For November’s National Family Caregivers Month, AARP Hawaii is raising awareness of caregivers’ work by sponsoring a new art exhibition at The ARTS at Marks Garage, “Art of Caring.” It will be open to the public from Nov. 5 to 27.
When Honolulu residents dine out they can now enjoy some colorful new parklets—parking spots turned into decks with seating for outdoor diners—in the Kaimuki neighborhood.
AARP Hawaii worked with the state Health Department, Hawaii Emergency Management Agency and community pharmacies to vaccinate vulnerable community care home residents. That includes those in foster care and homes for individuals with developmental disabilities.
The coronavirus pandemic finds older adults still sheltering at home, wary of even trips to the grocery store. By donating to food banks, Hawaii residents can help ensure that kupuna eat nourishing fare.
AARP Hawai’i is offering a series of free virtual workshops aimed at helping people make smart financial decisions so that they can realize their retirement goals.
Financial security is important in retirement, but not everyone has a pension or 401(k). Some 216,000 Hawai`i residents, about half of the state’s private-sector workforce, have no way to save through their jobs.
Because the pandemic recession dramatically increased food insecurity, especially for older adults, AARP Hawaii responded to a request from officials to harness existing and new resources to ensure that those in need receive enough to eat.
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