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Hawai‘i Pacific Health presents “Women’s Way to Health” free community health event

Hawai‘i Pacific Health presents “Women’s Way to Health” free community health event

“Women’s Way to Health” is a free community health event featuring Hawai‘i Pacific Health physicians and community specialists who will discuss various women’s health topics, including incontinence, osteoporosis, fall prevention, diabetes and the aging brain.

WHEN:
Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014
8:30 a.m. to noon

WHERE:
Ala Moana Hotel, Hibiscus Ballroom
410 Atkinson Drive, Honolulu, Hawai‘i

The program is also available via video conference at Pali Momi Medical Center in ‘Aiea and at Wilcox Memorial Hospital on Kaua‘i.

COST:
Free

REGISTRATION:         
Register online at www.hawaiipacifichealth.org/womensway

Medical Grants Available for Children in Hawaii

HONOLULU – The UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation (UHCCF) is seeking grant applications from families in need of financial assistance to help pay for their child’s health care treatments, services or equipment not covered, or not fully covered, by their commercial health insurance plan or TRICARE.

Qualifying families can receive up to $5,000 per grant with a lifetime maximum of $10,000 per child to help pay for medical services and equipment such as physical, occupational and speech therapy, counseling services, surgeries, prescriptions, wheelchairs, orthotics, eyeglasses and hearing aids. 

Kaiser Permanente Offers Classes and Resources to Oahu Community

Kaiser Permanente Offers Classes and Resources to Oahu Community

Kaiser Permanente provides a number of classes and resources to the Maui community, ranging from exercise and fitness to nutrition, parenting and more. Below is a list of classes offered from September through October. Please note that pre-registration is often required - call the number on the individual listing for more information.

Community Groups Benefit From Over $190,000 in Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Grant Funding

Community Groups Benefit From Over $190,000 in Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Grant Funding

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii today announced that it has selected six community health and wellness organizations to receive grants for their work serving Hawaii’s youth and populations at risk. The following recipients will be awarded a combined total of more than $190,000 in community benefit funds:

HUGS Celebrates the Lives of Seriously Ill Children

HUGS Celebrates the Lives of Seriously Ill Children
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Kaiser Permanente Senior Summit Seminar - Assistive Technology for Healthy Living

The Senior Summit Seminars, presented by Kaiser Permanente Hawaii, provide ongoing educational opportunities on a wide variety of topics specific to seniors. The emphasis is on prevention, personal growth, and learning how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. All lectures are free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required; call the respective location. For more information, call 808-432-2235.

 

TOPIC: ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR HEALTHY LIVING

Get the tools you need to enhance daily living. Assistive Technology Resource Centers of Hawaii share tools to help you with activities such as reading the newspaper, keeping track of prescriptions, or simply enjoying a conversation with a friend.

Speakers: Darryl Lum, Assistive Technology Manager OR Candice Young, Information and Outreach Specialist

Second Annual Honolulu Ekiden and Music Festival Draws Over 1,000 Runners from Japan and Hawaii

 Second Annual Honolulu Ekiden and Music Festival Draws Over 1,000 Runners from Japan and Hawaii

Over 1,000 runners, 300 traveling from Japan, participated in the second annual Honolulu Ekiden and Music Festival at Kapiolani Park on Sunday, June 1. The first place six-member team was Team Hawaii Sport Jaco Rehab, crossing the finish line in just under 2.5 hours to win the grand prize of round-trip airfare to Japan for the entire team, courtesy of lead sponsor Hawaiian Airlines. Other participants included Mayor Kirk Caldwell, Japan Consul General Toyei Shigeeda and Hawaii News Now: Sunrise weather anchor Dan Cooke. They joined student teams, corporate groups, military members and family teams on the 26.2-mile course, split into 6 legs, from Kapiolani Park to Sandy Beach and back. Team members passed a sash embedded with a microchip as each completed one or more legs of the relay-style race.