Please be cautious of the imposter phone and email scams

Please be cautious of the imposter phone and email scams. With the US census starting, the political season heating up, and well, just methods of scamming are becoming more refined, government imposter phone and email scams have increased.  Here is an excellent notice released by the Administration for Community Living on January 30, 2020. ACL has partnered … Continue reading Please be cautious of the imposter phone and email scams

Do you manage someone else’s money?

Do you manage someone else’s money? Would you like to understand your responsibilities as you manage that money, become aware of scams and potential financial exploitation, and learn where best to turn if you need help? The federal Comsumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Office of Older Americans, has released four guides to help understand what … Continue reading Do you manage someone else’s money?

If you care for a child who has been diagnosed with Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED), respite is here.

If you care for a child that has been diagnosed with Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED), respite is available for you. The Department of Health and Welfare offers resite care vouchers (up to two per 12 month period) for the legal guardians of youth with SED. They’ve partnered with BPA Health who manages these respite vouchers. … Continue reading If you care for a child who has been diagnosed with Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED), respite is here.

Autism Summit this November 2nd

The Autism Summit is happening in Boise on November 2nd. This summit can be attended in person as well as through webinar. The keynote speaker is Dr. Robert Hendren from the University of California and Idaho’s very own Dr Ted Epperly.