First Keiki Support Group Meeting!

Here are a few pics of our first Keiki Support Group meeting on May 27. Our next support group meeting is scheduled for June 26. This support group activity From Garden to Table entails support group members taking turns sharing their home gardens that they had started during the beginning of the … [Read more...]

Helping Our Kupunas

AILH provides Oahu Consumer Florence "Flo" Stanley,with a much needed wheelchair to assist her with her mobility needs.  Additionally, AILH also supplied a walker and a raised toilet seat. We are always happy to help our consumers live their lives as independently as possible. … [Read more...]

Good News on Hospital Visitor Policies! (Article from NCIL)

Disabled people have been facing discriminatory “no visitor” policies in hospitals across the country. These policies are in place to keep people safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, but they have prevented people from receiving critical support and assistance from family members, friends, support … [Read more...]

Youth Group Gathers Together Again after Quarantine

We were finally able to meet again! Our Youth Group, consisting of young adults with various disabilities, met the first Tuesday of the month from 1:30 - 4:30 p.m. at the Eagles Club in Kea’au (across from the Human Society). It was such a large lodge, social distancing was easy to do. Of course, … [Read more...]

Strategies While Under Quarantine

Hui Malama Po’o began as a peer support group for adults with TBI (traumatic brain injury) and with the help and support from AILH, we have survivors who have overcome a variety of challenges and injuries. Although the group has not been able to meet at our local Rehab center, members are kept in … [Read more...]

Oahu: Pedestrian Plan Input Needed

DRAFT O'AHU PEDESTRIAN PLAN City and County of Honolulu Welcome Public Comments for O'ahu Pedestrian Plan The City and County of Honolulu’s Department of Transportation Services (DTS) is excited to publish the Draft Pedestrian Priority Network, which will play a … [Read more...]


AILH's Oahu IL Specialist Tom Lum assists residents at Hale Kuha'o with HCAP's LIHEAP Application. Honolulu Community Action Program, Inc. (HCAP) will be accepting applications for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) starting June 1, 2020, on Oahu. LIHEAP is a … [Read more...]

AILH Advocates for Protecting Hawaii Families from Eviction During COVID-19

AILH cosigns Letter to Governor Ige, Senator Kouchi, Representative Saiki, and Administrator of the Courts Maile regarding the Recommendations on Eviction Prevention and Preservation of the Rental Market During the Pandemic. This letter was written and signed between a coalition of service … [Read more...]

Liv Zen Peer Support Group Act of Kindness

AILH is proud of 2 of our members from the LivZentangles Peer Support Group who rose to the occasion to sew cloth masks and distribute to essential workers. Karen donated 55 masks to Kaiser Hospital and Elsie donated 8 to a nurse at the VA hospital, 8 to an essential worker with the city justice … [Read more...]

Food Donation to Hale Kuhao Residents

Mahalo Nui Loa to the Waipahu Community Association, in collaboration with Hawaii Farm Bureau, Ulupono Initiative, and Representatives Ty Cullen and Ryan Yamane for the generous food donation to the residents of Hale Kuhao this past Tuesday. This was much needed for our residents and they … [Read more...]

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