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. Photo credit: … Continue reading Caring for the diverse elder population?
Announcing a new resource for respite in North Idaho! Are you providing care for a child of a family member and in need of a break? The mission of the nonprofit Relatives as Parents located in Post Falls is to help families with limited financial resources access respite care. Please visit their website for more … Continue reading Relatives as Parents: Respite & Resources
The ICA leadership recently received an article via email from a fabulous organization called Daughterhood. Given the current hustle and bustle of the holiday season, it really resonated with the group. We loved this article so much that we wanted to share it with our community as well. Article reposted with permission from Daughterhood.org Original … Continue reading Caregiver’s Holiday Survival Guide
From the Editor: Today’s guest blog is from Dan Canfield, program founder of Hike2Heal, a non-profit respite program coming next year to the Boise area. Reading time: 5 mins. Hike 2 Heal: A New Respite Program As I was applying for jobs during my last year of college, the full time job that I landed … Continue reading Hike 2 Heal with Founder Dan Canfield
Welcome to the Idaho Caregiver Alliance’s (ICA) new website! My name is Ryan Hoffman and I will be updating this blog periodically. I am new to ICA and look forward to using my background in media communication to further the goals of the organization. Check back from time to time for information on resources, local … Continue reading 1st Week Blog Post: What is Respite Care?