Hale Kūʻike protects residents with proactive safety measures

Now accepting new residents!

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Hale Kūʻike started in 2005, and today it continues to serve and specialize in taking care of people with dementia. While its first location opened up in Nuuanu, it continued to expand with another location in Kaneohe, and then another that just opened on the Pali in 2019.

“The whole program and design is especially for the needs of people with dementia. The way the building’s designed, the colors, the interior design, where things are placed,” says David Fitzgerald, president at Hale Kūʻike.

Fitzgerald says Hale Kūʻike also puts a lot of emphasis into having beautiful gardens so residents can go outside and enjoy walking paths.

With Hale Kūʻike’s highly trained staff, this is round-the-clock care you can count on. Nursing assistants provide overnight care and monitoring, while registered nurses are onsite during the day and available on-call after hours. To deliver the finest in memory care, the care home adheres to the Positive Approach® to Care (PAC) training curriculum. Its Certified PAC Trainers, PAC Coaches and Engagement Leaders, all work together to provide on-going, hands-on dementia education and skill-building for staff members in all departments.

“We’re very proactive with the COVID situation,” Fitzgerald explains. “We stopped doing admissions for about three months and just focused on keeping our residents isolated. Nobody’s coming in unless it’s a staff member who’s screen with a temperature.”

Fitzgerald says Hale Kūʻike has also done a lot with residents to keep them in touch with their families during this time.

Hale Kūʻike is now accepting new residents. To learn more, visit HaleKuike.com or call (808) 525-6770. There is limited availability, to be sure to act quickly!

Hale Kūʻike is also hosting a series of webinars online. To see the list of topics and to sign up and register, just visit HaleKuike.com.

For more information: Halekuike.com