April 28, 2017

Our Values

Our values flow naturally from these 12 Hawaiian cultural beliefs. These are Hawaiian words that you will hear often as your experience the warmth of our staff and neighboring residents. Hawaiian language is actually quite simple to learn – each syllable is pronounced as it looks.

Ho`ohanohano (January)
To conduct yourself with distinction, honor, and integrity in all that you do.

Kupono (February)
To be forthright, honest, and fair in your relationships with others.

Kuleana (March)
To exercise your authority and carry out your responsibility as vital to the achieving of excellence for the organization.

Lokomaika`i (April)
To always act with generosity and kindness toward others.

Kokua (May)
To be helpful and work cooperatively with your fellow workers, especially during stressful times.

Huikala (June)
To be unconditionally tolerant and forgiving of others.

Kela (July)
To be committed to excellence and the highest standards in carrying out your responsibilities.

`Ohana (August)
To be genuinely caring of each other and bond together as a family.

Laulima (September)
Many hands working together in cooperation and harmony.

Ho`ole hemahema (October)
To strive for perfection, to work without mistakes.

Aloha (November)
To extend an unconditional hand of friendship to a stranger as an intimate gesture of welcome.

No`ono`o pono (December)
To think righteously.

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