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October 20, 2016

Scholarship Helps Employees Reach Goals

The Walter and Cathy Scott Memorial Fund was established in 1996 with the purpose of providing scholarships to non-professional and non-administrative staff at Hale Makua for tuition, books or...

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Tags: Goals, staff recognition, Care Partners, Awards


October 18, 2016

Physical Therapy is Something to Sing About

Richard Ho`opi`i, one of Maui's very talented and beloved musicians, recently put entertaining on pause due to knee surgery on his left knee. After returning home to Maui from Oahu, where his k...

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Tags: rehab, Physical Therapy, success stories, testimonial


October 14, 2016

Time, Talent and Treasure Given

Mitch Mitchell is the kind of supporter that every nonprofit organization dreams of. In addition to being a highly engaged advocate, he is passionate about Hale Makua Health Services and the people...

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Tags: Community Giving, Board of Directors


October 11, 2016

Louise Provided with a Home & Care

These days it seems like a rarity to meet someone who takes a genuine interest in caregiving for a grandparent. It sounds absurd that someone fly their 100 year old grandma across the Country so th...

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Tags: Community Giving, testimonial, success stories


October 07, 2016

Volunteer Spotlight: Bea Chong Kee

Beatrice Chong Kee has a long history of volunteering with Hale Makua. She started in 1999 after her husband passed away and has made it a point to be here every Friday since then. Bea shares, &ldq...

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Tags: Community Giving, Volunteers


October 06, 2016

Congratulations Eden Graduates

Last week another 20 Hale Makua Care Partners underwent the 3-day training to become Certified Eden Associates, led by our Eden Alternative Educator and Kahului Administrator, Connie Miller. Care P...

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Tags: Eden Alternative, Certified Eden Associates, Care Partners


October 05, 2016

Fumanet Comes to Hale Makua

Recently an innovative Japanese exercise known to improve cognitive ability, attention, and concentration, and improve memory was brought to Maui. Dr. Kazutoshi Kitazawa traveled here from Japan to...

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Tags: Principle 6, Meaningful Activity


October 01, 2016

Gardening and Growing Together

For quite some time, a volunteer in Wailuku took on the task to care for the plants in the courtyard area at our Wailuku campus, but because of time constraints, he hasn’t been able to come a...

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Tags: Eden Principles, Principle 4, Antidote to Helplessness, Principle 2