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Senior housing types near Kihei, HI

  • Kalama Heights

    Kalama Heights

    101 Kanani Road, Kihei, HI 96753
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    Kalama Heights provides a fulfilling, independent lifestyle in a welcoming environment. Situated on lush, beautiful grounds near the South Shore of Maui, you'll love the elegance of our facilities and all the attractions of this stunning island. We're just minutes from breathtaking bridges,...

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  • Hawaii Kai

    Hawaii Kai

    428 Kawaihae Street, Honolulu, HI 96825
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    Hawaii Kai provides a fulfilling, independent lifestyle in a welcoming environment. Situated on 23 acres of lush, tropical splendor, you'll fall in love with our peaceful island in the sun. Residents also enjoy the convenience of being just 20 minutes from downtown Honolulu and Waikiki. We're...

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  • Oceanside Hawaii

    Oceanside Hawaii

    53-594 Kamehameha Hwy, Hauula, HI 96717
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    Oceanside Hawaii (OH) is Hawaii's Affordable Option for Senior Living. OH offers Independent Living, Assisted Living, Alzheimer's/Dementia care, and overnight respite. Our month-to-month rentals include a choice of several studios, one and two bedroom apartments. Independent Living is ideal for the...

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  • 'Ilima at Leihano

    'Ilima at Leihano

    739 Leihano St, Kapolei, HI 96707
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    Ilima is located within the 40 acre Leihano mixed-use community in the heart of the new 'Second City' of Oahu. Ilima offers Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care embracing both, indoor and outdoor living with an innovative approach to living well. Within and adjacent to Leihano, you...

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Kihei, Hawaii

Independent Living

For many seniors, cost of owning a home and the maintenance of daily tasks and chores might be a deterrent to an independent life. Independent Living Communities offer a solid remedy. Frequent needs such as the scheduling of social activities and meal planning are taken care of, which permits residents more opportunities to live their lives as they see fit. Along with their daily needs being met, residents can enjoy the opportunity to live among peers, in a community with others of similar ages and backgrounds. Typically comprised of a private living area and a full kitchen, these communities offer homes with many of the amenities of apartment life but with none of the hassle. Guests can be invited over and entertained, and more time can be spent with them with the basic maintenance of daily tasks out of the way. While policies vary between locations, a number of residences allow pets as well. If medical or nursing care is desired, residents may always enlist the services of independent caregivers. There are a number of benefits and expenses to balance while deciding on an independent living community. It is important to determine if these services are covered in your care plan: internet access, initial assessment fee, cable TV, move-in fee, wellness program, meals, laundry, and parking. The amenities that pertain to independent living include community activities, beauty salon & barber shop, fitness center & swimming pool, private rental hall, security guards, restaurant-style dining hall, transportation, and laundry service.

Cost of Living

The location in which a care facility is located will have a large influence on the cost of care. The overall cost of living can be a motivating factor in selecting which care option is best for your loved one. The rent burden for Kihei is around 23.9% of the average person's monthly income. Kihei has a median home value of $523,537 and the median cost of rent is around $1,878 per month.

Demographics and Values

Currently, the population of Kihei consists of 22,220 people. Kihei has a population density of 916 people per square mile. Racially, the population of Kihei is 50.4% white, 0.9% black, 22.9% mixed race, 1.5% other or not specified, 2.8% Pacific Islander or Native Hawaiian, 0.3% Native American, 21.3% Asian, and 13.1% Hispanic. In Kihei, 5.3% of the citizens are veterans of the United States military. Of the population of Kihei 7.7% have a graduate degree, 28.5% have a high-school diploma, and 27.0% have a college degree. In Kihei, 8.4% live in poverty, 4.7% are widowed, 8.6% do not have health insurance, and 9.7% have some form of disability. Based on gender, 50.0% are male and 50.0% are female. The median age of Kihei is 39 years old.

State Information

An overview of Hawaii

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. There are 25 hospitals and 61 health centers that service a population of 1,416,789. The Queens Medical Center, Straub Clinic And Hospital, and Pali Momi Medical Center are among the top three highest ranked hospitals in the state. Based on natural beauty, Hawaii ranks 16th in the nation. Overall, Hawaii ranks 24th out of all states in quality of life and 1st in healthcare.

Social demographics of the state

The median age in the state is 39, and 31% of the population is over the age of 55. The state of Hawaii ranks 3rd in the country for diversity. In terms of religious values, 28% of Hawaii's population regularly attend some form of service and there are in total 1,314 different congregations. 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 most recent presidential election, 30% of Hawaii residents voted Republican and 62% voted Democrat.

State-wide weather information

The average monthly precipitation for the state of Hawaii is around 3.82 inches. The average amount of precipitation peaks during the month of March at around 15.67 inches. The average air quality index rating in Hawaii is 41.7 AQI. The average air quality index rating peaks in the month of July with a rating of around 57.8 AQI. Hawaii experiences an average humidity rating of about 73%. Humidity levels tend to reach their peak in the month of November at around 77%. The average temperature in the summer rises to around 75°F. The average high summer temperature is around 89°F in the month of August. The average low summer temperature is around 47°F in the month of June. The average temperature in the winter falls to around 69°F. The average high winter temperature is around 83°F in the month of December. In the winter months, the average low temperature falls to around 42°F during the month of February. 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 mexican primrose, ma'o hau hele, hapu'u, and pua kala. While venturing throughout the state, you might see animals such as the hawaiian poi dog, the hoary bat, the hawaiian freshwater goby, 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 pukiawe, milo, and beach naupaka.