Idaho Family Caregiver Conference – 2024 Sponsors

Celebrating Caregivers as
Care Champions

Thank You to Our 2024 Sponsors

PRESENTING SPONSORS

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Molina Healthcare of Idaho

For the health care you need now, lean on Molina. No matter how the world may change, one thing remains the same: at Molina Healthcare, our highest priority is our members’ good health. We design our plans around your needs, just like we have for more than 40 years.

SUSTAINING SPONSORS


LEARN

LEARN – Lifelong Education and Aging Resource Network, Inc is an Idaho-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to help people navigate the joys and challenges of aging and caregiving. We serve as a trusted source of information and resources and provide FREE education delivered by volunteer LEARN member professionals and partners.  With over 150 videos in our online Video Library in the topic areas of health, wealth, lifestyle, caregiving, technology, and elder abuse awareness, our in-person technology classes, and our Professional Education program our goal is to make sure Idahoans have access to the aging and caregiving resource and information they need.

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St. Luke's Health System

“People deserve the very best we can offer, from safety and quality care to advanced technology, education and tools to live a healthy life. Our strategy outlines our plans to improve access to care, lower costs, and work with partners to support healthy communities.”

SUPPORTING SPONSORS

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AARP Idaho

AARP’s purpose is to empower people to live better as they age, leading positive social change and delivering value to members through advocacy, service and information to make things better for society and play a positive role in communities of all kinds.

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Delta Dental of Idaho

Delta Dental of Idaho is the leading dental benefits carrier in the state, providing quality, affordable dental plans for both companies and individuals. We are a not-for-profit organization seeking to improve the dental health of all Idahoans through our plan offerings and community outreach programs. Nationally, Delta Dental member companies provide coverage to more than 80 million Americans. For more information, visit deltadentalid.com.

 

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Idaho Community Care Program

The Community Care Program provides case management services statewide to those who are caring for an individual with memory concerns and/or Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementias. These services include caregiver assessments to help identify needs, referrals to caregiver-focused events such as support groups, community resources, and respite services. The Community Care Program is operated by Southwest Idaho Agency on Aging and Idaho Commission on Aging.

 

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My Places Community Events

My Places Community Events (MPCE) is an Idaho 501c3 founded in 2015 for educational and enrichment purposes. Our Mission is to provide Safe, Adaptive, and Integrated Events for people of all ages and abilities. We want to have FUN in our community by connecting with others to learn and grow. We partner with local businesses to offer activities every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, supporting our local economy and giving participants a public space to socialize and interact. We do not provide support staff. We do ensure that there is no cost for support staff to attend. Our volunteer board comprises caregivers, parents, and people who believe that ‘Everyone Deserves Support.’ Each year, on the last Wednesday in May, we host an All Abilities Carnival at Expo Idaho to bring together as many community resources and fun as possible. For more information, please visit MyPlacesCE.org.

 

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Saint Alphonsus

At Saint Alphonsus, we serve together in the spirit of the Gospel as a compassionate and transforming healing presence within our communities. We value reverence, commitment to those experiencing poverty, safety, justice, stewardship and integrity. 

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Southeast Idaho Area Agency on Aging

The Area V Agency on Aging (AVAA) located in Pocatello is the designated Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) for Southeast Idaho. The AVAA serves the citizens of Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida and Power counties. Our mission is to provide a person-centered network of quality services and supports that empower, inspire and educate older adults, persons with disabilities, vulnerable adults and family caregivers to maintain their independence, safety, dignity and quality of life in the setting of their choice.

CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS

Blue Cross of Idaho Care Plus

Blue Cross of Idaho

Blue Cross of Idaho knows how important it is to get the quality, affordable healthcare you deserve. With our combined Medicare-Medicaid Coordinated Plan (MMCP), you’ll get coverage tailored to your needs, as well as additional services like Care Coordination to help you manage your care. The True Blue Special Needs Plan provides Medicare and Medicaid benefits, including Part D, under one plan at no additional cost. With just one member ID card, you get access to a large provider network, meals service, extra support around the home, and more.

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Select Health

Select Health® is a nonprofit health plan dedicated to simplifying healthcare for our more than one million members across the Mountain West. Through a shared mission with Intermountain Health of Helping People Live the Healthiest Lives Possible®, Select Health is committed to providing simple, sincere, and seamless experiences and products. Select Health offers commercial and government medical plans, as well as dental, vision, and pharmacy benefit management. For more information, visit www.selecthealth.org.

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Center on Disabilities and Human Development

The University of Idaho’s Center on Disabilities and Human Development (CDHD) is one of 67 nationwide University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD). Designated by federal law, UCEDDs work collectively to solve complex societal problems and build a quality workforce prepared to support transformative initiatives that shape future outcomes for people across the age span, from culturally diverse backgrounds who experience disabilities or are at-risk.

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

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Hike 2 Heal

Seasoned caregivers know the secret to success is to take time for yourself. Time to recharge. Hike 2 Heal is a resource for Idahoans who are caregivers. Founded in 2018 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit we’ve been connecting caregivers through outdoor adventures and providing respite care for those caring for loved ones. Our mission is to be a support system to caregivers through outdoor adventures so that caregivers can regain balance and perspective. 

 

Our day hikes, backpacking, and snowshoeing trips allow caregivers to connect with others on a similar journey. The adventures are open to all experience levels. Caregivers can truly come, take a break, and experience the healing power of nature. All expenses are covered, including transportation, food, equipment, and supplies if needed. Our vision at Hike 2 Heal is that every caregiver has the support network they need to live balanced lives in their role as a caregiver. 

COMMUNITY FRIENDS

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