Here are the questions we will ask Kana'e Soto.
What is your role here at Lanakila Kitchen?
How long have you been working here?
How did you start working here?
Are you currently in a job training program? (or do you train other people now?)
What has the job training program done for you?
How has Lanakila Kitchen helped you?
What was your life like before you were employed at Lanakila Kitchen?
What is your relationship with the staff and employees here at Lanakila Kitchen?
What kinds of opportunities has this Lanakila Kitchen given you?
What do you like most about this job?
What have you learned from working at Lanakila Kitchen?
What does Lanakila Kitchen mean to you?
Here are the questions we will ask Carol Horner, Lanakila Kitchen's Project Manager. A transcription will be following this post in the future.
What is your name and how do you spell it?
What is Lanakila Kitchen?
What is your title and job place?
How did you start working as the project manager?
How long have Lanakila Kitchen been open?
What makes Lanakila Kitchen so special and unique?
Can you explain Lanakila Pacific?
How does it help people with challenged lives?
How many trainees have you guys helped?
What does Lanakila Kitchen mean to you?
Is there a need for lanakila kitchen if so why?
1. Meet the Character. A regular hardworking employee here at Lanakila Kitchen in Lawai.
2. Lanakila Kitchen is a take-out restaurant that employs adults with disabilities and challenged lives on Kauai.
3. Lanakila Kitchen provides a Job Training Program and Employment opportunities that teach adults with disabilities life skills.
4. Lanakila Kitchen is a social enterprise of Lanakila Pacific, a non-profit organization that offer services and programs that help adults with challenged lives in Hawaii.
5. This kitchen impacts the lives of trainees in a great way. The kitchen gives opportunities and experiences that other places may not offer.
Who: The employees at Lanakila Kitchen
What: This kitchen hires adults with cognitive, physical, and age-related disabilities that limit them from getting jobs.
When: Present Day
Where: Lanakila Kitchen in Lawai, Hawaii.
Topic: Lanakila Kitchen
Issue: Adults with cognitive, physical, or age-related disabilities have trouble getting jobs because of their challenges but at Lanakila Kitchen they are treated equal.
Angle: Kana'e Soto, a former trainee of Lanakila Kitchen.
Story: Lanakila Kitchen is a social enterprise from Lanakila Pacific, a Hawaii non-profit organization. This take-out restaurant provides good eats from a good deed. It employs adults with disabilities and challenged lives that would restrict them from getting jobs. All proceeds from the restaurant help provide job training and employment opportunities for people with disabilities on Kauai.
"We believe it is the right of every person to live life to the fullest, reach the goals set for oneself and meet their potential. We advocate for people with disabilities for inclusion within the community as a whole."
"Lanakila Pacific is a non-profit organization that builds independence for thousands of people living challenged lives. We are a family of programs and services that enable adults with disabilities, ranging from cognitive, physical and age-related challenges, to reach their goals and potential, while building independence and promoting community inclusion."
"Our organization serves and benefits over 2,000 people annually, right here in our own community. We rely on people like you to help us reach our goals! We are a volunteer and donation driven organization and we couldn’t do it without you. We have over one hundred volunteers that help daily. They execute our meal packaging and delivery program for the elderly, teach special classes and help prepare our participants for job interviews."
"We welcome healthy non-perishable food and monetary donations of all amounts. And by using one of our services, the proceeds help fund our programs! We’re all about energy."
About their types of food and prices and says, “All proceeds from the kitchen support training and employment opportunities for people with challenged lives on Kauai. Lanakila Pacific has helped thousands of people on Oahu for 72 years. This is their first neighbor island kitchen.”
other links of articles of lanakila kitchen
Stop By And Visit Us:
Monday – Friday: 6:30 AM – 2:30 PM
2-3687 Kaumualii Hwy, Lawai, HI 96765
Hi! My name is Alaysia Navor and this is my Quarter 2 Project page. Here you will see all paperwork, the final product, and progress on my partner, Herenui and my project.
About the Project
Our Project is about Lanakila Kitchen, a social enterprise of Lanakila Pacific. This kitchen is a great opportunity for adults with cognitive, physical, social, or age related challenges or disabilities on Kauai.