Autism/ Aspergers Support Groups

Parenting Aspergers Community provides families with information that is applicable to all family members. Find a list of the support groups in the state of Idaho on this website.

  • 600 North Curtis Road Suite 145, Boise, ID 83706-1451, USA
  • 2714 8th Avenue Suite 8, Lewiston, ID 83501-3320, USA

Idaho Caregivers Unite

An online Facebook group of caregivers who strive to support each other in the struggles that can come with caring for a loved one. This group thrives by showing love, respect, loyalty, and dignity for each member in the group.

Brain Injury Alliance of Idaho (BIAID) Support Groups

In response to the needs of those who have been affected by brain injuries in Idaho, the Brain Injury Alliance of Idaho provides services such as advocacy, education, and support groups for individuals who have had a brain injury and their families.

  • 600 North Robbins Road, Boise, ID 83702-4565, USA
  • 4402 East Flamingo Avenue, Nampa, ID 83687-9203, USA
  • 315 Falls Avenue, Twin Falls, ID 83301-3367, USA

Idaho Respite Care Voucher Program – BPA Health

BPA Idaho Respite care voucher program helps families afford respite services through use of respite vouchers.

Categories: Health & Wellness, Respite
Tags: BPA, voucher
  • 8050 West Rifleman Street, Boise, ID 83704-9004, USA

Parkinson’s Foundation – Pacific Northwest Chapter

People with Parkinson’s disease (PD) have a better life because of Parkinson’s Foundation Pacific Northwest. Their online events provide a variety of ways to seek support and get involved virtually including mindfullness Mondays, fitness Fridays, and support groups.

The Anchorage Care Management, LLC

They work to improve the quality of life of loved ones through professional assessments and management as well are care planning. As Professional Geriatric Care Managers, they work specifically with seniors and the issues and challenges that affect their quality of life. They coordinate all aspects of care in order to bring about positive change. Serves the following areas: Boise, Caldwell, Eagle, Emmett, Kuna, Meridian, Middleton, Nampa, and Star.

Idaho Commission on Aging: Dementia skills, caregiving skills, and more.

The Idaho Commission on Aging offers education to all, targeted servuices to those who are at the highest risk, as well as help for those in crisis. The education they provide aims to equip older adults with the knowledge they need to keep them living in their communities as long as possible. They provide online module trainings on dementia skills, caregiver skills, healthy caregiving, and ending lonliness.

My Places Community Events

My Place Community Events seeks to provide safe, inclusive, and adaptive events for all no matter age or ability. The board of directors and event staff are all volunteers that are passionate about providing these services.

Hike 2 Heal

John and Junes Mission is a non-profit organization that reduces burdens of survivors and caregivers. They do this through personal growth opportunities in wilderness experiences and community resource partnerships.

  • 3022 South Shadywood Way, Boise, ID 83716-7054, USA

Idaho Project for Children and Youth with Deaf-Blindness

The Idaho Project for Children and Youth with Deaf Blindness works to improve the educational services that are provided to those who have a combination of vision and hearing impairments. They provide these services to people up to age 21. They achieve this goal by providing technical assistance and training to parents, service providers, and agencies.

  • 322 East Front Street # 200, Boise, ID 83702-7372, USA