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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.

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In 2019, our not-for-profit organization responded to the growing challenges in the skilled nursing industry by closing the Keiro Rehabilitation and Care Center, as well as our community programs. We consolidated our services to direct all of our attention and resources to the assisted living community and the adult day program, both of specific value to our residents and aging members of our surrounding community.

Today, Nikkei Manor, our assisted living facility, continues to provide a warm and caring environment for our wonderful residents. With outstanding Japanese food served daily, enrichment activities to engage the hearts and minds, and a strong team of nurturing care staff, our residents enjoy a high quality of life in Seattle. In addition, our Kokoro Kai adult day program opens Nikkei Manor to the community so that elders living at home can enjoy a day program of lively activities, intergenerational programming, outing to local events, and a meal with familiar faces.