Tag: Caregiving

Keiro Connect: Spring 2019

Caring in Our Community : Featuring Keiro Caregiver Conference, Iyashi Care cases, Keiro superstar feature, and more.

Caregiver Short Stories

Each caregiver has their own journey. Caregivers in Our Community share their stories and advice. Kathy From a young age Kathy knew how to take good care of things. She…

Providing Practical Resources: Keiro’s Annual Caregiver Conference

On Saturday, March 30, over 250 caregivers both new and experienced gathered at the Pasadena Buddhist Temple for educational sessions, a resource fair, and individual consultations. This year’s Caregiver Conference…

Keiro Connect: Caregiver Contest and Works to Reduce Isolation

Caregiver contest, reducing social isolation in our community, and more!

Reflecting Back on Caregiver Conference

When I joined the Keiro team in the summer of 2017, I had a very narrow understanding of caregiving, both as a life-changing experience, and also as a crucial subgroup within our expansive Japanese American and Japanese speaking community.

Over 250 Attendees Leave Keiro Caregiver Conference with Practical Knowledge

Los Angeles – Over 250 attendees gathered on Saturday, March 30, 2019 for the annual Keiro Caregiver Conference at the Pasadena Buddhist Temple. This year’s conference offered new topics that…

Keiro Connect: An Iyashi Care Story

Read about David Ito’s Iyashi Care Story.

Asking for Help: In-Home Care

One in three Japanese Americans is a caregiver, and 90% of all caregiving is provided by a family member, loved one, neighbor, or friend who is not a care provider…

caregiver and older adult smiling at each other

Innovative Tools to Support Caregivers

Angie Yeh from Alzheimer’s Los Angeles talks about innovative tools that can help caregivers. It’s important to utilize these tools to help manage caregiver stress and promote safety and wellbeing for both our loved ones and ourselves.

Iyashi Care Story: The Team that Listened to Me, My Mother, and Our Needs

Read about how David Ito enrolled his mother, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, in the Iyashi Care program. Thanks to the Iyashi Care team, they were able to prevent an ER visit.