All News Related to Koreisha Senior Care & Advocacy
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There has been a rapid decrease in culturally sensitive services to the Japanese American elderly and degradation in the quality of general healthcare provided at the former Keiro facilities since being sold on February 5, 2016. As such, Koreisha Senior Care & Advocacy has authored petition letters to both Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon and Assemblymember Cheryl Brown (Chair, Aging and Long-Term Care Committee), requesting that the Assembly Committee on AgingRead More
Original Article available on Rafu Shimpo April 15, 12016 Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis. By NAO NAKANISHI, Rafu Staff Writer On Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors officially got involved in the sale of Keiro Senior HealthCare’s four former facilities. Supervisors passed a motion that directs the Department of Consumer and Business Affairs, County Counsel, and Department of Public Health to investigate the sale of Keiro NursingRead More
Analysis of the Sale of Keiro Senior HealthCare Services Facilities Motion Passes We would like to thank all those who participated in this week’s Board of Supervisors meeting, held Tuesday, April 12, 2016. Some of you came from far away, some were notified at the last minute, and many of you had to cancel your busy schedule/ medical appointment to attend and/or to prepare your talks. Our deep gratitude toRead More
[Exact Time To Be Announced] A motion by Chair Hilda L. Solis and Supervisor Ridley-Thomas titled “Analysis of the Sale of Keiro Senior HealthCare Service Facilities” will be voted on by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors (BOS) at their meeting on Tuesday, April 12. For details of the motion, please see below. It is important to have as many KSCA Members who wish to show their support ofRead More
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What started as four individuals from the Japanese-American community meeting on a hot Sunday afternoon in August, quickly grew into an organized group of 100% volunteers who called themselves the Ad Hoc Committee to Save Keiro. The group’s immediate priority was to address the relatively short notice surrounding the pending sale of the Keiro facilities to a for-profit real estate firm, Pacifica Companies. Considering the fact that the community wasRead More