Many of these supporters dutifully provide care without complaint. Yet, demands may start to take a toll and their own health may be compromised.t’s estimated there are more than 150,000 unpaid family caregivers in Hawai‘i. These valuable helpers are typically women in their early 60s who are caring for their husbands or elderly parents while still working. And that doesn’t take into account those who may occasionally care for their grandchildren, as well.
April - May 2019
- ◆ Since When is Work Fun - Since Now!
- ◆ Living a Full Life of PIE
- ◆ Self Care - Self Healing the Natural Way
- ◆ Lānaʻi: The Little Island with a Big Heart
- ◆ Discovering Life Drawing
- ◆ Books: Memoirs and Hiking Trails
- ◆ Enriching Lives Through Work & Friendships
- ◆ Do You Wonder if itʻs Time to Move?
- ◆ Does Mom Need More Help?
- ◆ Redirection Using Humor
- ◆ Support and Resources for Family Caregivers
- ◆ Senior day care Offers Valuable Benefits
PROGRAMS & SERVICES
- ◆ Making a Smart Move in Retirement
- ◆ Blessing or Curse?
- ◆ Adequate, Equal, Equitable, or Fair?
- ◆ High Cost of Saving Money
- ◆ Creating Secured Passwords