Idaho Department on Aging and Elder Services Older Americans Act In , an amendment to the federal Older Americans Act (OAA) required states to separate their aging planning and service areas and to designate Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) to implement programs and services for older Americans at the local level. Adult Day Care Adult Day Care is a service for frail, physically or cognitively impaired seniors, and their caregivers. Numerous stand-alone adult day care facilities and adult day care centers are available in urban and suburban areas to provide elderly care. Check your state here.
Become a Certified Powerful Tools for Caregivers Class Leader (Feb 22 – Feb 26, pm – pm MST) Contact Mike Hirschi () The challenges in meeting the needs of vulnerable adults are to ensure there is no abuse, neglect or exploitation. If we know a vulnerable adult who is not getting the care they need, Adult Protective Services (APS) are available to assist. APS responds to the following reports concerning a vulnerable adult age 18 or older.
Services are prioritized to help those most at-risk, based on various factors. The ICOA assists older adults and people with disabilities to remain independent, avoid institutionalization and age in place in their own homes and communities of choice. Mission: To lead system creation and network coordination to support Idahoans as they age. The Area Agency on Aging of North Idaho, located in Coeur d’Alene, provides information and support that maximizes independence and quality of life for older adults, individuals with disabilities and vulnerable adults 18 years and older. The agency serves the citizens of Benewah, Bonner, Boundary, Kootenai and Shoshone counties.
Area V Agency on Aging (Southeast Idaho) E Center Street, Pocatello, ID E-mail: [email protected] Phone: / Fax: Community & Economic Development E Center Street, Pocatello, ID