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May 05, 2020

Cinco De Mayo Parade Gives Residents a Chance to See Loved Ones

Hale Makua Kahului Residents were given a rare opportunity to safely reconnect with loved ones during a Cinco de Mayo celebration parade (click here to view a video of the event).  A hundred H...

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Tags: Activities, Meaningful Activity, engaging activities, love, Hale Makua, Human Companionship, Celebration, Employees

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December 02, 2016

Making Hale Makua Home

Alvin Keohohina does not look like the typical resident you find at Hale Makua mainly because he is not elderly. Alvin is 32 years old and has made Hale Makua his home for the past ten years. At 22...

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Tags: Compassionate Caring, Homelike Environment, Person-Centered Care, Human Companionship, Resident Story, testimonial

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November 16, 2015

Celebrating Our Home Health Heroes

November is National Home Care month. Throughout the month, Hale Makua Health Services recognizes the skilled nurses, therapists, social workers, and aides of Home Health as some of our e...

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Tags: Compassionate Caring, Human Companionship, In-Home Care, Care Partners, Home Health

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December 30, 2013

Students Light Up Christmas

St. Anthony School Seniors and Juniors hosted the Senior Winter Ball at Hale Makua on December 13, 2013. This holiday party tradition began six year ago. Students plan a winter party for our long-t...

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Tags: Antidote to Boredom, Human Habitat, Eden Alternative Principle 2, Eden Alternative Principle 5, Human Companionship

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December 18, 2013

Christmas Companionship

Residents and care partners worked together this month to decorate a Christmas tree in the dining room at Wailuku campus. Residents helped continue a treasured holiday tradition and everyone enjoye...

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Tags: Antidote to Boredom, Antidote to Loneliness, Meaningful Activity, Human Habitat, Eden Alternative Principle 6, Eden Alternative Principle 3, Human Companionship

March 19, 2010

Students Spend Spring Break with Their Kupuna

The Kamehameha Scholars Department, under Extension Educational Services at Kamehameha Schools, chose to spend the afternoon with Hale Makua Health Services to learn more about various healthcare p...

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Tags: Principle 3, Antidote to Loneliness, engaging activities, Human Companionship