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Elderly Affairs Division, C&C of Honolulu
Executive Office on Aging
Hawaii American Heart/Stroke Association
Ke Ola Pono No Na Kupuna
Kupuna Education Center

CSI, Inc.
Open Mortgage


Hawaii Meals on Wheels
Lanakila Meals on Wheels

Kokua Kalihi Valley Elderly Services

15 Craigside
Aloha Nursing & Rehab Centre
   Arcadia Retirement Residence
BrightStar Care
Castle Medical Center
Central Union Church Adult Day Care
Hale Ho Aloha
Hale Kuike
Hawaii Health Systems
Holiday Retirement Assisted Living
Home Care Solutions
Hookele Health Navigators
Kahala Nui and Hiolani Care Center
   Kokua Kalihi Valley Elderly Services
Kokua Nurses
Kuakini Adult Day Services
Live Well at Iwilei Adult Day Care
Lunalilo Home
Malama Adult Day Care
Manoa Cottage Kaimuki
Manoa Senior Care
Oahu Care Facility
Palolo Chinese Home
Pearl City Nursing Home
   Regency at Hualalai
Regency at Puakea
Roselani Place
Safe Harbor Homecare
Sakura House
The Caregiver Foundation
The Plaza Assisted Living
The Salvation Army Adult Day Services

Department of Parks & Recreation
MOA Hawaii
Moiliili Senior Center
Good Samaritan Society
Waikiki Community Center
YMCA of Honolulu

Charleys Taxi & Limousine-Medicab
Handicabs of the Pacific
The Bus Schedule
Procare Transports, Inc.


Community Case Management Corp.
Dr. Alan K. Nomura, DDS, LLC
U.S. Jaclean, Inc.




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  • 77% of victims of falls in Hawaii are aged 65 years or older
  • Approximately every 5 hours, an elderly person living in Hawaii is hospitalized as a result of falling.
  • In Hawaii, on average, 65 seniors die, over 1,700 are hospitalized, and almost 4,500 are treated in an emrgency department because of falls every year.
  • Falls cause 80% of the hospitalizations for traumatic brain injuries.
  • 75% of all falls among seniors occur in the home.



  • 37% are discharged to a skilled nursing facility and 14% to a rehabilitation facilty incurring additional costs to insurance companies and families.
  •  The number of falls increases significantly across the senior age range.
  • Seniors who have fallen are 2-3 times more likely to fall again.


  • Begin a regular exercise program
  • Have your health care provider review you medications
  • Have your vision checked
  • Make your home safer



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