Events

Keiro hosts events throughout the year to support our community. These range from conferences that provide resources and education for caregivers, to wellness events that provide the latest information on how to age well and age at home.

Caregiver Conferences

Today, nearly 1 in 3 Japanese Americans is a caregiver. There are close to 57,000 Japanese American and Japanese caregivers residing in Los Angeles, Orange, and Ventura counties alone. Two-thirds are women and most are family members. Since 2001, Keiro has offered nearly 20 Caregiver Conferences to support thousands of Japanese American and Japanese older adults and their caregivers. Touching on issues impacting a number of health conditions including social isolation, the Caregiver Conference offers tools and practical resources for current and future caregivers. This annual event is free to the public and includes seminars, a resource fair, professional consultations, health screenings, and more.

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Upcoming Events

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Keiro’s Caregiver Conference

The Caregiver Conference is an important component in Keiro’s services to support older adults and their caregivers. This event will feature a keynote speaker, and attendees may select two breakout sessions out of five options. This event is free, but prior registration is required.

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Keiro no Hi Festival

This year, Keiro and Japanese American Cultural & Community Center are partnering to host a festival designed to celebrate the lives of our community’s older adults. This event is free to the public and includes intergenerational activities, performances, food, workshops, a resource fair, screenings, and more.

Keiro Conference: Aging Into Tomorrow

Keiro Conference: Aging into Tomorrow

As Keiro works with our community to reimagine aging, this conference will bring together wellness, technology, and trends impacting today’s Baby Boomers. The Keiro Conference will convene dynamic speakers and presenters to discuss opportunities we have to look forward to as our community ages.