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We care for caregivers of Idaho.

Did you know 1 in 4 Idahoans

care for someone with a physical, intellectual, cognitive disability, or mental health condition? Research shows that by supporting caregivers, we can also improve the lives of the people they care for. Sponsored by the Idaho Caregiver Alliance, the Family Caregiver Navigator program helps caregivers connect with resources throughout Idaho to improve their quality of life - so they can build a sustainable caregiving plan for the years to come.

We care for caregivers of Idaho.

Did you know 1 in 4 Idahoans is a family caregiver?

If you care for someone with a physical, intellectual, cognitive disability, or mental health condition, you're not alone. Millions of Americans are taking on caregiving duties. Research shows that by supporting caregivers, we can also improve the lives of the people they care for. Our free options counseling and resource referral service is backed by years of caregiver research from the software platform TCare.

Sponsored by the Idaho Caregiver Alliance, the program helps caregivers connect with resources throughout Idaho to improve their quality of life. Caregiver wellness is our priority, and we'll help you build a sustainable caregiving plan for the years to come.

Caregiving Style

This program completely changed my caregiving style. It offered so many useful resources that I took advantage of. It also helped me in taking care of myself.

More confident

I felt very uncomfortable and grief-stricken over my wife's decline. The intake, evaluation, input, and advice provided by [the Navigator] helped me feel more confident about my decisions.

Low-risk platform

[This program provided] a low-risk platform to talk about my situation, get beneficial suggestions to cope, and communicate when I need help.

How it works

Visit the For Caregivers page FAQ to learn more about the process

Contact Us

Call, email or book an appointment to get started, or take the brief screener and we’ll reach out to you. Professionals can submit a referral form that will trigger up to two attempts to contact the caregiver

Meet Your Navigator

The Navigator can answer any of your general questions about the program and our process

Take the Assessment

The Navigator conducts a research-based assessment that helps identify your biggest areas of stress or burden

Make a Plan

The Navigator generates a care plan with outside referrals and together you decide what your priorities are for follow-up

Close the loop

The Navigator works with you until you have successfully connected with the needed resources, and checks back in to adapt your care plan as needed

Idaho Caregiver Alliance Blog

  • Kristina Culver #CaregiverAnd ArtistKristina Culver #CaregiverAnd Artist
    This Caregiver Spotlight features Kristina Culver (45) who is currently a caregiver for her husband, Bill (45). Though not too long ago Bill was in the role of caregiver and it was Kristina who needed support. Kristina and Bill met in their first year of college 28 years ago, having… Read more »
  • Referring Partner Spotlight – Aesha DrozdowskiReferring Partner Spotlight – Aesha Drozdowski
    What is your role at St. Al’s? I am one of the Saint Alphonsous Medical Group’s Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacists. I work within the SAMG 12th Ave Family Medicine clinic in Nampa, ID.  I assist patients, caregivers, staff and providers with medication inquiries, reconciliation and/or access. With a Collaborative Practice Agreement… Read more »
  • Tony Chapa #CaregiverAnd FishermanTony Chapa #CaregiverAnd Fisherman
    In recognition of November as National Family Caregiver Month, this Caregiver Spotlight is of a man named Tony Chapa (57). For roughly two years now, Tony has been the primary caregiver of his mother Olivia Chapa (83), who is in the late stages of dementia. Tony is a #CaregiverAnd an… Read more »

Quick Caregiver Facts

employed

employed

61%

are employed in the work force

health probs

health probs

1 in 5

say their own health is fair to poor

financial impact

financial impact

45%

have had at least one financial impact

Source: AARP, 2020_infographic-caregiving-in-the-united-states

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