During the last 40 years, demographics, lifestyles and the healthcare system have evolved and our organization has evolved with those changes. Keiro means “respect for our elders.” Our name both honors our past and welcomes people outside the Japanese community. Over the years, our goal has remained the same: To provide elderly persons on a nonprofit basis with housing facilities and services, specially designed to meet the physical, social and psychological needs of the aged, and contribute to their health, security, happiness, and usefulness in longer living. We do it through our mission of Making Every Day the Best Day for our residents, families, and the entire community.
Our dining services offer chef-prepared meals from a menu of delicious choices. We are known for our Japanese menus, including home style dishes like saba shioyaki, Japanese curry, and barazushi. Residents and families look forward to our special holiday menus, including traditional osechi ryori.
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