Tag: Wellness

Keiro Connect: An Iyashi Care Story

Read about David Ito’s Iyashi Care Story.

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Helping Senior Drivers Stay Safe

Like a well fit shoe made specifically for a particular sport or activity, there are products and techniques that can help older drivers with safer driving performance.

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Recent and Future Medical Advances and Innovations in Health, Well-being and Health Care Delivery

Dr. Yoshikawa explains many (but not all) of the new developments and advances in health and healthcare systems that are currently available or will be soon become part of our standard or benchmark of quality healthcare.

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The Latest Technologies to Support Older Adults

Written By: Aaron Hageorn, MHA/MSG, PhD 85% of Older Adults Own a Cell Phone Technology is a major part of our lives, allowing us to be busier than ever, multitasking…

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Conference Participants Prepare to “Age Into Tomorrow”

This is Our Chance to Think About How We Want to Age Experts, pioneers, and community leaders gathered at the Keiro Conference: Aging Into Tomorrow on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018,…

Keiro Connect: Keiro Superstar Feature

Meet Keiro Superstar Itsy Ota!

Keiro Superstar: Itsy Ota

For nearly 60 years, Itsy Ota has worked at Johnny’s Sport Shop, the family business where she keeps the books, pays the bills, and organizes the various finances.

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Combatting Social Isolation and Reconnecting with Others

Changes in Our Social Life As you age, you may begin to notice changes in your social life. Once simple tasks, such as attending monthly meetings or making time for…

Celebrating our Older Adults at Keiro no Hi Festival

Little Tokyo saw its first ever celebration for older adults at Keiro no Hi on September 16, 2018. In partnership with Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Keiro welcomed over…

Little Tokyo Program Helps Seniors Escape Isolation

Like many older members of the Southern California Japanese American community, Debra was resistant to change. Friendly but somewhat shy–and most comfortable conversing in Japanese—Debra maintained a small network of…