Long Term Care Resources

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If you would like more information on long term care planning or would like to have a speaker for your group or company, please complete the form below:



Take Care. Take Charge

Start preparing for the future now, for you or a loved one. If you would like more information about how to prepare for the costs of long term care, please complete the form below.

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Get Involved

If you would like to get involved with advocating for long term care issues, please contact the organizations below:



Care for Our Kupuna, a project of Caring Across Generations
Faith Action for Community Equity (FACE Hawaii)
Aging and Disability Resource Center
Advance Care Planning (Kokua Mau)


Sign Up for More Information

If you’re starting to plan for the long term care needs of you or a family member, congratulations! You’ve taken the first major step to take charge of your future.

The State of Hawaii’s Executive Office on Aging wants you to be well prepared for the future. You owe it to yourself to know all of the options available to you and your family.

The costs associated with long term care are staggering. Statistics show many of us will need long term care at some point in our lives, especially as we get older.

If you would like to be notified when more information is available, complete the form below. A downloadable booklet will provide you with an overview of long term care and the different ways to pay for long term care. Ultimately, we hope that translates into greater peace of mind for you and your family.

Everyone is different with different needs, preferences, and budgets. The more information you have, the better you can make informed decisions to develop a solid plan.

Congratulations again for taking care and taking charge!

Picture the Perfect Family

I’ve always thought I would take care of my parents when they got older. But it was more complicated than I was prepared for, and required professional help. I want my children to be prepared for my senior years, so I’m now exploring my long term care options and planning today.