AARP released their findings in the new Home Alone Revisited report which built upon the study originally conducted in 2012. This study looks at how family caregivers are managing their specific caregiver tasks. For the full report click on the following link Home Alone Revisited.
Giving yourself credit as a caregiver is important. This article is a great resource for looking at how to better appreciate your good deeds, click on the following link. Agegracefullyamerica.com. Reposted with permission.
The Council on Developmental Disabilities is seeking twenty-five highly motivated and enthusiastic parents of children with developmental disabilities and adults with developmental disabilities to participate in the 2019 class of Idaho Partners in Policymaking.
Next session starts in Sept.
Preference will be given, but not limited to:
- Parents of young children (birth to 10 years) who have developmental disabilities
- Adults with developmental disabilities (age 18 and older)
If you are interested please follow the link ICDD and click on the appropriate application.
***The application provides quite a bit of information about the event as well as the dates of the next session.
This 20-minute survey will help provide the Diverse Elder Coalition with updated information to improve tools, resources, and programs meeting the needs of caregivers in LGBT and racial/ethnic communities. To access the survey and find more information on it click on the following link survey. The survey will close on May 10, 2019.