Creating a better Hawaii for our Elders requires reliable information and knowledge. That is why HPGS was organized in 1979. The Society enables people of all backgrounds who are concerned with the welfare of older adults in Hawaii and the Pacific region, to gather on common ground to promote common good.

The Society is the largest voluntary multidisciplinary group committed to dialogue and discussion, networking and information sharing on issues and policies affecting older adults in this geographic area. More than 400 older adults, caregivers, gerontological educators, medical and social service practitioners, health care providers, agency personnel and organizations from all sectors of the community make up the membership.

Society members benefit from opportunities to:

If you are a professional or non-professional, actively retired or still employed, young or not so young, if you are engaged by the idea of Creating a better Hawaii for our elders, please accept this invitation to join the Hawaii Pacific Gerontological Society now.



HPGS Brochure & Membership Registration Form