Please click this link to download the guide: Aids To Assist This publication is intended to provide ideas for caregivers who face challenges while caring for those affected with Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias. I hope that the caregiving aids you read about here will give you encouragement to find your own solutions to any […]
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Alzheimer's Idaho is a local non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality client-centered services for those affected with Alzheimer’s and other dementias. We offer services in Boise and nearby outlying areas in the Treasure Valley. Additionally, we have achieved our donation and fundraising goals and are now able to provide subsidized respite and day care for affected families.
We are a stand-alone non-profit 501(c)(3) organization providing a variety of services and support locally to our affected Alzheimer’s population and their families/caregivers. We are a support system to both local families affected by the disease, and professionals as well. We are not affiliated with the National Alzheimer’s Association.
Jerri Stanfield, Alzheimer's Idaho Executive Director, assists families and professionals alike, with training and coaching in Alzheimer's/other dementia behaviors (families at no cost to them) and with the assist of dedicated volunteers organizes fundraisers for the organization. As a local grass roots non-profit, Alzheimer's Idaho is consistent with services and support for families in daily caregiving of the affected.
Blog Entries and Announcements
The worry and concern that comes with an affected family member with Alzheimer’s/dementia can be both concerning and stressful on an ongoing basis. Alzheimer’s Idaho can give some easy solutions to eliminating this very important safety issue, and we can also provide a helpful tool to the doctors and/or family members that might want to […]
Alzheimer’s Idaho loves and appreciates all the loving care that our Sweet Magnolias have given their spouses in the challenging disease of Alzheimer’s. Here is an image from our March meeting.
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Recent News Articles
BY JON HAMILTON, NPR While the prevalence of dementia cases dropped, the average amount of education in the study population increased. In 2000, the average amount of education was 11.8 years, just shy of the 12 years it usually takes to graduate from high school. In 2012, the average amount of education was 12.7 years […]
BY JON HAMILTON, NPR A new study finds that the prevalence of dementia has fallen sharply in recent years, most likely as a result of Americans’ rising educational levels and better heart health, which are both closely related to brain health. Read the full article at PBS…
BY JON HAMILTON, NPR Researchers have identified a substance in muscles that helps explain the connection between a fit body and a sharp mind. Read the full article at NPR…
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