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professionals and consumers dedicated to encouraging the development
of quality assisted living facilities and other residential options
for the senior and disabled population of Hawaii." (808) 838-7965
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Hawaii is becoming a popular destination for retirees.
Also, in conjunction with the national trend for the United States,
the median age in Hawaii is increasing, with a larger retired population
than ever before. Hawaii's beauty, activities, weather, and modernization
make it a pretty attractive place to spend your golden years.
Did you know?
at last count, was estimated to have 1,374,810 residents. As expected,
a relatively high percentage of these residents
are seniors (over 65)- which is certainly
due to the beauty, weather, and retirement-friendly nature of
Hawaii. Currently, 14.7% of Hawaiians are seniors, which is well
over a full percentage higher than our national average of 13% (Source: U.S. Census Bureau QuickFacts
for Hawaii). Another certainty is that the number of
seniors in Hawaii will grow steadily in the years to come. We'll
also see an increased demand for senior care facilities such as
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Aloha from Assisted
Living Directory! We've created this page to provide a helpful
and accurate place to begin your research into the many assisted
living facility options on the different islands of Hawaii.
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Our short video tutorial will highlight
two excellent and comprehensive ways to find senior care
services, assisted living, hospice, caregiving support,
and much more throughout Hawaii. Learn
I'll always remember when
the grandparents of a good friend of mine moved to Hawaii (Maui)
from the mainland to 'live
the good life' and to
retire in one of the island's assisted living homes. Before they
moved, they were pretty unassuming folks, doing normal things
that seniors do. After they moved to Hawaii, within
a short time, it seemed like their inner child started coming
out again. They were both embracing the Hawaiian
lifestyle, complete with the colorful shirts (or, the Hawaiian
Tuxedo, as I think they are referred to), and enjoying the beach,
the awesome island weather, and many of the exciting activities
the islands have to offer. It was a fun
transformation to witness.
One great resource
that we'd like to point out is the State of Hawaii's Department
of Health website, which, in conjunction with the Executive
Office on Aging, provides information regarding many of the assisted
living care facilities on each of the different islands. Although
their website is not as technologically advanced as some of the
others we have seen, there is still very good information to be
found about many of the facilities here, as well as Hawaii's unique
'definition' of what assisted living is, or rather, how this state
Living: Featured Facilities & Services
HI - Regency at Puakea
Regency at Puakea
2130 Kaneka St
Lihue, HI 96766
Lihue on Kauai
Contact Regency at Puakea Directly!
Hawaii - Senior Assisted Living
Pu'uhonua is East Hawaii's best option for independent
senior living. We offer private bedrooms, 24/7 supervision
and personalized care plans on a quiet one acre lot
15 minutes from Hilo.
Ponds at Punaluu on Oahu [Video]
at Punaluu is a beautiful retirement community for
seniors located on the island of Oahu. For more information
about this facility, please call The Ponds at Punaluu
Directly at: 808-293-1100.
Us Be Your Island 'Assisted Living' Guide!
senior care advisors know, and have relationships
with many of the facility choices on the different
islands of Hawaii!
that the research process to find assisted living
can be time-consuming and confusing. Finding care
in Hawaii can often times provide additional challenges,
as families may be doing research from the mainland,
or on multiple islands, where travel to and from to
inspect, and do research is not feasible.
can help you by providing much of the information
you need about the different senior care options throughout
the state - based on your desired location, finances,
health needs, and care requirements.
We can also
answer questions about particular insurance
and cost questions for assisted living, Alzheimer's
or memory care, as well as questions about particular
laws or regulations relevant to care in Hawaii.
services are free of charge. We are confident
that you will be thrilled with what we can provide,
and the time, and perhaps money that we can save you
and your family!
Smaller Town and Island-Specific Listings:
Ku'ike Progressive Memory Care
a caring and supportive environment for individuals
with Alzheimer's disease or other dementia related
95 Kawananakoa Place
Honolulu, HI 96817
Our contact information is:
148 Lakeview Circle
Wahiawa, HI 96786 (808) 621-2000 or (808) 622-1204
After 5 PM
Reasons Why Honolulu Assisted Living: Circle
of Care, Multicultural, Memory Care, The Healing
Forces, Spiritual Counsel, Compassionate Staff,
Individualized Care, Encouraging Positive Action
and Outlook,INDEPENDENT LIVING 24HR.STAFF 30BEDS
Island Adult Care, Inc.
"Is a private non-profit organization providing
health and social services for the frail elderly,
physically and/or mentally-challenged adults
and patients with Alzheimer's disease or related
34 Rainbow Drive
Hilo, Hawaii 96720
Phone: (808) 961-3747
seniors and persons with needs independent
(An an alternative to assisted living)
Nurse Pro-Care provides quality, compassionate
home care for your loved one. You can receive
the care you need in the comfort of your own
Located at 305 Wailuku Dr Ste 6 in Hilo, HI
Place - Independent or Assisted Living Options
88 S Papa Ave
Kahului, HI 96732
This facility has been in operation since November
of 2002. It has 93 apartments for both independent
and assisted living. They are month-to-month