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02/09
2022 Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) State Plan – OPEN FOR PUBLIC COMMENT

The Idaho 2022 WIOA State Plan outlines actions WIOA partners will be committing to in order to place individuals, including youth and those with significant barriers to employment, into high-quality jobs and careers and help employers hire and retain skilled workers.

Please visit the Idaho Workforce Development Council website to access the Public Comment section for the 2022 WIOA State Plan.

03/04
Project Care (Dementia Family Caregivers’)

Rice University is seeking volunteers who are currently dementia family caregivers for an important research study on emotions and caregivers’ health. More information found here.

03/21
LEARN Spring 2022 Community Education Series

For more free local webinars related to Caregiving and taking care of yourself and those we love see https://learnidaho.org/education/

04/04
Free Technology Classes Sponsored by Senior Planet LEARN Idaho & AARP at Dick Eardley Senior Center Boise
04/04
Meridian Senior Center Free Technology Lectures Sponsored by LEARN Idaho and AARP
05/01
Alzheimer’s Association May Education Webinars

Please see the Alzheimer’s Association, Idaho Chapter,  May Education Schedule.  Click here for the full calendar of events.

05/04
Memory Café – Meridian Library, Thursday, May 26, 1:00 – 2:30 pm

The Memory Café a place where family caregivers and their partner with memory loss can get together in a safe, supportive and engaging environment.  Click here for details

05/13
Powerful Tools for Caregivers, May 31 – July 5, 1:00-2:30pm

A 6-part workshop series designed to help family caregivers find balance while caring for a loved one.  For more information Click Here

05/24
Zero-Based Regulations Rule Review – IDAPA 15.01.02 Adult Protective Services

The draft redline rules are being presented for authorization as part of the Idaho Commission on Aging’s plan to review each rule under Executive Order 2020-01, Zero-Based Regulation. The Commission seeks to prevent the accumulation of costly, ineffective, and outdated regulations and reduce regulatory burden to achieve a more efficient operation of government. The rule changes are intended to perform a comprehensive review of this chapter by collaborating with the public to streamline or simplify language. The Idaho Commission on Aging intends to carefully consider all changes presented by the public and may propose certain changes so long as they are consistent with the rules’ statutory authority and the Governor’s Executive Order.  The public may provide comment to the ICOA through 06/30/2022.  Please send all comments to ICOA@aging.idaho.govPlease see the document here.    In addition, ICOA will update and review Adult Protective Services Statute.  If you would like to provide input, please review the document here.