Due to COVID-19 regulations within hospitals and primary care clinics, caregivers are being urged to wait outside during the patient’s appointment. This policy presents new challenges, as many caregivers are essential in communication between the patient and provider. In the article, “4 Things to Know When Taking a Loved One to the Doctor During COVID-19”, … Continue reading Does Someone You Care for Have a Doctor’s Appointment Coming Up?
Join AARP Idaho for a day at the legislature at the Idaho Capitol on Monday, February 3, 2020. Visit with state legislators, attend committee meetings, and learn more about AARP Idaho’s 2020 legislative priorities. The event is free and lunch will be provided. We will be meeting in the C.W. Moore building at 250 South … Continue reading AARP Idaho Day at the Legislature -Boise
Are you interested in being an advocate at the Idaho State Capitol for Alzheimer’s and other dementias? The Idaho Alzheimer’s Association can help you out with training and even the logding if you are traveling from outside the Treasure Valley. All of this will help gear up for the 2020 Alzheimer’s Advcocacy Day on February … Continue reading Advocate at the Capitol for Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias
On January 6, 2020, Governor Little will hold his State of the State address. During which he will outline his policy priorities and budget recommendations for the 2020 legislative session. You can watch a live streaming of the address by clicking on the following link, 2020 State of the State.