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Weekend Adult Day Care Hours

Weekend Adult Day Care Hours

Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi receives grant from Hawaiʻi Community Foundation Kūpuna Aging in Place Program for Elderly Services ʻAIEA- Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi (“HHH”) has received a $195,000 grant over three years from the May Templeton Hopper Fund and the Theodore A. Vierra Fund from the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation Kūpuna Aging in Place (KAP) Program for Elderly Services. With this support, HHH will provide Adult Day Care services on Saturdays and Sundays at a reduced cost to seniors and caregiver education. Since its inception in 2017, HHH has offered Adult Day Care on weekdays to accommodate the schedules of working adults. “Caregiving is a 7-day per week responsibility,” says HHH President Kathy Wyatt. “Caregivers often need respite from caregiving on weekends, so that they may attend to other personal and family commitments. Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is grateful to the May Templeton Hopper Fund and the Theodore A. Vierra Fund from the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation for the generous support that they provide to kūpuna in Hawaiʻi.” Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi now offers Adult Day Care on Saturdays and Sundays at its ʻAiea location in the Mary Savio Medical Plaza, 98-1247 Kaʻahumanu Street, Suite 207. For more information about Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi and the services that it offers to seniors and their caregivers, please call 808-798-8706. About Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization. Its mission is to promote positive aging through community education programs, adult day care options, and caregiver support. The vision of Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is to be a vital resource of senior services and education for our aging population and their caregivers. Our slogan is, “Committed to helping meet the needs of our elderly and their caregivers in the communities we serve.”

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  • Date: September 26, 2019 ( 2019-09-26 06:00:00 2019-09-26 18:00:00 Weekend Adult Day Care Hours Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi receives grant from Hawaiʻi Community Foundation Kūpuna Aging in Place Program for Elderly Services ʻAIEA- Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi (“HHH”) has received a $195,000 grant over three years from the May Templeton Hopper Fund and the Theodore A. Vierra Fund from the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation Kūpuna Aging in Place (KAP) Program for Elderly Services. With this support, HHH will provide Adult Day Care services on Saturdays and Sundays at a reduced cost to seniors and caregiver education. Since its inception in 2017, HHH has offered Adult Day Care on weekdays to accommodate the schedules of working adults. “Caregiving is a 7-day per week responsibility,” says HHH President Kathy Wyatt. “Caregivers often need respite from caregiving on weekends, so that they may attend to other personal and family commitments. Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is grateful to the May Templeton Hopper Fund and the Theodore A. Vierra Fund from the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation for the generous support that they provide to kūpuna in Hawaiʻi.” Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi now offers Adult Day Care on Saturdays and Sundays at its ʻAiea location in the Mary Savio Medical Plaza, 98-1247 Kaʻahumanu Street, Suite 207. For more information about Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi and the services that it offers to seniors and their caregivers, please call 808-798-8706. About Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization. Its mission is to promote positive aging through community education programs, adult day care options, and caregiver support. The vision of Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is to be a vital resource of senior services and education for our aging population and their caregivers. Our slogan is, “Committed to helping meet the needs of our elderly and their caregivers in the communities we serve.” Hale Hau`oli Hawai`i
    98-1247 Kaahumanu Street, Suite 207 Honolulu, HI 96701
    )
  • Time: 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Date: October 26, 2019 ( 2019-10-26 06:00:00 2019-10-26 18:00:00 Weekend Adult Day Care Hours Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi receives grant from Hawaiʻi Community Foundation Kūpuna Aging in Place Program for Elderly Services ʻAIEA- Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi (“HHH”) has received a $195,000 grant over three years from the May Templeton Hopper Fund and the Theodore A. Vierra Fund from the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation Kūpuna Aging in Place (KAP) Program for Elderly Services. With this support, HHH will provide Adult Day Care services on Saturdays and Sundays at a reduced cost to seniors and caregiver education. Since its inception in 2017, HHH has offered Adult Day Care on weekdays to accommodate the schedules of working adults. “Caregiving is a 7-day per week responsibility,” says HHH President Kathy Wyatt. “Caregivers often need respite from caregiving on weekends, so that they may attend to other personal and family commitments. Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is grateful to the May Templeton Hopper Fund and the Theodore A. Vierra Fund from the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation for the generous support that they provide to kūpuna in Hawaiʻi.” Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi now offers Adult Day Care on Saturdays and Sundays at its ʻAiea location in the Mary Savio Medical Plaza, 98-1247 Kaʻahumanu Street, Suite 207. For more information about Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi and the services that it offers to seniors and their caregivers, please call 808-798-8706. About Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization. Its mission is to promote positive aging through community education programs, adult day care options, and caregiver support. The vision of Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is to be a vital resource of senior services and education for our aging population and their caregivers. Our slogan is, “Committed to helping meet the needs of our elderly and their caregivers in the communities we serve.” Hale Hau`oli Hawai`i
    98-1247 Kaahumanu Street, Suite 207 Honolulu, HI 96701
    )
  • Time: 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Date: November 26, 2019 ( 2019-11-26 06:00:00 2019-11-26 18:00:00 Weekend Adult Day Care Hours Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi receives grant from Hawaiʻi Community Foundation Kūpuna Aging in Place Program for Elderly Services ʻAIEA- Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi (“HHH”) has received a $195,000 grant over three years from the May Templeton Hopper Fund and the Theodore A. Vierra Fund from the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation Kūpuna Aging in Place (KAP) Program for Elderly Services. With this support, HHH will provide Adult Day Care services on Saturdays and Sundays at a reduced cost to seniors and caregiver education. Since its inception in 2017, HHH has offered Adult Day Care on weekdays to accommodate the schedules of working adults. “Caregiving is a 7-day per week responsibility,” says HHH President Kathy Wyatt. “Caregivers often need respite from caregiving on weekends, so that they may attend to other personal and family commitments. Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is grateful to the May Templeton Hopper Fund and the Theodore A. Vierra Fund from the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation for the generous support that they provide to kūpuna in Hawaiʻi.” Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi now offers Adult Day Care on Saturdays and Sundays at its ʻAiea location in the Mary Savio Medical Plaza, 98-1247 Kaʻahumanu Street, Suite 207. For more information about Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi and the services that it offers to seniors and their caregivers, please call 808-798-8706. About Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization. Its mission is to promote positive aging through community education programs, adult day care options, and caregiver support. The vision of Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is to be a vital resource of senior services and education for our aging population and their caregivers. Our slogan is, “Committed to helping meet the needs of our elderly and their caregivers in the communities we serve.” Hale Hau`oli Hawai`i
    98-1247 Kaahumanu Street, Suite 207 Honolulu, HI 96701
    )
  • Time: 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Date: December 26, 2019 ( 2019-12-26 06:00:00 2019-12-26 18:00:00 Weekend Adult Day Care Hours Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi receives grant from Hawaiʻi Community Foundation Kūpuna Aging in Place Program for Elderly Services ʻAIEA- Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi (“HHH”) has received a $195,000 grant over three years from the May Templeton Hopper Fund and the Theodore A. Vierra Fund from the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation Kūpuna Aging in Place (KAP) Program for Elderly Services. With this support, HHH will provide Adult Day Care services on Saturdays and Sundays at a reduced cost to seniors and caregiver education. Since its inception in 2017, HHH has offered Adult Day Care on weekdays to accommodate the schedules of working adults. “Caregiving is a 7-day per week responsibility,” says HHH President Kathy Wyatt. “Caregivers often need respite from caregiving on weekends, so that they may attend to other personal and family commitments. Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is grateful to the May Templeton Hopper Fund and the Theodore A. Vierra Fund from the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation for the generous support that they provide to kūpuna in Hawaiʻi.” Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi now offers Adult Day Care on Saturdays and Sundays at its ʻAiea location in the Mary Savio Medical Plaza, 98-1247 Kaʻahumanu Street, Suite 207. For more information about Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi and the services that it offers to seniors and their caregivers, please call 808-798-8706. About Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization. Its mission is to promote positive aging through community education programs, adult day care options, and caregiver support. The vision of Hale Hauʻoli Hawaiʻi is to be a vital resource of senior services and education for our aging population and their caregivers. Our slogan is, “Committed to helping meet the needs of our elderly and their caregivers in the communities we serve.” Hale Hau`oli Hawai`i
    98-1247 Kaahumanu Street, Suite 207 Honolulu, HI 96701
    )
  • Time: 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

  • Location: Hale Hau`oli Hawai`i
    98-1247 Kaahumanu Street, Suite 207
    Honolulu, HI 96701