Aiea, HI Senior Guide

The Aiea, HI Senior Guide contains key statistics and information about how senior citizens in Aiea live. Use this tool to compare healthcare quality, senior housing options, demographic and financial statistics, and other important data for Aiea with the rest of the country. This guide also contains helpful contact information for local government agencies that offer assistance to senior citizens.

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Key Senior Statistics

Use these key statistics to learn more about Aiea, HI seniors.

  • 21% of the population of Aiea, HI are seniors Source:
  • 12% of those seniors living in Aiea, HI are living alone Source:
  • 2% of Aiea senior households have an annual income of less than $10k and 10% less than $20k Source: ACS
  • 67% of Aiea, HI residents 60 and over received food stamps in the last year Source: ACS
  • The average Social Security Income in Aiea is $19,495/year Source: ACS
  • The median household income for a Aiea senior is $75,357 Source: ACS
  • Compared to other states, Hawaii ranks 4th for Long Term Care and 4th for America's Health Rankings Source:
  • There are 276 working seniors in Aiea Source: ACS
  • 24% of the seniors in Aiea are veterans Source: ACS

Population by Age

children (18%) working aged (61%) seniors (21%)

(as of 2010)

In the U.S., around 10,000 baby boomers are turning 65 today and everyday for over the next 15 years.

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Senior Housing

Use our senior housing data to get a snapshot of the housing characteristics and living arrangements of the aging population in Aiea, HI.

Who do Seniors Live with?

There are 235 seniors living alone in Aiea. Of these, 76% are female. Source:

Seniors Living Alone

Percent Living Alone

Gender of Seniors Living Alone

81% of males 65 and older are married compared with 41% of females.
41% of females are widowed compared with 4% of males. Source:

Marital Status



Senior Households: Homeowners vs. Renters

Year Home was Built



Year Current Resident Moved In



Percentage with Telephone Service

Overall, 0% of Aiea senior households do not have access to phone service.



Access to a Vehicle

Overall, 7% of Aiea senior households do not have access to a vehicle.



Units in Rental Building

0% of senior renters reside in a large development - one that has 50 or more units.

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Long Term Care Choices

Just 37% of people think they will need long term care, but 69% of people actually will.

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Average Monthly Cost of Long Term Care Services in Hawaii

Care TypeHawaii Average CostNational Average Cost
Home Health Care
8 hours per week
Adult Day Care
Weekdays only
Assisted Living$4,000$3,600
Homemaker Services
44 hours per week
Home Health Care
44 hours per week
Nursing Home
Semi-Private - double occupancy room for one person
Nursing Home
Private - single occupancy room for one person
Data from Genworth Long Term Care Costs & Cost of Care in 2015
Genworth Long Term Care Costs & Cost of Care

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Senior Healthcare Quality

Compare the quality of healthcare in Hawaii with the rest of the country by looking at these state-level quality rankings.

Hawaii Long Term Care Scorecard Rankings

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The 50 states plus Washington, D.C. are ranked on a scale of 1 to 51, where 1 is the highest quality, 51 the lowest.

Ranking DimensionHawaii 2011 RankHawaii 2014 Rank
Affordability & Access Rank#14#2
Choice of Setting & Provider#20#36
Quality of Life & Quality of Care Rank#3#9
Support for Family Caregivers#10#1
Effective Transitions Rank#N/A#9
Overall Rank#4#4

Data from - A State Scorecard on Long-Term Services and Supports for Older Adults, People with Physical Disabilities, and Family Caregivers created by:

AARP, Inc.
The Commonwealth Fund
The SCAN Foundation

America's Health Rankings® for Hawaii

Click here for an expanded view of Hawaii's America's Health Rankings® for seniors.

The states are ranked on a scale of 1 to 50, where 1 is the highest ranking, 50 the lowest.

Determinant Hawaii 2013 Rank Hawaii 2015 Rank
Overall #3 #4
All Determinants #11 #5
Behaviors #1 #9
Smoking #3 #2
Chronic Drinking #34 #37
Obesity #1 #1
Underweight #50 #50
Physical Inactivity #6 #8
Dental Visit #2 #1
Pain Management #2 #50
Education #15 #16
Community #47 #21
Community & Environment - Macro #35 #17
Poverty #12 #8
Volunteerism #45 #40
Nursing Home Quality #2 #4
Community & Environment - Micro #49 #27
Food Insecurity #37 #28
Community Support #21 #15
Policy #1 #2
Low-Care Nursing Home Residents #2 #2
Prescription Drug Coverage #27 #27
Geriatrician Shortfall #1 #1
Clinical Care #29 #7
Dedicated Health Care Provider #10 #7
Flu Vaccine #13 #5
Health Screenings #28 #23
Recommended Hospital Care #47 #10
Diabetes Management #9 #7
Home Health Care #38 #41
Preventable Hospitalizations #1 #1
Hospital Readmissions #5 #2
Hospice Care #49 #43
Hospital Deaths #49 #49
All Outcomes #2 #3
ICU Use #25 #27
Falls #3 #4
Hip Fracture #1 #1
Health Status #33 #38
Able-bodied #16 #21
Premature Death #1 #1
Teeth Extractions #1 #1
Poor Mental Health Days #1 #13
Multiple Chronic Conditions #21 #19
Cognition #37 #43
Depression #1 #1

America's Health Rankings® is the longest-running annual assessment of the nation's health on a state-by-state basis. For the past 25 years, America's Health Rankings® has provided a holistic view of the health of the nation. America's Health Rankings® is the result of a partnership between United Health Foundation, American Public Health Association, and Partnership for Prevention™.

Americas Health Rankings - United Health Foundation
United Health Foundation
ALPHA - American Public Health Association

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Senior Financial Overview

View our Aiea, HI financial data below to learn about the income, wealth and costs incurred of those seniors living in the community.

The median household income for seniors in Aiea is $75,357 Source: ACS

Annual Income for Senior Households

18% of senior households in Aiea earn less than $30,000 per year, while 36% earn more than $100K/year

Only those where the head of household is 65 or over are included. As an example, an elderly widow and her children's income would be counted if her children choose to live with her. However, if she chooses to live with her children, neither would be counted.

Also, keep in mind the distinction between household and individual income. A married couple over the age of 65 that is still working and earning $30,000 per year each would have a household income of $60,000.

The average Social Security income per household receiving the benefit in Aiea is $19,495 Source: ACS
The average retirement income per household receiving it in Aiea is $25,023 Source: ACS
15% of seniors in Aiea, HI are employed. Source: ACS

Employment Status



How Seniors Travel to/from Work

25% of Aiea seniors have a college degree. Source: ACS

Highest Level of Education



77% of seniors living in Aiea speak English at home. Source: ACS
11% of the seniors in Aiea are below the poverty level. Source: ACS

Percentage of Seniors Below the Poverty Level



Percent of People 60 and Over Receiving Food Stamps

47% of senior homeowners in Aiea have a mortgage. Source: ACS

Home Ownership Cost as a Percent of Income

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Helpful Contacts for Seniors

  • Hawaii Executive Office on Aging

    Services Provided: State Agency on Aging
    250 South Hotel Street
    Honolulu, HI 96813
    Terri Byers
    (808) 586-0100
    7:45 am - 4:30 pm, HST Monday to Friday
  • Elderly Affairs Division, City and County of Honolulu

    Services Provided: Aging and Disability Resource Centers, Area Agencies on Aging, Elder Abuse Prevention, Information and Assistance, Legal Services
    925 Dillingham Blvd
    Honolulu, HI 96817
    Nalani Aki
    (808) 768-7700
    7:45 am - 4:30 pm, HST Monday to Friday
  • Adult Intake and Protective Services Unit

    Services Provided: Elder Abuse Prevention
    Department of Human Services
    Honolulu, HI 96817
    Lillian Koller
    (808) 832-5115
    7:45 am - 4:30 pm HST Monday to Friday
  • Sage PLUS

    Services Provided: Health Insurance Counseling
    250 South Hotel St. #406
    Honolulu, HI 96813
    Pamela Cunningham
    (808) 586-7299
  • City and County of Honolulu Elderly Affairs Division

    Services Provided: Aging and Disability Resource Centers
    715 South King Street
    Honolulu, HI 96813
    Elizabeth Bethea
    (808) 768-7705
    7:45 am - 4:30 pm HST Monday to Friday
  • Alu Like Inc.

    Services Provided: American Indian Tribes and Tribal Organizations
    2969 Mapunapuna Place
    Honolulu, HI 96819
    Elizabeth Meahl - Director
    (808) 535-1327
    8:00 am - 4:30 pm, HST Monday to Friday
  • Department of Human Services, Social Services (Adult Protective Services Intake Unit)

    Services Provided: Elder Abuse Prevention
    1390 Miller Street, Room 209
    Honolulu, HI 96813
  • Long Term Care Ombudsman Program

    Services Provided: Long-term Care Ombudsman

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Sources - Data from the 2010 United States Census. The Census counts every resident in the U.S. and is conducted once every 10 years. ACS - Data from the the 2009-2013 American Community Survey (ACS). The ACS is conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau every year. Because every resident is not surveyed each year, data from a 5 year period is used to improve accuracy.