We raised over $60,000 to help Beat the Odds of dementia!

The 2017 NPF Golf Committee greatly appreciates your assistance in helping us raise over $60,000 for the Nikkei Seniors Health Care & Housing Society (NSHCHS) on Friday, May 26th, 2017 at Riverway Golf Course in Burnaby!
Funds raised help support and broaden the reach of the Nimi Nikkei Home’s aim of enhancing quality of life for seniors, caregivers, and families. Your generosity goes directly towards multiple initiatives, including day programs for seniors living with dementia, wellness and dementia education for families, exercise programs for older adults with mobility issues, and the construction of a dedicated seniors’ activity room, opening in early 2018.
Once again, we would also like to extend our thanks to Strand Properties Corporation, Bosa Properties, Self Storage Depot, Mr. Ken Yada and Family, Fujiya, ONNI Group, Interworld, the Keg Steakhouse + Bar, the Jack Gin Foundation and the LJB Foundation.
None of this would have been possible without our generous Sponsors, Donors, Golfers and Volunteers. Thanks to overwhelming response, our growing tournament sold out for the second year in a row! Please reserve your foursome for next year’s tournament to avoid disappointment. Stay tuned for our announcement and event date for 2018.

For some fantastic photos of the day’s events and a complete showcase of sponsors and donors click here!

Nikkei Seniors launches the Iki Iki (Lively, Lively!) dementia friendly program toolkit

Iki Iki Lively Lively! is a pioneer day program for seniors living with dementia, and for seniors requiring easier-paced activities. One of its unique features is the opportunity for other seniors and volunteers to take lead roles in program delivery.
Nikkei Seniors has created an Iki Iki (Lively, Lively!) program toolkit (available in English, Japanese, and French) that aims to help any community group, organization or individuals launch their own version of their Iki Iki (Lively, Lively!) dementia-friendly social day program.
Click here to find out more about their community programs or click the image below to find out more about their Iki Iki (Lively, Lively!) program toolkit. Iki Iki Program Toolkit