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Bengal Basketball Night of Inclusion Sponsored by Idaho Central Credit Union.

Hoop Camp
January 15 6:00 pm
ISU vs. U of Idaho
Reed Gym Pocatello

5 of our athletes in Bengal uniform will be announced in the starting lineup with the team
10 athletes will participate in the time out activities
10 players will play a 5 minute half time game
Idaho Central Credit Union will be hosting a hospitality room
We have a limited amount of complimentary tickets available on a first-come, first-serve basis; register below to attend.

https://www.hoop.camp/events/bengal-basketball-night-of-inclusion/
We hope everyone will have a wonderful, safe holiday season!

Idaho Parents Unlimited will be closed for our normal operations from Friday, December 24, 2021 through Sunday, January 2, 2022.

We will be fully back in operation on Monday, January 3, 2022.

During that time, any requests for assistance will see a delayed response until January 3, 2022.

Happy Holidays from Idaho Parents Unlimited!
IPUL welcomes Amanda Akers who is our newest Parent Education Coordinator. Amanda has a background in health care systems both personally and professionally, and she's bilingual in English and Spanish. We're thrilled to have her join our team!
We have had two students from Idaho win for their scripts created through IPUL's Arts programming. This is a wonderful opportunity!
Did you know that all of IPUL's monthly webinars are recorded and available for viewing on our website? They also include subtitles in both English and Spanish. Now, you can access these at a time that works best for you.
https://ipulidaho.org/res-par#ipul-video-archive
 Are you the parent of a Deafblind or Blind/Visually Impaired child with multiple disabilities?
 Would you like to learn more about available resources and programs?
If so, please join us for our virtual monthly networking group Dates & Presenters:
Wednesday, December 15th, 7-8 PM MST
Alison Steven, Linda Upton and Rocio Gil, staff from the Idaho Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ICBVI) will present on the array of
programs and services offered through ICBVI.

Wednesday, January 26th, 7-8 PM MST
Tina Johnson, IESDB Consulting Teacher for the Blind and Visually Impaired will share the Perkins School for the Blind “What’s the Complexity” Framework and how it is used to evaluate the complexity of educational environments and create more accessible, appropriate learning activities.

Wednesday, February 23rd, 7-8 PM MST
Marlene Swarts, Regional Representative for the Helen Keller National Center will present on the services available through both the regional and national Helen Keller Center.

Wednesday, March 30th, 7-8 PM MST
Sarah Tueller, IPUL Program and Parent Education Coordinator, will share insights and resources related to how Idaho Parents Unlimited supports, empowers, and advocates for Idahoans with disabilities and their families.

Wednesday, April 27th, 7-8 PM MST
Tracy Warren, Program Specialist for the Idaho Council on Developmental Disabilities will present on person- centered planning and share about the services offered by the Council.

Contact Kristy Buffington, IESDB Transition Coordinator for more information or to request American Sign Language or Spanish interpreters, [email protected], 208-490-3017

Zoom link - https://iesdb.zoom.us/j/97702511272 Meeting ID: 977 0251 1272

SPANISH
 ¿Es usted el padre de un niño sordociego o ciego/con discapacidad visual con discapacidades múltiples?
 ¿Desea obtener más información sobre los recursos y programas disponibles?
Si es así, únase a nosotros para nuestro grupo de redes mensuales virtuales
Fechas y presentadores:
Miércoles, 15 de diciembre, 7-8 PM MST
Alison Steven, Linda Upton y Rocío Gil, personal de la Comisión de Idaho para Ciegos y Discapacitados Visuales (ICBVI) presentarán la variedad de programas y servicios ofrecidos a través de ICBVI.

Miércoles, 26 enero, 7-8 PM MST
Tina Johnson, Maestra Consultora de IESDB para Ciegos y Discapacitados Visuales compartirá el Marco de "Cuál es la Complejidad" de la Escuela Perkins para Ciegos y cómo se utiliza para evaluar la complejidad de los entornos educativos y crear actividades de aprendizaje más accesibles y apropiadas.

Miércoles, 23 febrero, 7-8 PM MST
Marlene Swarts, Representante Regional del Centro Nacional Helen Keller, presentará los servicios disponibles a través del Centro Helen Keller regional y nacional.

Miércoles, 30 de marzo, 7-8 PM MST
Sarah Tueller, Coordinadora del Programa IPUL y Educación para Padres,compartirá ideas y recursos relacionados con cómo IdahoParents Unlimited apoya, empodera y aboga por los habitantes de Idaho con discapacidades y sus familias.

Miércoles, 27 de abril, 7-8 PM MST
Tracy Warren, especialista del programa del Consejo de Idaho sobre Discapacidades del Desarrollo, presentará sobre la planificación centrada en la persona y compartirá sobre los servicios ofrecidos por el Consejo.

Contacte a Kristy Buffington, Coordinadora de Transición de IESDB para obtener más información o para solicitar intérpretes de lenguaje de señas americano o español,
[email protected], 208-490-3017

Zoom link - https://iesdb.zoom.us/j/97702511272 ID de reunión: 977 0251 1272
Santa will be at Sweet Zola's Candy Shop on Saturday, December 11th from 11:00 am until 6:00 pm so be sure to bring your kids.

7172 W Fairview Ave, Boise
Sarah Gornik Tueller and Melissa Vian will be participating in this panel.
This is taking place in Chubbuck on December 19th:

Chubbuck Lions Club Annual Special Needs Christmas Dinner.
December 19, 2021 at 12:00 pm
Red Lion Hotel
"Tell your friends we can't wait to see you!"
If you're a parent whose child is between the ages of 14-21, please consider helping Dr. Gallup with her current research:

Services in the time of COVID
Dear Families, Support Providers, and Caregivers,

Researchers study many topics. To do this we need the help of people who agree to take part a research You are being invited to take part in a research study which will include a survey that should take no more than 10 minutes and will be anonymous. The purpose of this research is to understand the services offered as part of a transition plan on an individual education program (IEP) during COVID and the potential impacts either due to their changes, lack of services, or enhanced services by blending online/telahealth options with in-person services. The purpose of this study is to answer questions related to services from your child's school or 18-21 transition program regarding school services, Vocational Rehabilitation Services, and Related Services.

This survey will focus on transition services under the current legislation and will look at before and after COVID.
Transition services are integral to the legislation Free and Appropriate Education and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (FAPE under IDEA). A primary purpose of IDEA is to ensure that all
children with disabilities have available to them a FAPE that emphasizes special education and related
services designed to meet their unique needs and prepare them for further education, employment, and
independent living. IDEA contains transition services requirements for students with disabilities, which must be addressed in the first IEP to be in effect when the student turns 16, or younger, if determined appropriate by the IEP Team. The Rehabilitation Act authorizes a continuum of services, such as pre-employment transition services, transition services, job placement services, other VR services, and supported employment services for students and youth with disabilities, as appropriate, to secure meaningful careers.


​ I would appreciate your feedback on this anonymous survey. By completing this survey, you agree to participate anonymously in this research.
​Please feel free to contact me via [email protected] with any questions.

Thank you for your time and help,
Dr. Jenn Gallup
Associate Professor
​Idaho State University
[email protected]

https://forms.gle/rStXLZG8NBXXJYNeA
From our friends at Rays for Rare:

Idaho Parents Unlimited, Inc. supports, empowers, educates and advocates to enhance the quality of life for Idahoans with disabilities and their families.

Operating as usual

12/23/2021

Bengal Basketball Night of Inclusion Sponsored by Idaho Central Credit Union.

Hoop Camp
January 15 6:00 pm
ISU vs. U of Idaho
Reed Gym Pocatello

5 of our athletes in Bengal uniform will be announced in the starting lineup with the team
10 athletes will participate in the time out activities
10 players will play a 5 minute half time game
Idaho Central Credit Union will be hosting a hospitality room
We have a limited amount of complimentary tickets available on a first-come, first-serve basis; register below to attend.

https://www.hoop.camp/events/bengal-basketball-night-of-inclusion/

Bengal Basketball Night of Inclusion Sponsored by Idaho Central Credit Union.

Hoop Camp
January 15 6:00 pm
ISU vs. U of Idaho
Reed Gym Pocatello

5 of our athletes in Bengal uniform will be announced in the starting lineup with the team
10 athletes will participate in the time out activities
10 players will play a 5 minute half time game
Idaho Central Credit Union will be hosting a hospitality room
We have a limited amount of complimentary tickets available on a first-come, first-serve basis; register below to attend.

https://www.hoop.camp/events/bengal-basketball-night-of-inclusion/

12/20/2021

We hope everyone will have a wonderful, safe holiday season!

Idaho Parents Unlimited will be closed for our normal operations from Friday, December 24, 2021 through Sunday, January 2, 2022.

We will be fully back in operation on Monday, January 3, 2022.

During that time, any requests for assistance will see a delayed response until January 3, 2022.

Happy Holidays from Idaho Parents Unlimited!

We hope everyone will have a wonderful, safe holiday season!

Idaho Parents Unlimited will be closed for our normal operations from Friday, December 24, 2021 through Sunday, January 2, 2022.

We will be fully back in operation on Monday, January 3, 2022.

During that time, any requests for assistance will see a delayed response until January 3, 2022.

Happy Holidays from Idaho Parents Unlimited!

12/20/2021

IPUL welcomes Amanda Akers who is our newest Parent Education Coordinator. Amanda has a background in health care systems both personally and professionally, and she's bilingual in English and Spanish. We're thrilled to have her join our team!

VSA Playwright Discovery Program Competition 12/14/2021

VSA Playwright Discovery Program Competition

We have had two students from Idaho win for their scripts created through IPUL's Arts programming. This is a wonderful opportunity!

VSA Playwright Discovery Program Competition High school students are invited to explore the disability experience through the art of writing for performance.

Resources & Archived Webinars 12/14/2021

Resources & Archived Webinars

Did you know that all of IPUL's monthly webinars are recorded and available for viewing on our website? They also include subtitles in both English and Spanish. Now, you can access these at a time that works best for you.
https://ipulidaho.org/res-par#ipul-video-archive

Resources & Archived Webinars IPUL is committed to our primary goal of assisting families of children with disabilities and special health care needs.

Photos from Idaho Parents Unlimited's post 12/10/2021

 Are you the parent of a Deafblind or Blind/Visually Impaired child with multiple disabilities?
 Would you like to learn more about available resources and programs?
If so, please join us for our virtual monthly networking group Dates & Presenters:
Wednesday, December 15th, 7-8 PM MST
Alison Steven, Linda Upton and Rocio Gil, staff from the Idaho Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ICBVI) will present on the array of
programs and services offered through ICBVI.

Wednesday, January 26th, 7-8 PM MST
Tina Johnson, IESDB Consulting Teacher for the Blind and Visually Impaired will share the Perkins School for the Blind “What’s the Complexity” Framework and how it is used to evaluate the complexity of educational environments and create more accessible, appropriate learning activities.

Wednesday, February 23rd, 7-8 PM MST
Marlene Swarts, Regional Representative for the Helen Keller National Center will present on the services available through both the regional and national Helen Keller Center.

Wednesday, March 30th, 7-8 PM MST
Sarah Tueller, IPUL Program and Parent Education Coordinator, will share insights and resources related to how Idaho Parents Unlimited supports, empowers, and advocates for Idahoans with disabilities and their families.

Wednesday, April 27th, 7-8 PM MST
Tracy Warren, Program Specialist for the Idaho Council on Developmental Disabilities will present on person- centered planning and share about the services offered by the Council.

Contact Kristy Buffington, IESDB Transition Coordinator for more information or to request American Sign Language or Spanish interpreters, [email protected], 208-490-3017

Zoom link - https://iesdb.zoom.us/j/97702511272 Meeting ID: 977 0251 1272

SPANISH
 ¿Es usted el padre de un niño sordociego o ciego/con discapacidad visual con discapacidades múltiples?
 ¿Desea obtener más información sobre los recursos y programas disponibles?
Si es así, únase a nosotros para nuestro grupo de redes mensuales virtuales
Fechas y presentadores:
Miércoles, 15 de diciembre, 7-8 PM MST
Alison Steven, Linda Upton y Rocío Gil, personal de la Comisión de Idaho para Ciegos y Discapacitados Visuales (ICBVI) presentarán la variedad de programas y servicios ofrecidos a través de ICBVI.

Miércoles, 26 enero, 7-8 PM MST
Tina Johnson, Maestra Consultora de IESDB para Ciegos y Discapacitados Visuales compartirá el Marco de "Cuál es la Complejidad" de la Escuela Perkins para Ciegos y cómo se utiliza para evaluar la complejidad de los entornos educativos y crear actividades de aprendizaje más accesibles y apropiadas.

Miércoles, 23 febrero, 7-8 PM MST
Marlene Swarts, Representante Regional del Centro Nacional Helen Keller, presentará los servicios disponibles a través del Centro Helen Keller regional y nacional.

Miércoles, 30 de marzo, 7-8 PM MST
Sarah Tueller, Coordinadora del Programa IPUL y Educación para Padres,compartirá ideas y recursos relacionados con cómo IdahoParents Unlimited apoya, empodera y aboga por los habitantes de Idaho con discapacidades y sus familias.

Miércoles, 27 de abril, 7-8 PM MST
Tracy Warren, especialista del programa del Consejo de Idaho sobre Discapacidades del Desarrollo, presentará sobre la planificación centrada en la persona y compartirá sobre los servicios ofrecidos por el Consejo.

Contacte a Kristy Buffington, Coordinadora de Transición de IESDB para obtener más información o para solicitar intérpretes de lenguaje de señas americano o español,
[email protected], 208-490-3017

Zoom link - https://iesdb.zoom.us/j/97702511272 ID de reunión: 977 0251 1272

12/09/2021

Santa will be at Sweet Zola's Candy Shop on Saturday, December 11th from 11:00 am until 6:00 pm so be sure to bring your kids.

7172 W Fairview Ave, Boise

12/09/2021

Sarah Gornik Tueller and Melissa Vian will be participating in this panel.

Our only December support group meeting will be held Thursday, December 16. This is a special meeting to discuss IEPs. RSVP required. Visit thegreenappleproject.org/support-group for additional information and to RSVP.

12/08/2021

This is taking place in Chubbuck on December 19th:

Chubbuck Lions Club Annual Special Needs Christmas Dinner.
December 19, 2021 at 12:00 pm
Red Lion Hotel
"Tell your friends we can't wait to see you!"

This is taking place in Chubbuck on December 19th:

Chubbuck Lions Club Annual Special Needs Christmas Dinner.
December 19, 2021 at 12:00 pm
Red Lion Hotel
"Tell your friends we can't wait to see you!"

Services in the time of COVID 12/06/2021

Services in the time of COVID

If you're a parent whose child is between the ages of 14-21, please consider helping Dr. Gallup with her current research:

Services in the time of COVID
Dear Families, Support Providers, and Caregivers,

Researchers study many topics. To do this we need the help of people who agree to take part a research You are being invited to take part in a research study which will include a survey that should take no more than 10 minutes and will be anonymous. The purpose of this research is to understand the services offered as part of a transition plan on an individual education program (IEP) during COVID and the potential impacts either due to their changes, lack of services, or enhanced services by blending online/telahealth options with in-person services. The purpose of this study is to answer questions related to services from your child's school or 18-21 transition program regarding school services, Vocational Rehabilitation Services, and Related Services.

This survey will focus on transition services under the current legislation and will look at before and after COVID.
Transition services are integral to the legislation Free and Appropriate Education and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (FAPE under IDEA). A primary purpose of IDEA is to ensure that all
children with disabilities have available to them a FAPE that emphasizes special education and related
services designed to meet their unique needs and prepare them for further education, employment, and
independent living. IDEA contains transition services requirements for students with disabilities, which must be addressed in the first IEP to be in effect when the student turns 16, or younger, if determined appropriate by the IEP Team. The Rehabilitation Act authorizes a continuum of services, such as pre-employment transition services, transition services, job placement services, other VR services, and supported employment services for students and youth with disabilities, as appropriate, to secure meaningful careers.


​ I would appreciate your feedback on this anonymous survey. By completing this survey, you agree to participate anonymously in this research.
​Please feel free to contact me via [email protected] with any questions.

Thank you for your time and help,
Dr. Jenn Gallup
Associate Professor
​Idaho State University
[email protected]

https://forms.gle/rStXLZG8NBXXJYNeA

Services in the time of COVID Dear Families, Support Providers, and Caregivers, Researchers study many topics. To do this we need the help of people who agree to take part a research You are being invited to take part in a research study which will include a survey that should take no more than 10 minutes and will be anonymous.....

12/04/2021

From our friends at Rays for Rare:

How to Win at Applying for Medicaid 12/02/2021

How to Win at Applying for Medicaid

One Idaho mom shares her experience with getting organized and accessing Medicaid to assist her son. Take a look at this article she wrote here - and, yes, please know that we at IPUL are here to assist you through the maze of applications and accessing services:

https://www.extraluckymoms.com/post/how-to-win-at-applying-for-medicaid?fbclid=IwAR1e1y8dPTIyNuxfDt4a5hvTZpDnBLh-HjOBq9Y-2su7G_nZZD3BDeKl_54

How to Win at Applying for Medicaid By Lyla N. Hopefully you read part one of this story, but if you didn’t, here’s a quick recap. We went from a place where support felt nonexistent to a floodgate of professionals wanting to help us achieve the impossible. Our home is humble, but it’s filled with incredible therapeutic tools. W...

About PEAK's 2022 Virtual Conference on Inclusive Education | PEAK Parent Center 12/01/2021

About PEAK's 2022 Virtual Conference on Inclusive Education | PEAK Parent Center

Friends and Families,
If you've never had the chance to attend the PEAK Inclusive Education conference, now is the time! It's virtual this year making it easier to access and the speakers look amazing. IPUL staff and many parents have attended over the years and have always found it to be a great learning opportunity. IPUL has scholarships for parents to cover the costs of registration. If you're interested, a link to our scholarship form will be in the comments. Here is more information on the conference: https://www.peakparent.org/conference_on_inclusive_education/about

About PEAK's 2022 Virtual Conference on Inclusive Education | PEAK Parent Center General Information • Registration • Agenda • Y

11/30/2021

This Giving Tuesday, we hope you will remember Idaho Parents Unlimited!

https://ipulidaho.org/helpus

https://ipulidaho.org/aboutus

This Giving Tuesday, we hope you will remember Idaho Parents Unlimited!

https://ipulidaho.org/helpus

https://ipulidaho.org/aboutus

11/24/2021

Happy Thanksgiving from Idaho Parents Unlimited. We are thankful for the amazing families in Idaho who we get the privilege to meet and work with throughout the year. We're also thankful for all of our professional partners who march alongside of us to improve systems and services for families raising children with disabilities and special health care needs. What are YOU thankful for?

Image: IPUL Logo, pumpkin background with "I am thankful for..." overlay, Wishing you all a Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving from Idaho Parents Unlimited. We are thankful for the amazing families in Idaho who we get the privilege to meet and work with throughout the year. We're also thankful for all of our professional partners who march alongside of us to improve systems and services for families raising children with disabilities and special health care needs. What are YOU thankful for?

Image: IPUL Logo, pumpkin background with "I am thankful for..." overlay, Wishing you all a Happy Thanksgiving!

Tell Your Members of Congress to Support the IDEA Full Funding Act to Invest in Students with Disabilities 11/16/2021

Tell Your Members of Congress to Support the IDEA Full Funding Act to Invest in Students with Disabilities

https://www.ncld.org/news/ncld-applauds-the-reintroduction-of-the-idea-full-funding-bill/

https://www.votervoice.net/NCLD/campaigns/89531/respond

Tell Your Members of Congress to Support the IDEA Full Funding Act to Invest in Students with Disabilities Did you know the promise by Congress in 1975 to fully fund the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) has never been met? Due to this, state and local governments have shouldered the additional costs of special education services...

Free food box distribution set for Wednesday at Ford Idaho Center 11/11/2021

Free food box distribution set for Wednesday at Ford Idaho Center

Free food box distribution set for Wednesday at Ford Idaho Center The City of Nampa and the Idaho Food Bank are joining forces to help get meals on the tables of residents in need. On Wednesday, a food giveaway will be held at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., or until the food boxes run out. There are no qualifications to receive the food: An...

Photos from Eagle Holiday Bazaar's post 11/11/2021

Photos from Eagle Holiday Bazaar's post

Timeline Photos 11/10/2021

Timeline Photos

Wow!!!

Lesson of the Day: ‘A Future for People With Disabilities in Outer Space Takes Flight’ 11/08/2021

Lesson of the Day: ‘A Future for People With Disabilities in Outer Space Takes Flight’

Lesson of the Day: ‘A Future for People With Disabilities in Outer Space Takes Flight’ In this lesson, students will learn about efforts being made to make spaceflight more accessible. Then, they will consider accessibility in their community.

Timeline Photos 11/05/2021

IPUL has a limited number of scholarships for parents who wish to attend that can help with registration and/or travel/lodging costs. Contact us at: [email protected] for more information.

Tools for Life 2022 - registration is open!
Tools for Life will take place in Moscow on March 7-8 at the Best Western Plus University Inn. This two-day event is a secondary transition conference for students with disabilities, families and secondary transition professionals.

For more information visit;
tinyurl.com/tfl-2022-registration

Photos from Idaho Parents Unlimited's post 11/01/2021

Monthly Webinar
November 17, 2021
Children's Developmental Disabilities
Services in Idaho
Katie Beckett Waiver
Traditional vs Family Directed Services
Allowable Expenses
6:30 - 7:30 pm MST Live Webinar
7:30 - 8:00 PM MST Open Forum Q & A
via Zoom
Registration required
https://ipulidaho.org/rsvp-workshop
208-342-5884
[email protected]
ipulidaho.org

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: ACLU ICDD Rules Presentation. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. 10/30/2021

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: ACLU ICDD Rules Presentation. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

This is regarding services for adults with developmental disabilities in Idaho but many of you who have teenagers may be interested in learning about this:

Meetings scheduled to understand changes to Adult DD services.

Monday, November 8 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm (MST)
DD Council/ACLU Overview of Draft Proposed Temporary Rules for Adult Developmental Disability Services. Register here.
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEld-irrz0rHtchdTJ2QAdkPnAcAPAVmJpx

Thursday, November 11 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm (MST)
KW Class Member Meeting is open ONLY to people who get Medicaid DD services and/or their primary advocate. This will NOT be recorded. Spanish interpretation will be provided. Auto captioning provided in English. Register here.
https://aclu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Xw1bR5VfTLGg9NJu9JNXfg

Monday, November 15 11:00 am to 1:00 pm (MST) Supports Intensity Scale-Adults (SIS-A) Assessment. This webinar is only for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their family advocates. Register here.
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_y1yecb52SPuyrYld45rFqQ

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: ACLU ICDD Rules Presentation. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: ACLU ICDD Rules Presentation. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

Videos (show all)

Lunch and Learn - What is a Center for Independent Living?
Lunch and Learn  - Oral Health Discussion with Stephanie Walters
Exploring Facilitation for Dispute Resolution
IPUL's January Lunch and Learn: Self-Care
IPUL live with the Idaho Family Caregiver Navigator Project
Giving Tuesday Idaho Parents Unlimited 202
Online Safety
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4619 Emerald, Suite E
Boise, ID
83706

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IPUL provides information, workshops and one to one support for families who have children with disabilities and special health care needs in the areas of education, health, and the arts, at no cost to families.

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Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
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