By Nina Huang Northwest Asian Weekly For over 40 years, Keiro Northwest has proudly served the aging Asian American community. As the nursing home industry continues to face financial challenges, Keiro’s new CEO, Bridgette Takeuchi, is prepared and focused on making Keiro the best that it can be. While change can be uncomfortable to some, […]
Nominations are now being accepted by International Community Health Services (ICHS) and the ICHS Foundation for the 2016 Bamboo Award for Health to recognize the outstanding work of people and organizations in supporting ICHS and its mission. The nominations will be accepted until March 18. Awardees will be contacted by March 28. The award will […]
Tosh Okamoto and Tomio Moriguchi, co-founders of Nikkei Concerns, received a Founder’s Award honor at the Nisei Veterans Hall on Sept. 15. Both united the Japanese American
By Assunta Ng Yes, you can, if you don’t fall into the trap of turning into the stereotype of the grumpy old man or woman. How aging can turn folks into being so negative, insensitive, unkind, stubborn, self-centered, and unloving puzzles me.
Co-authors Ken Mochizuki and Ron Chew with co-founders Tomio Moriguchi and Tosh Okamoto signed copies of “Years of Caring, The Story of Nikkei Concerns”
Tosh Okamoto, then commander of the Nisei Veterans Committee, visited a man with this need. He was staying at a nursing home in Seattle’s First Hill district.