Join Keiro at LTSC’s Seminar for Family Caregivers on 11/15/15!

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On November 5, 2015 we posted a blog to show awareness of Family Caregiver Awareness Month this November and how important it is for family caregivers to take a break and have a “respite” and the importance of “self-care” as family caregivers. Keiro is dedicated to support family caregivers in our community through classes, seminars, and conferences.

One class that is offered by Keiro is called Powerful Tools for Caregivers.


What is Powerful Tools for Caregivers?

Powerful Tools for Caregivers is a course offered by Keiro. It is a 6-week course that meets for 90 minutes, once a week. It provides caregivers with an opportunity to sit down with fellow family caregivers to learn tools on how to manage stress, how to think about “self-care,” and most importantly to support one another through each of our caregiving experiences.

For more information about Powerful Tools for Caregivers, please visit our website at or contact  Mei Kameda at 213.873.5710. We will be offering Powerful Tools for Caregivers in our community in 2016 – stay tuned for more information on dates!


This coming Sunday, 11/15/15 the Little Tokyo Service Center is hosting a Seminar for Asian American Family Caregivers from 1 – 4 p.m. at the Gardena Valley Japanese Cultural Institute. Keiro  is pleased to support LTSC at the resource fair! We appreciate the important work being done by LTSC and others to support caregivers, and look forward to continuing our work alongside and in collaboration with groups to meet needs of older adults in our community.

Pre-registration is required, please visit or call Little Tokyo Service Center at 213.473.3035

What a perfect event to have for Alzheimer’s Disease and Family Caregiver Awareness Month!

Hope to see some of you on Sunday!

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