The Idaho Caregiver Conference will be held on February 15, 2020, at 8 am. To find out more and register, click on this LINK We look forward to seeing you there.
Register Now for the 2020 Rural Health Legislative Luncheon New this Year! Lunch & Learn Thursday, February 13 11:30 am to 1:30 pm Idaho Statehouse, 2nd Floor Rotunda Join rural health professionals from around the state for a drop-by lunch of tasty finger sandwiches and healthy snacks from All About You Catering. Visit the stand-up … Continue reading 2020 Rural Health Legislative Luncheon
There are times as a caregiver our hearts smile, but then there are times we can feel sad, isolated, and depressed. Being a caregiver tends to inspire ingenuity for finding ways to get through the hard times. In the article, Family caregivers discuss ways to alleviate stress during the holiday season, caregivers suggest some common … Continue reading Some caregiver tools to help you get through the hard times.
Senior Corps is looking for volunteers who are 55 and older and like working with children. There is a small stipend, assistance with gas mileage, and the satisfaction that you’re making a difference in the life of a child. If you are interested please email your interest and information to firstname.lastname@example.org
Input is needed to help the Administration for Community Living, the RAISE Family Caregivers Act, and the Supporting Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Act build a report to include best practices, resources, and other useful information. “This report will be delivered to the Secretary of Health and Human Services, Congress, and the state agencies responsible for carrying … Continue reading Supporting Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, Input Needed
Are you in need of respite? There are programs scattered around Idaho offering some form of respite service. Check out the current list of programs that are supported in part by grant monies received through the Idaho Commission on Aging from the US Administration of Community Living click on the following link, Respite programs in … Continue reading Are you in need of respite?
The Alzheimer’s Association has released a few modules that are geared towards schools in public health and other related disciplines. That being said, if you are interested in learning more about cognitive health, cognititve impairment, and Alzheimer’s disease you might find these modules interesting and informative. Currently there are four modules: A public Health Crisis … Continue reading Alzheimer’s Association has released a few lesson modules
It is no suprise, but last Thursday Molina Healthcare provided the Idaho Caregiver Alliance (ICA) a donation and said they believe in the mission and work we do. This work could not be done without each and every one of our family caregivers throughout Idaho, you help us get the job done. We are so … Continue reading Molina Healthcare Believes in the ICA Mission
Idaho Caregiver Alliance News Brief The Idaho Caregiver Alliance is excited to share some information with you which is why we created an ICA News Brief. Hopefully, your inbox just received it. But, just in case you missed the news, Here is what the brief included. Breaking News: We are excited to announce that Governor … Continue reading Extra Extra