Funding and Educational Opportunities

The Idaho Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias (ADRD) Program periodically provides funding opportunities and highlights other internal or external funding or educational opportunities for providers and partners interested in ADRD risk reduction and treatment.

Funding Opportunities

There are no funding opportunities at this time. Please check back later.

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Free Health Materials
Order or download free multilingual materials to help others learn about brain health and wellness and ADRD.

Educational Opportunities

University of Idaho Project ECHO

The Idaho ADRD Program is honored to contribute $50,000 of state funds towards a second year of Project ECHO brain health, Alzheimer's, dementia, and family caregiver sessions. ECHO Idaho’s Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias series provides an opportunity to learn best practices to identify, treat and manage brain health and other dementia-related concerns. Each session is free and is designed to be collaborative, engaging and immediately applicable to your practice. Get free CME for healthcare professionals! Register here: 

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Indian Country ECHO

Indian Country ECHO is growing a welcoming professional community that enhances providers’ ability to offer American Indian and Alaska Native patients high-quality, specialized care. Indian Country ECHO fosters collaboration through offering teleECHO programs – friendly, interactive online learning environments where clinicians and staff serving American Indian and Alaska Native patients can connect with peers, engage in didactic presentations, collaborate on case consultations, and receive mentorship from clinical experts from across Indian Country.

The Alzheimer's and Dementia ECHO Program for Professional Care Providers

The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care ECHO Program connects dementia care experts with professional care providers in a free continuing education series of interactive, case-based video conferencing sessions. The program enables professional care providers in long-term care settings to better understand Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia and emphasizes high-quality, person-centered care in community-based settings.