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Investigates and works to resolve reports of abuse, exploitation, neglect and self neglect of vulnerable adults ages 18 and older.
The Caregiver Support Group provides support information and resources for individuals that are caring for their loved ones. Respite offers free time to individuals taking care of family members by providing supervision to home-bound adults.
Works with individuals who are in need of information, resources, and support regarding a variety of issues including: medical, legal, behavior and school issues.
Locates, mobilizes and coordinates a variety of in-home supportive services to ensure that the senior client is able to remain in their home, while their physical and safety needs are being met.
Gives legal advice, counseling, or representation by an attorney (or other person acting under the supervision of an attorney) to older individuals with economic or social needs through Idaho Legal Aid.
Advocates for and assists in problem solving for residents in nursing homes and assisted living centers. Problems, complaints or concerns focus on choices, residents’ rights, and quality of care or other long term care issues.
Provides housing for persons who are 60 or over, and/or handicapped, and/or disabled, and who meet income and tenant selection criteria.
Congregate Meals provided mid-day nutritious meals at 12 senior community centers. Home Delivered Meals are delivered from 11 senior community centers.
SMP (Senior Medicare Patrol) SMP empower and assist Medicare beneficiaries, their familes, and caregivers to prevent, detect, and report health care fraud, errors, and abuse through outreach, counseling, and education.
MIPPA (Medicare Improvement for Patients and Providers Act) Provides outreach for Medicare Savings Programs such as “Extra Help” and increases awareness of Medicare Part D enrollment and Medicare disease prevention and wellness benefits.