The worldwide pandemic has reached Hawaii and we all must take precautions to protect ourselves against the coronavirus. 

For national information on COVID-19, visit the Center for Disease (CDC) website at: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

For local information on COVID-19, visit the Hawaii Department of Health website at: https://health.hawaii.gov/docd/advisories/novel-coronavirus-2019/

 


Current Senior Shopping Hours (hours subject to change)

 

Don Quijote: Daily – 6am to 7am

Tamuras: Monday, Wednesday and Friday – 7:15am to 8:00am

Foodland: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday – First hour of business (5am or 6am) Depending on store.

Times: Daily – 5am-7am (6am – 7am Certain locations)

Wholefoods: Daily – 7am to 8am (First Hour) 

Target: Wednesday – 7am to 8am

Safeway: Tuesday and Thursday – 7am to 8am

Walmart: Tuesday – 6am to 7am

Down to Earth: Daily – 7am to 8am 

[ IF YOU KNOW OF AN OPEN STORE OFFERING SENIOR HOURS OR IF YOU FOUND THESE HOURS ARE INCORRECT, PLEASE EMAIL US AT info@kikutv.com ]

 


 

 


Ba Duan Jin Exercise Video

 Ba Duan Jin Exercise Video  

A simple 6-minute exercise we can all do at home. It can help maintain good health and strengthen your immunity!

Click here to view the exercise video.


 

 Senior Service Links  

CARE/SUPPORT

  • 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
  • Ito Healthcare Group
  • Kahala Nui and Hiolani Care Center
  • Kokua Kalihi Valley Elderly 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
  • Sakura House
  • St. Francis Healthcare System of Hawaii
  • The Caregiver Foundation
  • The Plaza Assisted Living

     

  • EDUCATION

  • AARP
  • Elderly Affairs Division, C&C of Honolulu
  • American Heart/Stroke Association
  • Ke Ola Pono No Na Kupuna
  • Kupuna Education Center

    MEALS

  • Hawaii Meals on Wheels
  • Lanakila Meals on Wheels

    SENIOR CENTERS

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

    TRANSPORTATION

  • Charleys Taxi & Limousine-Medicab
  • The Bus Schedule

    OTHER

  • Community Case Management Corp.
  • Dr. Alan Nomura (Dentist)
  • Dr. Paul Morton (Hip & Knee)
  • Hawaii Eye Clinic
  • Oahu Pain Care



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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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