We're Honored to be Among Hawaii's Best
Transitioning into a Life Plan Community
Arcadia Earns Five-Year CARF Accreditation
Arcadia Employee Celebrates 50 Year Work Anniversary
Employees Participate in Great Aloha Run
Arcadia Attends Informational Forum for Kupuna and Caregivers on Molokai
We're a Proud Member of the Healthcare Association of Hawaii in 2018
Na Pu'uwai Ke Ola Hou O Lanai
Arcadia's Family Cookbook for Sale!
We're Honored to be Among Hawaii's BestTHANK YOU!
Thanks to your generous support, we've placed 2nd in Hawaii's Best by the Honolulu Star Advertiser! We are humbled to accept our placement, and we look forward to serving Hawaii's kupuna with the same standards of excellence we've established since opening in 1967. Mahalo for all of your support!
Transitioning into a Life Plan CommunityNavigating a lifestyle change like entering a retirement residence, or a Life Plan Community, can be daunting for older adults. Often, older adults are faced with challenges like downsizing, managing finances, and meeting new people. As Maryanne Sullivan, Director of Sales, explains, the process is easier than you might think. With a team of professionals on your side, transitioning into a Life Plan Community means having help every step of the way from the Arcadia Family of Companies.
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Arcadia Earns Five-Year CARF AccreditationArcadia is proud to announce its five-year CARF accreditation through April 2023. CARF is an international, independent nonprofit accreditor of health and human services who accredits providers that are committed to being among the best available.
Arcadia humbly accepts this achievement as an indication of the organization's dedication and commitment to providing resident-centered quality care and service.
Arcadia Employee Celebrates 50 Year Work AnniversaryWow! We are amazed to celebrate our employee Nancy Yamaguchi's 50 years of service with Arcadia! Nancy started with us in 1968, and is with us today as the Assistant Director of CNA Services!
We threw her a Vegas-style SURPRISE party to congratulate her on this most special milestone in her career. Mahalo Nancy for all that you've done and continue to do for Arcadia!
Employees Participate in Great Aloha RunMonday, February 19 was not only President's Day, but The Hawaii Pacific Health Great Aloha Run!
Employees representing the Arcadia Family of Companies participated in the 8.2 mile run. It was a great chance to get out in the sun and get some great exercise. Employees enjoyed the run, and most importantly, running to support over 150 non-profit health and human service organizations and community groups throughout Hawaii!
Arcadia Attends Informational Forum for Kupuna and Caregivers on MolokaiOn Friday, February 9, 2018, Arcadia attended an informational forum on kupuna and caregivers hosted by the Molokai Rural Health Community Association on the Na Pu'uwai campus on Molokai.
President and CEO Emmet White provided opening remarks about the privileges and challenges of caring for older adults. The goal of the forum was to share resources on issues like long term health, Medicare and Medicaid, adult day care, home health services, and navigating the ever-changing healthcare industry.
An insurance panel presentation included representatives from HMSA, Ohana Health Plan, and Medicare. Further, a presentation on Molokai caregiving resources included the Department of Health, Molokai General Hospital, Care Resource, Na Pu'uwai Adult Day Program, the Office on Aging, and more.
Keynote speaker Dr. Michael Cheang, Assistant Professor for the Department of Public Health Sciences (Center on Aging) at University of Hawaii at Manoa delivered a powerful presentation about the challenges in caregiving and how to resolve them. Chiefly, Dr. Cheang emphasized that caregivers must enter a more realistic mindset about caregiving, shifting from, “I am the only one caregiving,” to developing a shared leadership with other care partners.
Dr. Cheang touched on the three plagues of elders: Loneliness, boredom, and helplessness. He emphasized that it’s important to not get caught up in the activities of caregiving and to remember the humanness of giving care to another. Last but not least, Dr. Cheang championed for the idea that it’s important to set boundaries and limits for caregiving; do not be selfless or selfish during the process, but rather, "selfull" – a desirable middle ground.
We’d like to extend a heartfelt “Mahalo!” to our friends on Molokai for hosting an informational and beneficial forum.
We're a Proud Member of the Healthcare Association of Hawaii in 2018The Healthcare Association of Hawaii advocates for a healthy Hawaii by offering quality, affordable healthcare to every Hawaii resident of every age.
The Arcadia Family of Companies is a proud member of HAH and aligns itself with its goal of achieving a strong healthcare system that meets the needs of all whom we serve.
Na Pu'uwai Ke Ola Hou O LanaiThe Arcadia Family is proud to partner with Na Pu'uwai to serve older adults on the islands of Lanai and Molokai. In this interview with Hawaii News Now, Val Jankowski of Na Pu'uwai speaks about the program's benefits to kupuna on Oahu's sister islands. Click View More to watch the segment.
Arcadia's Family Cookbook for Sale!A cookbook 50 years in the making is now available for sale! This cherished book contains recipes from residents, clients, members, and staff, and includes nostalgic recipes from former Arcadia residents, as well.
The Honolulu Star Advertiser "Crave" section provided a write-up about the cookbook. To read it, click "View More."
To order your copy, simply email email@example.com or call 983-1888. Each copy will be $15 for pick up orders at Arcadia or 15 Craigside, or $15 plus applicable shipping and handling. All checks should be made payable to The Arcadia Foundation.