Iyashi Care in Action

Read more to see how this program is enhancing the quality of life for older adults and their family members in our community.

Patient Stories:

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. He says that the program not only met his mother’s needs, but also became a source of emotional support for him.

15 years after beating cancer, Masami found herself battling a familiar enemy. Learn how Iyashi Care helped Masami and her husband, Hiro, navigate the healthcare system while fighting her illness. “The team truly is a group of ‘care specialists’ – they know how to support us medically and more importantly, emotionally.” – Hiro

Read Stan’s story on how one phone call brought him peace-of-mind as a family caregiver. “[Iyashi Care] really is another resource, especially for someone grappling with what to do, or who doesn’t know where to start. And everyone is seeking the best for their loved ones.”

Other feature articles about Iyashi Care:

Read this special article, written by Dr. Byock, who talks about tips on becoming an advocate for yourself and your family to navigate through America’s health care system.

Palliative care is specialized medical care for people with serious illnesses and life-limiting symptoms. It provides relief and comfort, and is often provided along with curative treatment. In fact, studies show that using palliative care starting on the day of diagnosis is an option worth exploring.

This article talks about how it is important to understand what your needs are and articulate that to your doctors and loved ones instead of enduring through the pains of treatment.