrderCOVID-19 ScamsCOVID-19 MythsCOVID-19 Stimulus Package The best way to avoid getting COVID-19 is to stay home and practice social distancing. Since…

Keiro Connect: New Skills to Learn at Home

New information on Caregiver Conference, Caregiving Forum, Iyashi Care, and more!

COVID-19 Stimulus Package

On March 25, the United States Senate agreed on a $2 trillion stimulus package in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As of March 27, the bill was also passed by…

How is Iyashi Care Impacted by COVID-19?

Iyashi Care has served over 200 patients since the beginning of the program, delivering culturally-sensitive palliative care to Japanese American and Japanese older adults. This partnership program between Keiro and…

Video Conferencing 101: How to Zoom

With the recent “Safer at Home” order, practicing social distancing techniques through virtual means has become a major trend. At this time, we can no longer talk with our friends…

How to Order Food During “Safer at Home”

The popularity of smartphone applications (apps) has risen exponentially over recent years due to their ability to simplify and enhance various daily tasks. There are different apps ranging from playing…

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

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 myths circulating…

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…