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Honolulu City and County's Resource for Aging, Disability and Caregiving


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Elderly Affairs Division's Quick Links:


KUPUNA CAREGIVER Program Information:

For the City & County of Honolulu, the Elderly Affairs Division provides Adult Day Care services through the Kupuna Caregiver program.  Up to $210 of Adult Day Care services may be provided to program participants each week.  The benefit is paid directly to the service provider and participants are responsible for any excess cost over the benefit amount.  To be eligible, a primary caregiver must be employed at least 30 hours/week.  The care recipient must be 60 years or older and have impairments in conducting activities of daily living (ADL) and/or instrumental activities of daily living (IADL).  

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ABOUT Our Services

We help people find assistance for aging, disability and caregiving, such as with Nutrition, Housing, Transportation, and Financing. Learn more about our services.

If you can't find what you are looking for on our website, call the Helpline at 808-768-7700.

Visit About Us to learn more about the Elderly Affairs Division.

Check out our Calendar of Events.

Assess My Needs Use this tool to find out what you need.

About the Honolulu Elderly Affairs Division

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The Elderly Affairs Division (EAD), a division of the Department of Community Services of the city and county of Honolulu, is your local Area Agency on Aging

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Its purpose is to plan, support and advocate for programs to promote the well-being of Oahu's older adults and caregivers and to address and respond to the priority needs of all seniors.

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Please read our Area Plan on Aging to learn more about EAD.

FIND Services and Products

Search our directory to find services and products in the community.

Publications and brochures , including the Senior Information & Assistance Handbook, Family Caregiver Guide, and Oahu Housing Guide.

APPLY for Government Assistance

Determine eligibility and learn how to apply for assistance programs.



  • Click here to read the ADRC Hawaii Database Policies and Procedures and how to apply.

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