The Social Security Administration has some new tools for caregivers. They’ve created a Representative Payee Portal which can help you manage direct deposit, wage reporting, and annual reporting for your beneficiaries. To read more go to the Social Security Administration website and click on New Resources for Individuals Who Provide Care.
The holidays are upon us, how are you measuring up on your caregiver stress? There are many stress assessments out there, here is one that the Alzheimer’s Association came up with called 10 symptoms of caregiver stress. This assessment is helpful for caregivers no matter if the loved one they’re taking care of has Alzheimer’s … Continue reading How are you measuring up on your caregiver stress?
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.
The United Way of Treasure Valley, in partnership of Saint Alphonsus, needs your assistance. If you live in Ada, Canyon, Elmore, Gem, Owyhee, Malheur, Payette, or Washington County please take a moment to fill out this community assessment survey. The informaiton from this survey will provide a high-level overview of community needs and helps community … Continue reading The United Way of Treasure Valley needs your assistance
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
National Family Caregivers Month Proclamation Signing We did it! You did it! Together, we are bringing awareness of family caregivers throughout Idaho. To honor each Idaho family caregiver, Governor Brad Little signed a proclamation recognizing November as National Family Caregivers Month. To see the proclamation click on the image or title of this post.
We are so excited to announce Governor Brad Little will be issuing a proclamation for National Family Caregivers Month in the Governor’s Ceremonial Office at 11 a.m. on November 7, 2019.
The Administration for Community Living announced that the Human Services Research Institute in partnership with the National Association of State Head Injury are launching the Traumatic Brain Injury Technical Assistance and Resource Center. The goal of this new center is to help states promote access and supports to individuals who have sustained a TBI. To … Continue reading A new national center for traumatic brain injury to open