Speech - Language Pathologists

Description: Individuals who assess, diagnose, treat and help to prevent speech, language, cognitive, communication, voice, swallowing, fluency and other related disorders. (AIRS YO-3000.7150-850)

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Blackfoot, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: 701 E Alice
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone: 208-785-5826
Fax: 208-785-1003
Eligibility: Developmental disabilities or delays.
Services Provided: Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include evaluation, diagnosis, referral, information, guardianships and commitments, service coordination, respite care, and family supports. Also provides therapy, such as: developmental, speech, psychological, physical and occupational, and disseminates information regarding private providers of developmental disability services.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program provides early intervention services to help families support their infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) to reach their maximum potential.

Early Intervention Services meet developmental needs of the child and needs of the family to support the child's development.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program is organized around multidisciplinary teams of therapists who are experts in helping children learn to talk, move, think, eat and participate more fully in their family's daily activities.

The Family and Community Services Adult DD program provides services to individuals who have developmental disabilities including court ordered guardianship, commitment and competency evaluations, placement coordination to the Idaho State School and Hospital, non-Medicaid crisis intervention and service coordination, and community resource development.

The Regional Developmental Disabilities Program is administered by the Division of Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Independent Living Council
Address: 570 W Pacific
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone: 208-785-9648
Eligibility: Any person with a disability.
Services Provided: LIFE promotes and practices the independent living philosophy:
*Consumer control of the center regarding decision making, service delivery, management, and policy making.
*Self-help and self-advocacy.
*Development of peer relationship and peer role models.
*Equal access of individuals with disabilities to society and to all services, programs, activities, resources, and facilities.
*Attendant Care Services

LIFE, INC., serves 19 southeastern counties with a variety of resources aimed at assisting people who have disabilities to maintain or increase their independence within their homes, family, and communities.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
495 Emerald Ave
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone: 208-785-0420
Address: 495 Emerald Ave
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone: 208-785-0420
Fax: 208-785-0635
Services Provided: Premier Therapy Associates provide Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapy
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019
725 Jensen Grove Drive, Suite 5
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone: 208-785-9917
Address: 725 Jensen Grove Drive, Suite 5
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone: 208-785-9917
Fax: 208-785-9385
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Services Provided: The Speech and Language Clinic Rehabilitation Center sees any child or adult who is struggling with any of the following: speech, language, cognitive communication impairments, such as attention, memory, and problem solving disorders. They offer evaluations and treatment for Stroke (CVA), Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Aphasia, Apraxia, Dysarthria, Dysphagia, and other neurological disorders. Their SLP's work with you to evaluate, diagnose, and treat speech, language, cognitive-communication, fluency, and swallowing disorders. Their SLP's are specialists for children and adults.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019

Boise, ID

1650 N Hilton St
Boise, ID 83704
Phone: 208-850-5804
Address: 1650 N Hilton St
Boise, ID 83704
Phone: 208-850-5804
Fax: 208-321-4859
Eligibility: Accepts Medicaid and most insurances
Services Provided: Calico delivers evidence-based therapy that targets the communication needs of each child. Providers speech and language therapy related to:
-Autism
-Speech articulation
-Cognitive Delays
-Fluency
-Language delay and disorders
-Oral/sensory motor for feeding and speech
-Auditory processing disorders
-Auditory habilitation for cochlear implants
Provider Profiles: Therapists have expertise/certifications in:
-Proloquo2Go
-DynaVox
-iPad and other AAC devices
-Certified Beckman Orak Motor Therapy
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/10/2015
7451 West Iron Drive
Boise, ID 83704
Phone: 208-898-1368
Address: 7451 West Iron Drive
Boise, ID 83704
Phone: 208-898-1368
Services Provided: Speech delays & disorders
Receptive & expressive language delays and disorders
Autism Spectrum disorders
Phonological awareness
Oral-motor and feeding difficulties
Voice disorders
Learning disabilities
Cognitive impairments
Cochlear implants
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/19/2013
Address: 6855 W Fairview Ave
Ste. 120
Boise, ID 83704
Phone: 208-323-8888
Fax: 208-323-8889
Eligibility: For children of all ages.
Services Provided: Children's Therapy Place, Inc. provides speech/language, occupational, physical, and developmental evaluation and therapy services for children of all ages. It is the goal of Children’s Therapy Place to help our clients achieve their highest functional potential and physical performance, allowing them to enjoy safe and independent lifestyles.

Based in Boise, ID with locations throughout the Treasure Valley. Designed to meet the individual and varied needs of every child and family. Therapy is offered in both private and group sessions in a child friendly atmosphere. Therapy sessions can also be conducted at off-clinic sites, including homes, child care centers and schools.

Programs:

  • Speech Language Pathology

  • Occupational Therapy

  • Physical Therapy

  • Community Based Rehabilitation

  • Online Telespeech Therapy

  • Habilitative Support

  • Habilitative Intervention

  • Mental Health Counseling

  • Group Therapy

Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/31/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Division Family & Community Services
Address: 1720 Westgate Dr
Suite A2
Boise, ID 83704
Phone: 208-334-0879
Fax: 208-334-0952
Eligibility: The Council serves as an advocate for all Idahoans who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Services Provided: The Council provides direct services and is involved in public and private sector programs and policies as they relate to persons with hearing impairments. The Council's goal is to improve the quality of life for Idahoans who are deaf or hard of hearing by providing services such as newsletters, brochures, workshops on communication access, information and referral, advocacy, assistive device demonstration centers and workshops, and by coordinating and advocating for increases in services and access to services provided by other agencies. The Council serves as a resource for other state agencies regarding the needs of persons with hearing impairments and how to meet those needs.

The Council provides demonstration and loan of assistive devices for people who are deaf or hard of hearing through demonstration centers throughout Idaho. There are 7 centers located in Moscow, Boise, Twin Falls, Idaho State University, Caldwell, Coeur D'Alene and Idaho Falls. The Council has a small grant program administered by United Cerebral Palsy to help people purchase assistive devices. Application can be made at the demonstration and loan centers.

Numerous brochures are available from the Council on the requirements of the ADA Act for public and private agencies to provide reasonable accommodations and communication access for Idahoans who are deaf or hard of hearing; a statewide directory of sign language and oral interpreters; Help and Hope, a Resource Guide for Parents of a Child with a Hearing Loss; Opportunity, a newsletter published quarterly.

Find a sign language interpreter, go online to: http://www.cdhh.idaho.gov/interpreting_services.htm
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: 1720 Westgate Dr
Ste. D
Boise, ID 83720-0026
Phone: 208-334-0900
Fax: 208-334-0926
Eligibility: Developmental disabilities or delays. Pre-maturity.
Services Provided: Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the

needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include

evaluation, diagnosis, referral, information, guardianships and commitments,

service coordination, respite care, and family supports. Also provides therapy for children ages birth to 3 years only, such as: developmental, speech, psychological, physical and occupational; and disseminates information regarding private providers of developmental disability

services.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program provides early intervention services to help families support their infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) to reach their maximum potential.

Early Intervention Services meet developmental needs of the child and needs of the family to support the child's development.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program is organized around multidisciplinary teams of therapists who are experts in helping children learn to talk, move, think, eat and participate more fully in their family's daily activities.

The Family and Community Services Adult DD program provides services to

individuals who have developmental disabilities including court ordered

guardianship, commitment and competency evaluations, placement coordination to

the Idaho State School and Hospital, non-Medicaid crisis intervention and service

coordination, and community resource development.

The Regional Developmental Disabilities Program is administered by the Division of

Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Address: 3641 North Market Lane
Boise, ID 83703
Phone: 208-342-0374
Fax: 208-908-6405
Eligibility: Apply for Admission Online
Services Provided: The Idaho Center for Autism is a developmental disabilities agency specializing in the treatment of those affected by autism spectrum disorders. Located in Boise, Idaho, the Center not only provides a variety of services but is also dedicated to training, advocacy and outreach for family and community members.
Our services include: Developmental Therapy, Habilitative Supports and Interventions, Intensive Behavioral Intervention (IBI), Friends Academy, Speech Therapy, Service Coordination, Educational Therapies, Counseling, Sibling and Parent Support Groups, Advocacy, Referrals, Classes, Workshops and Continuing Education Credits and a lending library.

New Families: We invite you to download and fill out the application below, and one of our staff members will respond to it as soon as possible.

Prospective Employees: Send us a completed application, along with your resume, for consideration.Habilitative Supports
Developmental Therapy
Habilitative Intervention
IBI
Floortime and Relationship Based interventions
Speech therapy
Individual, family and children’s counseling
Social Skills Groups
Friends Academy
Service Coordination and Advocacy
Consultation
Classes, Workshops, CEUs and CECs
Parent Support Group (3rd Tuesday of every Month, 6:30-7:30pm; Parents Only; RSVP please)
Autism 101 class (2nd Tuesday of every Month, 6-7pm; registration required)
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/10/2015
Organization Name: Idaho Lions Foundation
Address: 1090 North Cole Road
Boise, ID 83704
Phone: 800-546-6889
Eligibility: Meet income guidelines and fill out application, No Medicaid.
Services Provided: Provide financial assistance for people in need of eye surgeries, eye glasses, hearing aids and hearing test. Must have applied for Medicaid and been turned down. Assistance on a case to case basis.
Can refer people to the offices in your area who provide eye exams and glasses. This office does work with eye tissue donation.The Idaho - Eastern Oregon Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation is a humanitarian organization dedicated to serve our Lions clubs, Idaho communities, and the world,as an outstanding quality provider of sight and hearing assistance.
eye glass assistance
eye exam assistance
Hearing aid assistance
eye surgery assistance
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Address: 13895 W Wainwright Dr
Boise, ID 83713
Phone: 208-939-3334
Fax: 208-939-3341
Eligibility: Accepts Medicaid and many other insurances, see website for more information
Services Provided: Idaho Pediatric Physical Therapy offers treatment for children with development delays, disabilities, or orthopedic (bone or joint) conditions. Their staff of physical, occupational, and speech therapists work together to ensure each child receives the care they need to reach their full capabilities.

With a kid friendly environment, they offer evidence based treatment supported by current research. Their multidisciplinary team and sensory integration equipment help to treat a range of conditions including:
-Autism
-ADHD
-Sensory Processing Disorder
-Cerebral Palsy
-Impaired Balance/Coordination
-Decreased Functional Movement
-Traumatic Brain Injury
-Down Syndrome
-Other Developmental & Neurological Disorders
-Bone & Joint Injuries or Issues
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/18/2014
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Division Family & Community Services
Address: 450 W State St
5th Floor
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-334-0829
Fax: 208-332-7331
Email: IdahoSoundBeginnings@dhw.idaho.gov
Eligibility: Families of young children with concerns about hearing impairment.
Services Provided: Babies cannot tell you if they have a hearing problem. For this reason, Idaho Sound Beginnings is dedicated to ensuring provision of newborn hearing screening for all babies born in Idaho. Children begin to listen, learn, and communicate the moment they are born. Even a small hearing loss can lead to delays in learning and language skills. All Idaho birthing hospitals provide newborn hearing screening before discharge. Babies born outside of a hospital setting can also receive newborn hearing screenings through the Infant Toddler program in your area. Please contact Idaho Sound Beginnings if you need further information regarding your baby's hearing. So, did u check? (DUCK)

Alternate email contact: shakespb@dhw.idaho.gov
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Address: 7211 W Franklin Road
Boise, ID 83703
Phone: 208-375-4200
Fax: 208-375-4201
Eligibility: Kaleidoscope Pediatric Therapy is a therapist owned company providing physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy services to Treasure Valley children and their families, from birth to to age eighteen. We are family focused, multidisciplinary and provide evidence based practice.
Services Provided: Occupational Therapy
Physical Therapy
Speech Therapy
Sensory Integration Therapy
Therapeutic Listening
REI: Rythmic Entrainment Intervention
Bal-A-Vis-X
Oral Motor
Feeding
Apraxia
Torticollis
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 6/1/2012
Organization Name: Independent Living Council
Address: 1878 W Overland
Boise, ID 83705
Phone: 208-336-3335
TDD: 208-336-3335
Fax: 208-384-5037
Eligibility: Any person with a Disability
Services Provided: Empower people with disabilities to achieve their desired level of independence.
Focus on transitioning people from institutions and prevention of institutionalization. Support services and advocacy for individuals wanting to live independently in the community. Peer support, information and referral, benefits counseling, personal assistance services, and independent living skills training. Help in applying for SSI, SSD, and PASS (Plan for Achieving Self-Support).
Provide A.D.A. site evaluations, discrimination prevention training, and education about Independent Living philosophy and disability issues. Used assistance equipment available at little or no cost.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Saint Alphonsus Health System
Address: 717 N. Liberty St.
Boise, ID 83704
Phone: 208-367-8989
Fax: 208-367-8944
Services Provided: -Balance & Vestibular
-IMPACT™ Testing & Concussion Management
-Incontinence/Pelvic Floor Training (Men & Women)
-Lymphedema Management
-Neurological Rehabilitation
-Orthopedics
-Pool Therapy
-Cancer Rehabilitation

Saint Alphonsus Rehabilitation Services helps patients recovering from the effects of an injury or illness progressively regain as much of their functional independence as possible while returning to daily life in the community and work. Comprehensive provision of outpatient therapies in the following areas: Orthopedics, neurological services, concussion management, pediatrics, occupational rehabilitation, cancer rehabilitation, chiropractic and hand/upper extremity specialties. Focus is on optimal initial independence, return-to-work and overall good health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/17/2014
Organization Name: Saint Alphonsus Health System
Address: 1050 W. State St.
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-424-8175
Fax: 208-424-8893
Eligibility: Physician referral
Services Provided: -Arthritis Management
-Orthopedics Rehabilitation
-Pool Therapy
-Sports Medicine
-Cancer Rehabilitation

Saint Alphonsus Rehabilitation Services helps patients recovering from the effects of an injury or illness progressively regain as much of their functional independence as possible while returning to daily life in the community and work. Comprehensive provision of outpatient therapies in the following areas: Orthopedics, neurological services, concussion management, pediatrics, occupational rehabilitation, cancer rehabilitation, chiropractic and hand/upper extremity specialties. Focus is on optimal initial independence, return-to-work and overall good health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/17/2014
Organization Name: Saint Alphonsus Health System
Address: 5959 N. Discovery Place
Boise, ID 83713
Phone: 208-378-0256
Fax: 208-378-0269
Eligibility: Physician referral
Services Provided: -Arthritis Management
-Orthopedics Rehabilitation
-Pool Therapy
-Spine Care
-Sports Medicine
-Cancer Rehabilitation

Saint Alphonsus Rehabilitation Services helps patients recovering from the effects of an injury or illness progressively regain as much of their functional independence as possible while returning to daily life in the community and work. Comprehensive provision of outpatient therapies in the following areas: Orthopedics, neurological services, concussion management, pediatrics, occupational rehabilitation, cancer rehabilitation, chiropractic and hand/upper extremity specialties. Focus is on optimal initial independence, return-to-work and overall good health.
Provider Profiles: -Arthritis Management
-Orthopedics Rehabilitation
-Pool Therapy
-Spine Care
-Sports Medicine
-Cancer Rehabilitation
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/17/2014
2300 South Orchard Street, Suite B
Boise, ID 83705
Phone: 208-908-6469
Address: 2300 South Orchard Street, Suite B
Boise, ID 83705
Phone: 208-908-6469
Fax: 208-577-6700
Services Provided: Speech and language evaluations
Home-visits
Individual and small group therapy
Therapy sessions are family involved, child directed, functional, multi-sensory
Sessions offered in the clinic, at the child's home or daycare
Session also offered on site at the Idaho Center for Autism LLC for children who attend the center
Collaboration with families and other therapists to help ensure the best progress

Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/26/2013

Burley, ID

Organization Name: Independent Living Council
Address: 2311 Park Ave.
Ste. 7
Burley, ID 83318
Phone: 208-678-7771
TDD: 208-678-7705
Eligibility: Any person with a disability, HCBS Waiver, fiscal intermediary.
Services Provided: LIFE promotes and practices the independent living philosophy:
*Consumer control of the center regarding decision making, service delivery, management, and policy making.
*Self-help and self-advocacy.
*Development of peer relationship and peer role models.
*Equal access of individuals with disabilities to society and to all services, programs, activities, resources, and facilities.

LIFE, INC., serves 19 southeastern counties with a variety of resources aimed at assisting people who have disabilities to maintain or increase their independence within their homes, family, and communities.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Caldwell, ID

Organization Name: Independent Living Council
Address: 1609 S Kimball Ave
Suite 201
Caldwell, ID 83605
Phone: 208-454-5511
TDD: 208-454-5511
Fax: 208-454-5515
Eligibility: Any person with a Disability.
Services Provided: Empower people with disabilities to achieve their desired level of independence.
Focus on transitioning people from institutions and prevention of institutionalization. Support services and advocacy for individuals wanting to live independently in the community. Peer support, information and referral, benefits counseling, personal assistance services, and independent living skills training. Help in applying for SSI, SSD, and PASS (Plan for Achieving Self-Support).
Provide A.D.A. site evaluations, discrimination prevention training, and education about Independent Living philosophy 2nd disability issues.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Coeur D Alene, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: 1120 Ironwood Drive
Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
Phone: 208-769-1409
Fax: 208-769-1430
Eligibility: Developmentally disabled or delayed.
Services Provided: Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the

needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include

evaluation, diagnosis, referral, information, guardianships and commitments,

service coordination, respite care, and family supports. Also provides therapy, such

as: developmental, speech, psychological, physical and occupational, and

disseminates information regarding private providers of developmental disability

services.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program provides early intervention services to help families support their infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) to reach their maximum potential.

Early Intervention Services meet developmental needs of the child and needs of the family to support the child's development.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program is organized around multidisciplinary teams of therapists who are experts in helping children learn to talk, move, think, eat and participate more fully in their family's daily activities.

The Family and Community Services Adult DD program provides services to

individuals who have developmental disabilities including court ordered

guardianship, commitment and competency evaluations, placement coordination to

the Idaho State School and Hospital, non-Medicaid crisis intervention and service

coordination, and community resource development.

The Regional Developmental Disabilities Program is administered by the Division of

Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Dalton Gardens, ID

Organization Name: Disability Action Center Northwest, Inc.
Address: 7560 N Government Way
Suite 1
Dalton Gardens, ID 83815
Phone: 208-664-9896
Fax: 208-666-1362
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: The Disability Action Center provides advocacy, information and referral, peer support and independent living skills training to people with disabilities and the community. Personal assistant services in the home are also available.

Information available on:
ADA, fair housing, access issues/discrimination, Independent living issues, transportation, personal assistants, sign language interpreters, community services, coping strategies, Social Security, vocational rehabilitation, Medicare and Medicaid, and assistive technology for people with hearing impairment.

Personal Assistance services in the Home are available.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Eagle, ID

935 E Wingding Creek Dr, Suite 120
Eagle, ID 83616
Phone: 208-938-4748
Address: 935 E Wingding Creek Dr, Suite 120
Eagle, ID 83616
Phone: 208-938-4748
Fax: 208-938-1710
Eligibility: Accepts Medicaid and most insurances
Services Provided: At Speech Tree we also provide speech and language therapy services for children with a variety of disabilities, including but not limited to the following:

•Receptive and Expressive Language Delays
•Articulation Delays
•Autism Spectrum Disorder
•Apraxia and Phonological Processing Disorders
•Down Syndrome
•Cleft Palate
•Neurological Disorders
•Central Auditory Processing Disorders
•Stuttering
•Augmentative Communication

Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/19/2013

Gooding, ID

Address: 1450 Main St.
Gooding, ID 83330
Phone: 208-934-4457
Fax: 208-934-8352
Eligibility: Vision 20/70 or worse, permanent hearing loss
Services Provided: The IESDB provides a continuum of educational services for children ages 0-26 in the State of Idaho who have significant hearing or vision loss. The IESDB operates a preK-12th grade school, with an available residential component, named the Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind (ISDB). The IESDB further offers the expertise of Certified Specialized Teachers through the Outreach Program. The Outreach program serves infants and their families with an in-home program and helps school age students, schools and other agencies statewide to help students gain independence through education and accommodation depending on their need.

Vision/Hearing Referrals:
Provide vision and hearing consultations and referrals for children 0-21.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019

Grangeville, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: 216 South C St
Grangeville, ID 83530
Phone: 208-983-2522
Fax: 208-983-2440
Eligibility: Developmental disabilities or delays.
Services Provided: Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the
needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include evaluation, diagnosis, referral, information, guardianships and commitments, service coordination, respite care, and family supports. Also provides therapy, such as: developmental, speech, psychological, physical and occupational, and disseminates information regarding private providers of developmental disability

services.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program provides early intervention services to help families support their infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) to reach their maximum potential.

Early Intervention Services meet developmental needs of the child and needs of the family to support the child's development.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program is organized around multidisciplinary teams of therapists who are experts in helping children learn to talk, move, think, eat and participate more fully in their family's daily activities.


The Family and Community Services Adult DD program provides services to

individuals who have developmental disabilities including court ordered

guardianship, commitment and competency evaluations, placement coordination to

the Idaho State School and Hospital, non-Medicaid crisis intervention and service

coordination, and community resource development.

The Regional Developmental Disabilities Program is administered by the Division of

Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Idaho Falls, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: 150 Shoup Ave
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
Phone: 208-528-4040
Fax: 208-528-4076
Eligibility: Developmental disabilities or delays.
Services Provided: Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the
needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include
evaluation, diagnosis, referral, information, guardianships and commitments,
service coordination, respite care, and family supports. Also provides therapy,
such as: developmental, speech, psychological, physical and occupational, and
disseminates information regarding private providers of developmental disability
services.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program (early intervention program) helps children from
birth to age three that have a developmental delay. The Idaho Infant Toddler
Program provides a variety of therapeutic, educational and supportive services to
help both the child and his or her family. All services are free to families. Program
assists with the transition of service to the school district when child reaches the
age of 3.

Additional Infant Toddler Contacts: 208-227-1277 - Carol Torrez
208-227-1293- Mary Leavitt

The Family and Community Services Adult DD program provides services to
individuals who have developmental disabilities including court ordered
guardianship, commitment and competency evaluations, placement coordination to
the Idaho State School and Hospital, non-Medicaid crisis intervention and service
coordination, and community resource development.

The Regional Developmental Disabilities Program is administered by the Division of
Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Independent Living Council
Address: 250 S Skyline
Idaho Falls, ID 83402-4508
Phone: 208-529-8610
Fax: 208-529-6804
Eligibility: Any person with a disability.
Services Provided: LIFE promotes and practices the independent living philosophy:
*Consumer control of the center regarding decision making, service delivery, management, and policy making.
*Self-help and self-advocacy.
*Development of peer relationship and peer role models.
*Equal access of individuals with disabilities to society and to all services, programs, activities, resources, and facilities.
*1 month free loans- devices that amplify sound and improve understanding of speech for: telephone, personal conversations, television, and speakers at meetings. After 1 month clients may apply for a grant.

Personal Assistance for people with Disabilities.

LIFE, INC., serves 19 southeastern counties with a variety of resources aimed at assisting people who have disabilities to maintain or increase their independence within their homes, family, and communities.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
3814 Washington Parkway
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
Phone: 208-529-3562
Address: 3814 Washington Parkway
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
Phone: 208-529-3562
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Services Provided: They offer Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapy. The facility is equiped with a rock wall, underwater treadmill, indoor bike riding area, therapy swing, etc. Therapists are trained to use the PECS program.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019
Address: 2377 Coronado
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
Phone: 208-535-1286
Fax: 208-535-1291
Eligibility: They provide services for children and adults
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Services Provided: The Speech and Language Clinic Rehabilitation Center sees any child or adult who is struggling with any of the following: speech, language, cognitive communication impairments, such as attention, memory, and problem solving disorders. They offer evaluations and treatment for Stroke (CVA), Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Aphasia, Apraxia, Dysarthria, Dysphagia, and other neurological disorders. Their SLP's work with you to evaluate, diagnose, and treat speech, language, cognitive-communication, fluency, and swallowing disorders. Their SLP's are specialists for children and adults.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019
Address: 925 South Utah Ave.
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
Phone: 208-542-7190
Fax: 208-542-7199
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Services Provided: The Speech and Language Clinic Rehabilitation Center sees any child or adult who is struggling with any of the following: speech, language, cognitive communication impairments, such as attention, memory, and problem solving disorders. They offer evaluations and treatment for Stroke (CVA), Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Aphasia, Apraxia, Dysarthria, Dysphagia, and other neurological disorders. Their SLP's work with you to evaluate, diagnose, and treat speech, language, cognitive-communication, fluency, and swallowing disorders. Their SLP's are specialists for children and adults.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019

Lewiston, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: 2604 16th Ave
Lewiston, ID 83501
Phone: 208-799-3460
Eligibility: Developmental disabilities or delays.
Services Provided: Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the

needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include

evaluation, diagnosis, referral, information, guardianships and commitments,

service coordination, respite care, and family supports. Also provides therapy,

such as: developmental, speech, psychological, physical and occupational, and

disseminates information regarding private providers of developmental disability

services.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program provides early intervention services to help families support their infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) to reach their maximum potential.

Early Intervention Services meet developmental needs of the child and needs of the family to support the child's development.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program is organized around multidisciplinary teams of therapists who are experts in helping children learn to talk, move, think, eat and participate more fully in their family's daily activities.


The Family and Community Services Adult DD program provides services to

individuals who have developmental disabilities including court ordered

guardianship, commitment and competency evaluations, placement coordination to

the Idaho State School and Hospital, non-Medicaid crisis intervention and service

coordination, and community resource development.

The Regional Developmental Disabilities Program is administered by the Division of

Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Meridian, ID

Address: 1550 N. Crestmont Drive, Suite E
Meridian, ID 83642
Phone: 208-898-0988
Fax: 208-898-9022
Eligibility: Medicaid Aetna Ameriben Blue Cross Blue Shield DAS, Inc. (Micron Network) Idaho Medicaid Idaho Physician's Network Provider Medicare Part B Pacific Source Select Health Tricare United HealthCare
Services Provided: The Stone Tongue Thrust Protocol (STTP), Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES), Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, SpeechEasy for Stuttering, Handwriting Clinic, Kids Connect Preschool which is a therapy based preschool that provides a facilitative communication environment or children ages 2 1/2 to 5 with developmental delays
Provider Profiles: See website for detailed description of our staff.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 6/12/2013
Address: 2076 S Eagle Rd
Meridian, ID 83642
Phone: 208-955-7333
Eligibility: anyone
Services Provided: Individual and Family Counseling. •Neuropsychology Services
•Psychological Services
•Counseling Services
•Autism Diagnostic Clinic
•Occupational Therapy
•Speech & Language Therapy
•Educational Services
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Saint Alphonsus Health System
Address: 3025 W. Cherry Lane Suite D
Meridian, ID 83642
Phone: 208-367-8593
Fax: 208-367-8595
Eligibility: Physician referral
Services Provided: -ImPACT™ Testing & Concussion Management
-Neurological Rehabilitation
-Orthopedic Rehabilitation
-Spine Care
-Sports Medicine
-Cancer Rehabilitation
-Hand and Upper Extremity
-Custom splinting

Saint Alphonsus Rehabilitation Services helps patients recovering from the effects of an injury or illness progressively regain as much of their functional independence as possible while returning to daily life in the community and work. Comprehensive provision of outpatient therapies in the following areas: Orthopedics, neurological services, concussion management, pediatrics, occupational rehabilitation, cancer rehabilitation, chiropractic and hand/upper extremity specialties. Focus is on optimal initial independence, return-to-work and overall good health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/17/2014
Organization Name: Saint Alphonsus Health System
Address: 179 SW 5th Avenue
Meridian, ID 83642
Phone: 208-367-8282
Fax: 208-367-8288
Eligibility: Physician referral
Services Provided:
If your child is recovering from an orthopedic injury or condition, or has a neurological or developmental disorder, STARS Pediatric Rehabilitation in Meridian can help.

-Pediatric Rehabilitation
-JumpStart
-Dog Therapy
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/17/2014
Address: 1098 N. Hickory Ave, Ste 110
Meridian, ID 83642
Phone: 208-888-6885
Fax: 208-888-6999
Eligibility: Accepts Medicaid and most insurances
Services Provided: •Occupational Therapy
•Speech Therapy
•Music Therapy
•Individual Therapy
•Group Therapy
•Feeding and Oral Motor Therapy
•Auditory Listening Programs
•Craniosacral Therapy
•Pediatric Massage Therapy
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/22/2014
Organization Name: Sensory Bin: Pediatric Therapy Clinic
Address: 1098 N. Hickory Ave, Ste 110
Meridian, ID 83642
Phone: 208-888-6885
Fax: 208-888-6999
Eligibility: Accepts Medicaid and most insurances
Services Provided: "Our group begins with an opening circle that includes song, movement, and a “social check-in” for readiness to interact. Our primary activities are structured, yet free-flowing to meet the current needs of the group. The therapist (Music and/or OT) bring rhythm, sequencing, emotion sharing, self-regulation, and focus into the social exchanges. Group activities may include physical movement, sensory exploration, and project oriented tasks. Every child is encouraged to participate at their comfort level with the therapist modeling to enhance opportunities to gain greater skills.

We believe in promoting the primary “occupation” of children in an environment where small groups of children with different ability levels can come together to socialize and participate with one another. Social skills are enhanced through opportunities for stimulation to the motor, sensory, language, and emotional systems of the body. We agree that promoting social opportunities provides enhanced peer relations, self-regulation, self-confidence, flexibility, and body coordination for greater assimilation into other challenging daily experiences.

Our mission is to:
•Provide structure for gaining social skills: staying on topic, flexibility, listening, and emotion sharing
•Allow each child to express themselves individually
•Strive for relationship development
•Model positive social interactions with peers
•Promote a model for self-regulation among peers
•Improve total body awareness and coordination

Our intention for parents/caregivers:
•Learn strategies for emotional sharing and regulation during peer interactions
•Gain skills to promote social interactions in busy settings
•Collaborate with other parents and caregivers in the community
•Generalize social abilities of child to community settings"
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/22/2014
Organization Name: Sensory Bin: Pediatric Therapy Clinic
Address: 1098 N. Hickory Ave, Ste 110
Meridian, ID 83642
Phone: 208-888-6885
Fax: 208-888-6999
Eligibility: Accepts Medicaid and most insurances
Services Provided: "Our Group Philosophy:

We believe in promoting the primary “occupation” of children in an environment where small groups of children with different ability levels can come together to play and participate with one another. Play skills are enhanced through opportunities for stimulation to the motor, sensory, language, and emotional systems of the body. We agree that promoting play opportunities provides enhanced peer relations, self-regulation, and body coordination for greater assimilation into other challenging play and social experiences.

Our mission is to:
•Provide a variety of sensory-motor based play experiences
•Enhance a sense of “ME” in the picture
•Model positive social interactions with peers
•Promote a model for self-regulation
•Improve total body awareness and coordination for play

Our intention for parents/caregivers:
•Learn strategies for emotional regulation during peer interactions
•Increase knowledge for age related play skills
•Collaborate with other parents and caregivers in the community
•Generalize play and social abilities of child to other settings

Our group begins with an opening circle that includes song, movement, and a “body check-in” for activity levels. Our primary activities are structured and include sensory based play. This includes tactile messy play, heavy work activities, obstacle courses, and cooperative movement activities. Every child is encouraged to participate at their comfort level with therapist modeling to enhance opportunities to gain greater skills."
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/22/2014

Moscow, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: 1350 Troy Highway
Suite 2
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-883-4529
Fax: 208-882-8575
Eligibility: Developmental disabilities or delays.
Services Provided: Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the

needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include , referral, information, guardianships and commitments,

service coordination, respite care, and family supports. Disseminates information regarding private providers of developmental disability

services.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program provides early intervention services to help families support their infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) to reach their maximum potential.

Early Intervention Services meet developmental needs of the child and needs of the family to support the child's development.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program is organized around multidisciplinary teams of therapists who are experts in helping children learn to talk, move, think, eat and participate more fully in their family's daily activities.


The Family and Community Services Adult DD program provides services to

individuals who have developmental disabilities including court ordered

guardianship, commitment and competency evaluations, placement coordination to

the Idaho State School and Hospital, non-Medicaid crisis intervention and service

coordination, and community resource development.

The Regional Developmental Disabilities Program is administered by the Division of

Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Address: 505 N Main St
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-883-0523
Fax: 208-883-0524
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: The Disability Action Center provides advocacy, information and referral, peer support and independent living skills training to people with disabilities and the community.

Information available on:
ADA, fair housing, access issues/discrimination, Independent living issues, transportation, personal assistants, sign language interpreters, community services, coping strategies, Social Security, vocational rehab, Medicare and Medicaid, and assistive technology for people with hearing impairments.

*1 month free loans- devices that amplify sound and improve understanding of speech for: telephone, personal conversations, television, and speakers at meetings. After 1 month clients may apply for a grant.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Mountain Home, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: 2420 American Legion Blvd
Mountain Home, ID 83647
Phone: 208-334-0900
Fax: 208-587-5024
Eligibility: Developmental disabilities or delays.
Services Provided: Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the

needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include

evaluation, diagnosis, referral, information, guardianships and commitments,

service coordination, respite care, and family supports. Also provides therapy,

such as: developmental, speech, psychological, physical and occupational, and

disseminates information regarding private providers of developmental disability

services.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program provides early intervention services to help families support their infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) to reach their maximum potential.

Early Intervention Services meet developmental needs of the child and needs of the family to support the child's development.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program is organized around multidisciplinary teams of therapists who are experts in helping children learn to talk, move, think, eat and participate more fully in their family's daily activities.

The Family and Community Services Adult DD program provides services to

individuals who have developmental disabilities including court ordered

guardianship, commitment and competency evaluations, placement coordination to

the Idaho State School and Hospital, non-Medicaid crisis intervention and service

coordination, and community resource development.

The Regional Developmental Disabilities Program is administered by the Division of

Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Nampa, ID

Address: 320 11th Ave S
Nampa, ID 83651
Phone: 208-466-1077
Eligibility: Medicaid and Self-Pay
Services Provided: Chatterbox is an Idaho based, 100% therapist owned speech and language center. Chatterbox provides speech & language services to children ages birth-21 years of age. Chatterbox provides individualized assessment and treatment based on the needs of every child.

Speech delays & disorders, hearing impairments, autism spectrum disorders, developmental delays, auditory process disorders, cochlear implants, feeding difficulties, oral-motor difficulties, voice disorders, learning disabilities, phonological awareness & reading difficulties, receptive & expressive language delays & disorders.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/31/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: 823 Park Center Way
Nampa, ID 83651
Phone: 208-465-8460
Fax: 208-463-0972
Eligibility: Developmental disabilities or delays.
Services Provided: Wynette Howard - Early Intervention Specialist
Mike Breuer - Regional Program Specialist

Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the

needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include

evaluation, diagnosis, referral, information, guardianships and commitments,

service coordination, respite care, and family supports. Also provides therapy,

such as: developmental, speech, psychological, physical and occupational, and

disseminates information regarding private providers of developmental disability

services.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program provides early intervention services to help families support their infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) to reach their maximum potential.

Early Intervention Services meet developmental needs of the child and needs of the family to support the child's development.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program is organized around multidisciplinary teams of therapists who are experts in helping children learn to talk, move, think, eat and participate more fully in their family's daily activities.


The Family and Community Services Adult DD program provides services to

individuals who have developmental disabilities including court ordered

guardianship, commitment and competency evaluations, placement coordination to

the Idaho State School and Hospital, non-Medicaid crisis intervention and service

coordination, and community resource development.

The Regional Developmental Disabilities Program is administered by the Division of

Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
5465 E Terra Linda Way
Nampa, ID 83687
Address: 5465 E Terra Linda Way
Nampa, ID 83687
Eligibility: FREE Screenings for kids ages 0-7 in English/Spanish - go to free screenings page. Free screenings are also available through telepractice
Services Provided: Bilingual (Spanish and English) speech therapy services provided for children up to age 19 years. Telepractice speech therapy services (online) are also available. Free speech/language screenings for kids up to age 7 years. Specialization in CAPD (Central Auditory Processing Disorders), and bilingual (Spanish/English) evaluations. iLs (Integrated Listening System) also provided.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Orofino, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: Orofino, ID 83544
Phone: 208-476-8152
Eligibility: Developmental disabilities or delays.
Services Provided: Vacant - Early Intervention Specialist.

Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the

needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include

evaluation, diagnosis, referral, information, guardianships and commitments,

service coordination, respite care, and family supports. Also provides therapy,

such as: developmental, speech, psychological, physical and occupational, and

disseminates information regarding private providers of developmental disability

services.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program provides early intervention services to help families support their infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) to reach their maximum potential.

Early Intervention Services meet developmental needs of the child and needs of the family to support the child's development.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program is organized around multidisciplinary teams of therapists who are experts in helping children learn to talk, move, think, eat and participate more fully in their family's daily activities.

The Family and Community Services Adult DD program provides services to

individuals who have developmental disabilities including court ordered

guardianship, commitment and competency evaluations, placement coordination to

the Idaho State School and Hospital, non-Medicaid crisis intervention and service

coordination, and community resource development.

The Regional Developmental Disabilities Program is administered by the Division of

Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Payette, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: 515 N 16th St
Payette, ID 83661
Phone: 208-465-8460
Eligibility: Developmental disabilities or delays.
Services Provided: Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the

needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include

evaluation, diagnosis, referral, information, guardianships and commitments,

service coordination, respite care, and family supports. Also provides therapy,

such as: developmental, speech, psychological, physical and occupational, and

disseminates information regarding private providers of developmental disability

services.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program provides early intervention services to help families support their infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) to reach their maximum potential.

Early Intervention Services meet developmental needs of the child and needs of the family to support the child's development.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program is organized around multidisciplinary teams of therapists who are experts in helping children learn to talk, move, think, eat and participate more fully in their family's daily activities.


The Family and Community Services Adult DD program provides services to

individuals who have developmental disabilities including court ordered

guardianship, commitment and competency evaluations, placement coordination to

the Idaho State School and Hospital, non-Medicaid crisis intervention and service

coordination, and community resource development.

The Regional Developmental Disabilities Program is administered by the Division of

Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Pocatello, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: 421 Memorial Dr
Pocatello, ID 83201
Phone: 208-234-7900
Eligibility: Developmental disabilities or delays.
Services Provided: Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the

needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include

evaluation, diagnosis, referral, information, guardianships and commitments,

service coordination, respite care, family supports and disseminates information regarding private providers of developmental disability

services.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program (early intervention program) helps children from

birth to age three that have a developmental delay. The Idaho Infant Toddler

Program provides a variety of therapeutic, educational and supportive services to

help both the child and his or her family. All services are free to families. Program

assists with the transition of service to the school district when child reaches the

age of 3.

The Family and Community Services Adult DD program provides services to

individuals who have developmental disabilities including court ordered

guardianship, commitment and competency evaluations, placement coordination to

the Idaho State School and Hospital, non-Medicaid crisis intervention and service

coordination, and community resource development.

The Regional Developmental Disabilities Program is administered by the Division of

Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
921 S 8th Ave
Pocatello, ID 83209
Phone: 208-282-0211
Address: 921 S 8th Ave
Pocatello, ID 83209
Phone: 208-282-0211
Fax: 208-282-4617
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: ISU provides undergraduate and graduate educational services not only in Pocatello but also at ISU centers in Idaho Falls, Twin Falls and Boise, and to outlying communities via state-of-the-art compressed and IP audio/video video technology.

Also houses regional assistive device subsidy program for hearing impaired.

*1 month free loans- devices that amplify sound and improve understanding of speech for: telephone, personal conversations, television, and speakers at meetings. After 1 month clients may apply for a grant.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Independent Living Council
Address: 640 Pershing
Pocatello, ID 83201
Phone: 208-232-2747
TDD: 208-232-2747
Eligibility: Any person with a disability, HCBS Waiver, fiscal Intermediary.
Services Provided: LIFE promotes and practices the independent living philosophy:
*Consumer control of the center regarding decision making, service delivery, management, and policy making.
*Self-help and self-advocacy.
*Development of peer relationship and peer role models.
*Equal access of individuals with disabilities to society and to all services, programs, activities, resources, and facilities.
*Attendant Care in your home
*Payee Services - call for details

LIFE, INC., serves 19 southeastern counties with a variety of resources aimed at assisting people who have disabilities to maintain or increase their independence within their homes, family, and communities.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Ponderay, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: 207 Larkspur St
Ponderay, ID 83852
Phone: 208-265-4593
Eligibility: Developmental disabilities, developmental delays (0-3 years)
Services Provided: Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the

needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include

evaluation, diagnosis, referral, information, guardianships and commitments,

service coordination, respite care, and family supports. Also provides therapy,

such as: developmental, speech, psychological, physical and occupational, and

disseminates information regarding private providers of developmental disability

services.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program provides early intervention services to help families support their infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) to reach their maximum potential.

Early Intervention Services meet developmental needs of the child and needs of the family to support the child's development.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program is organized around multidisciplinary teams of therapists who are experts in helping children learn to talk, move, think, eat and participate more fully in their family's daily activities.

The Family and Community Services Adult DD program provides services to

individuals who have developmental disabilities including court ordered

guardianship, commitment and competency evaluations, placement coordination to

the Idaho State School and Hospital, non-Medicaid crisis intervention and service

coordination, and community resource development.

The Regional Developmental Disabilities Program is administered by the Division of

Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Rexburg, ID

1087 Summers Drive
Rexburg, ID 83440
Phone: 208-356-4633
Address: 1087 Summers Drive
Rexburg, ID 83440
Phone: 208-356-4633
Fax: 208-356-4303
Eligibility: Therapy for all ages
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Services Provided: Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapy and Rehabilitation Services
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019
859 South Yellowstone Hwy Suite 1701
Rexburg, ID 83440
Phone: 208-356-7643
Address: 859 South Yellowstone Hwy Suite 1701
Rexburg, ID 83440
Phone: 208-356-7643
Fax: 208-356-7708
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Services Provided: The Speech and Language Clinic Rehabilitation Center sees any child or adult who is struggling with any of the following: speech, language, cognitive communication impairments, such as attention, memory, and problem solving disorders. They offer evaluations and treatment for Stroke (CVA), Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Aphasia, Apraxia, Dysarthria, Dysphagia, and other neurological disorders. Their SLP's work with you to evaluate, diagnose, and treat speech, language, cognitive-communication, fluency, and swallowing disorders. Their SLP's are specialists for children and adults.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019

Rigby, ID

167 E 1st South
Rigby, ID 83442
Phone: 208-745-1200
Address: 167 E 1st South
Rigby, ID 83442
Phone: 208-745-1200
Fax: 208-745-8515
Services Provided: Premier Therapy Associates provide Occupational, Speech, and Physical Therapy.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019
Address: 152 East Main Street, Suite 110
Rigby, ID 83442
Phone: 208-745-7101
Fax: 208-745-0068
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Services Provided: The Speech and Language Clinic Rehabilitation Center sees any child or adult who is struggling with any of the following: speech, language, cognitive communication impairments, such as attention, memory, and problem solving disorders. They offer evaluations and treatment for Stroke (CVA), Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Aphasia, Apraxia, Dysarthria, Dysphagia, and other neurological disorders. Their SLP's work with you to evaluate, diagnose, and treat speech, language, cognitive-communication, fluency, and swallowing disorders. Their SLP's are specialists for children and adults.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019

Salmon, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: 111 Lillian St
Suite 104
Salmon, ID 83467
Phone: 208-756-2016
Eligibility: Developmental disabilities or delays. Birth to 3 years of age.
Services Provided: Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the

needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include

evaluation, diagnosis, referral, information, guardianships and commitments,

service coordination, respite care, and family supports. Also provides therapy,

such as: developmental, speech, psychological, physical and occupational, and

disseminates information regarding private providers of developmental disability

services.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program provides early intervention services to help families support their infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) to reach their maximum potential.

Early Intervention Services meet developmental needs of the child and needs of the family to support the child's development.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program is organized around multidisciplinary teams of therapists who are experts in helping children learn to talk, move, think, eat and participate more fully in their family's daily activities.

The Family and Community Services Adult DD program provides services to

individuals who have developmental disabilities including court ordered

guardianship, commitment and competency evaluations, placement coordination to

the Idaho State School and Hospital, non-Medicaid crisis intervention and service

coordination, and community resource development.

The Regional Developmental Disabilities Program is administered by the Division of

Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Soda Springs, ID

316 W. 2nd
Soda Springs, ID 83726
Phone: 208-547-4139
Address: 316 W. 2nd
Soda Springs, ID 83726
Phone: 208-547-4139
Services Provided: Speech Therapy service provided.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 4/10/2015

Twin Falls, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Developmental Disabilities
Address: 803 Harrison St
Twin Falls, ID 83301
Phone: 208-736-2182
Eligibility: Developmental disabilities or delays.
Services Provided: Regional Developmental Disabilities Program services are designed to meet the

needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Services include

evaluation, referral, information, guardianships and commitments, family supports and dissemination of information regarding private providers of developmental disability services.

The Regional Disabilities Program also includes the Infant Toddler program.
The Idaho Infant Toddler Program provides early intervention services to help families support their infants and toddlers (birth to 36 months) to reach their maximum potential.

Early Intervention Services meet developmental needs of the child and needs of the family to support the child's development.

The Idaho Infant Toddler Program is organized around multidisciplinary teams of therapists who are experts in helping children learn to talk, move, think, eat and participate more fully in their family's daily activities.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Independent Living Council
Address: 1182 Eastland Dr N
Suite C
Twin Falls, ID 83301
Phone: 208-733-1712
TDD: 208-733-1712
Fax: 208-733-7711
Eligibility: Person with a disability
Services Provided: Empower people with disabilities to achieve their desired level of independence.
Focus on transitioning people from institutions and prevention of institutionalization. Support services and advocacy for individuals wanting to live independently in the community. Peer support, information and referral, benefits counseling, personal assistance services, and independent living skills training. Help in applying for SSI, SSD, and PASS (Plan for Achieving Self-Support).
Provide A.D.A. site evaluations, discrimination prevention training, and education about Independent Living philosophy and disability issues.

Discounted fare transportation vouchers are provided FREE to the elderly of disabled. Call for more information.

*1 month free loans- devices that amplify sound and improve understanding of speech for: telephone, personal conversations, television, and speakers at meetings. After 1 month clients may apply for a grant.

Also, provide in-home care for seniors & people with disabilities under the HCBS waiver program & private pay.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Nationwide

3417 Volta Place NW
Washington, DC 20007
Phone: 202-337-5220
Address: 3417 Volta Place NW
Washington, DC 20007
Phone: 202-337-5220
TDD: 202-337-5221
Fax: 202-337-8314
Eligibility: Individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Services Provided: The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is an international membership organization and resource center on hearing loss and spoken language approaches and related issues. Promotes opportunities and rights of individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing to learn to use, maintain, and improve all aspects of their verbal communication, including their abilities to use residual hearing and process both spoken and written language. Offers scholarship/ financial award opportunities, membership, information, and publications.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 1/31/2019
522 SW Fifth Ave
Suite 825
Portland, OR 97204
Phone: 503-248-9985
Address: 522 SW Fifth Ave
Suite 825
Portland, OR 97204
Phone: 503-248-9985
Fax: 503-248-0024
Eligibility: People with tinnitus, their families and health care professionals, and the public.
Services Provided: The American Tinnitus Association (ATA) is the national champion of tinnitus awareness, prevention, and treatment. Under its guiding principles - Education, Advocacy, Research, and Support - the ATA offers prevention programs in schools, urges governmental and private organizations to support hearing conservation, funds the nations brightest researchers, and facilitates self-help groups around the country. This Association is NOT a clinic. We do not evaluate, diagnose or treat patients with tinnitus. The best way to contact staff members is by phone and e-mail.
Tinnitus is a noise in the ears or head, as ringing, buzzing, roaring, clicking, etc.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 2/1/2019
3191 W Temple Ave
Suite 200
Pomona, CA 91768
Phone: 866-956-5400
Address: 3191 W Temple Ave
Suite 200
Pomona, CA 91768
Phone: 866-956-5400
Eligibility: Hearing care and hearing aid eligibility are linked to the 250% federal government's poverty guidelines.
Services Provided: AUDIENT is a nationwide program that helps those in need obtain hearing aids at a reduced cost. Candidates are qualified for the program based on their annual household income. AUDIENT is presently updating the income qualification charts
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 1/28/2019
8630 Fenton St
Suite 820
Silver Spring, MD 20910-3819
Phone: 301-587-1788
Address: 8630 Fenton St
Suite 820
Silver Spring, MD 20910-3819
Phone: 301-587-1788
TDD: 301-587-1789
Fax: 301-587-1791
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: The National Association of the Deaf (NAD), founded in 1880, safeguards the civil rights of deaf and hard of hearing Americans. As a national federation of state associations, individual members, and organizational and corporate affiliates, the advocacy work of the NAD encompasses a broad spectrum of areas including, but not limited to, accessibility, education, employment, healthcare, mental health, rehabilitation, technology, telecommunications, and transportation. The NAD website (http://www.nad.org) has a wealth of advocacy information and resources.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019
31 Center Dr
MSC 2320
Bethesda, MD 20892
Phone: 800-241-1044
Address: 31 Center Dr
MSC 2320
Bethesda, MD 20892
Phone: 800-241-1044
TDD: 800-241-1055
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Information specialists provide callers with fact sheets, resources and referrals to other organizations and agencies. Topics include hearing, balance, smell and taste, voice, speech, and language disorders.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 1/31/2019

IL

Elmhurst, IL

275 N York St
Suite 401
Elmhurst, IL 60126
Phone: 630-617-5079
Organization Name: Educational Services
Address: 275 N York St
Suite 401
Elmhurst, IL 60126
Phone: 630-617-5079
Fax: 630-563-9181
Eligibility: General public
Services Provided: The American Hearing Research Foundation serves two vital roles: to fund significant research in hearing and balance disorders, and to help educate the public. The web site was created as a means to help educate the general public on many aspects of hearing and balance disorders. You will find general information on many common ear disorders, including descriptions, causes, diagnoses, and treatments. References are also included as a source for further information. They also publish a newsletter, available by subscription, as well as a number of pamphlets on a variety of topics.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

OR

Monmouth, OR

345 N Monmouth Ave
Monmouth, OR 97361-1371
Phone: 503-838-8444
Address: 345 N Monmouth Ave
Monmouth, OR 97361-1371
Phone: 503-838-8444
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Academic program prepares individuals for professions in the field of deafness. Deafness information and referral services for Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019