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  • Hawaii's Seniors in Crisis

    Hawaii's Seniors in Crisis

    Hawaii is "graying" faster than any other state in nation. Along with our aging population, we also have one of the highest costs of living. This week, Hawaii News Now, in conjunction with the Aloha UnitedMore >>
    Hawaii is "graying" faster than any other state in nation. Along with our aging population, we also have one of the highest costs of living.More >>
  • Be Neighborly: Check on Hawaii's Seniors

    Be Neighborly: Check on Hawaii's Seniors

    When Meals On Wheels volunteers come knocking to deliver lunch or dinner to kupuna in need, they often end up providing much more than food. Those outreach workers can become a safety net and lifelineMore >>
    When Meals On Wheels volunteers come knocking to deliver lunch or dinner to kupuna in need, they often end up providing much more than food.More >>
  • Healthy Living for Hawaii's Seniors

    Healthy Living for Hawaii's Seniors

    We've all heard it before: diet and exercise are keys to a healthy life. In our continuing series on seniors - in conjunction with the Aloha United Way - we look at how the "fountain of youth" could beMore >>
    Diet and exercise are keys to a healthy life. In our continuing series on seniors, we look at how the "fountain of youth" could be found in every step we take.More >>
  • Seniors in Crisis: Advice from our Kupuna

    Seniors in Crisis: Advice from our Kupuna

    HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Teri Okita gets some tips on staying active and healthy with some seniors who will give you no excuse for being lazy. Some doctors say it's all about attitude. No matter howMore >>
    HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Teri Okita gets some tips on staying active and healthy with some seniors who will give you no excuse for being lazy. Some doctors say it's all about attitude. No matter howMore >>
  • Seniors in Crisis: Financial Scams

    Seniors in Crisis: Financial Scams

    HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Elder abuse and senior scams are escalating, both nationwide, and here in our islands. Hawaii News Now, in conjunction with the Aloha United Way, presents "Seniors in Crisis."Here,More >>
    Elder abuse and senior scams are escalating, both nationwide, and here in our islands.More >>
  • Hawaii's Growing Number of Homeless Seniors

    Hawaii's Growing Number of Homeless Seniors

    Hundreds of Hawaii seniors receive shelter and outreach assistance from the state's homeless program each year. This week, Hawaii News Now, in conjunction with the Aloha United Way, presents "Seniors inMore >>
    Hundreds of Hawaii seniors receive shelter and outreach assistance from the state's homeless program each year. Here, we take a closer look at how the high cost of housing can leave our kupuna without a place to live – or, dangerously close to being on the streets.More >>
  • Seniors in Crisis Week: Aloha United Way

    Seniors in Crisis Week: Aloha United Way

    (HawaiiNewsNow) - The fastest growing homeless population in Hawaii consists of our grandmas, grandpas, moms and dads. It's Seniors in Crisis Week. Aloha United Way CEO Kim Gennaula is in our studio toMore >>
    (HawaiiNewsNow) - The fastest growing homeless population in Hawaii consists of our grandmas, grandpas, moms and dads. It's Seniors in Crisis Week and we'll show you how you can get involved.More >>
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