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  • Home Instead Senior Care - Kailua, HI

    970 N Kalaheo Ave Suite C-200, Kailua, HI 96734
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  • All Care Hawaii, LLC

    All Care Hawaii, LLC

    4348 Waialae Ave, #152, Honolulu, HI 96816
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    LET US HELP YOU All Care Hawaii delivers caregiver services in private residences, assisted living, rehabilitation centers, skilled nursing facilities, and hospitals. We go wherever and whenever a patient needs one-on-one care. Our dedicated, skilled caregivers provide a loving environment to bring...

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  • Home Instead Senior Care - Honolulu, HI

    1600 Kapiolani Blvd Suite 212, Honolulu, HI 96814
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  • Right at Home Aiea

    98-021 KamehamehaHwy #323, Aiea, HI 96701
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Kailua, Hawaii

Home Care

Home health aide service offers the luxury of a multitude of services administered in in a residential setting Home care provides a number of services including local transportation, housekeeping, and assistance using mobility/assistive devices. Most home care providers review potential patients prior to admission. This screening might include ADLs abilities, skin problems, and medication use. This type of care can provide various medical services such as assistance in removing medication from container for those residents with a physical disability, assisting residents in drinking fluid to swallow medication, and retrieving medication from secured storage. Furthermore, services can involve help with household chores and companionship. Non-medical home care may also afford your family member help doing laundry and with meal preparation. Finally, companion care can support your loved one with services like assistance with ambulation and transfers from wheelchair to bed.

Cost of Living

Per month, the median cost of rent in Kailua is around $2,420 per month and the median price of a house in Kailua is $898,999. The rent burden for Kailua is about 23.3% of the average person's monthly income.

Demographics and Values

In Kailua, 12.9% of the citizens are veterans. Kailua has a population density of 1,893 people per square mile. The total population of Kailua consists of 38,088 people. Out of the total city population, 51.0% are female and 49.0% are male. The median age of Kailua is 43 years old. In Kailua, 66.1% participate in the labor force, 6.2% are widows, 5.0% live in poverty, and 4.2% do not have health insurance. Racially, the population of Kailua is 0.2% Native American, 8.2% Hispanic, 47.1% white, 27.7% mixed race, 0.7% other or not specified, 19.4% Asian, 4.2% Pacific Islander or Native Hawaiian, and 0.7% black. Of the population of Kailua 19.8% have a high-school diploma, 49.1% have a college degree, and 21.0% have a graduate degree.

State Information

An overview of Hawaii

There are 25 hospitals and 61 health centers that service a population of 1,416,789. The top three hospitals in the state are considered to be The Queens Medical Center, Straub Clinic And Hospital, and Pali Momi Medical Center. In terms of resources, Hawaii has a cost of living index of 190.1, a grocery index rating of 169.3, and a housing index rating of 318.6. These index ratings are based on a system where 100 is considered the national average and anything above 100 is considered more expensive than said average. Overall, Hawaii ranks 24th in quality of life and 1st in healthcare compared to other US states. Residents of Hawaii enjoy its natural beauty which ranks 16th in the United States.

Social demographics of the state

In terms of religion, 28% of Hawaii residents attend religious services among the 1,314 different congregations that are available in the state. The top three Christian denominations in the state are Evangelical Protestant-25%, Mainline Protestant-11%, and Historically Black Protestant-2%. The top three non-Christian denominations in the state are Jewish-<1%, Muslim-<1%, and Buddhist-0.08. In Hawaii there are 16 masonic lodges. In the last presidential election 62% of Hawaii residents voted Democrat and 30% voted Republican. The state has a median age of 39 and 31% of its population being over the age of 55. In terms of diversity, Hawaii ranks 3rd in the nation.

State-wide weather information

The average amount of precipitation peaks during the month of March at around 15.67 inches. On average, the state receives 3.82 inches of precipitation a month. The average air quality index rating in Hawaii is 41.7 AQI. The highest seasonal air quality index rating occurs in the month of July with a rating of 57.8 AQI. During the winter, the average temperature in Hawaii drops to around 69F. The average high winter temperature is around 83F in the month of December. In the winter months, the average low temperature falls to around 42F during the month of February. During the summer, the average temperature in Hawaii is around 75F. The average high summer temperature is around 89F in the month of August. In the summer, the average low temperature drops to around 47F during the month of June. Hawaii experiences an average humidity rating of about 73%. Humidity levels tend to reach their peak in the month of November at around 77%. While residents of Hawaii mostly enjoy pleasant conditions, it's important to be aware of inclement weather as well, which in Hawaii can include floods and hurricanes.

Wildlife to be found in Hawaii

The state of Hawaii has a diverse array of plant and animal life. Local plant life can consist of aiakanene, Mexican primrose, old world forked fern, and Florida hopbush. While venturing throughout the state, you might see animals such as the awaous stamineus, the Hawaiian monk seal, the eleotris sandwicensis, or the Hawaiian hoary bat. The state animal of Hawaii is the Hawaiian monk seal. Some of the plants species native to the Hawaii region include milo, pukiawe, and beach naupaka.