AILH Volunteers

We are extremely grateful for the dedicated service of our volunteers. AILH volunteers have provided countless hours of clerical support, manual labor, mentoring, and technical support.  Mahalo to our volunteers island-wide!





Laura Tobosa

Laura has been a long-time supporter of AILH. She has volunteered her time to assist at all our Consumer Christmas Parties and has generously donated door prizes for the consumers in attendance.  Additionally, she comes to our office or our consumers’ homes and notarizes papers free of charge whenever it is needed.  





Linda Boring

Linda has been volunteering with AILH for the past two years and has been such a tremendous help. She assists by contacting all of our support group members to remind them of our monthly meetings and helps coordinate our Thanksgiving Luncheon. In addition, her husband Lou donates his time and cooks our Thanksgiving turkey. We appreciate his attention to detail when it comes to the turkey, and it is always very delicious!





Valerie Yamada

Valerie Yamada was a nurse prior to suffering a stroke and eventually being diagnosed with traumatic brain injury. As part of her recovery and therapy, she has been a long time member of our Hui Malama Po’o Support Group, one of our support groups for consumers with Traumatic Brain Injury. Val eventually had taken a leadership role and volunteers her time to coordinate the groups activities. Members find it valuable as part of their support in sharing about their experience with TBI and facing obstacles on a daily basis.




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R. Anthony Solis (RAS)

Anthony handles all the technical aspects of AILH including training, support, and consulting. Anthony is a web enthusiast and survived the early dot coms. His spare time is spent with his family of 8 kids and his very patient wife.
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RayGil Bolden – Media Assistant

RayGil is an 18 year old high school graduate from Hawaii Technology Academy. He is a dedicated AILH volunteer who assists in various activities from the design and creation of support group flyers, the filming of the agency’s first disability segment videos through Olelo, entertainment for Oahu consumer holiday parties and overall assistance as needed.

He is currently assisting the TeleConnect Program by writing consumer success stories, captioning and auto captioning the training videos produced in collaboration with the UH Pacific BasinTelehealth Resource Center.




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