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Idaho Parents Unlimited supports, empowers, educates and advocates to enhance the quality of life for Idahoans with disabilities and their families
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    Two girls in front of an IPUL display at the Spina Bifida event
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    A boy with a magnifying glass 
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    A girl shows off her creation
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    Little girl smelling a flower
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    Kids attending an art class at IPUL
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    A student and a teacher
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    Soundsticks created by kids at an IPUL class

CID is looking for feedback regarding Veyo

The Consortium for Idahoans with Disabilities is collecting information regarding issues that people with disabilities (and/or parents of children with disabilities) may be experiencing with non-emergency medical transportation being provided by the new managed care organization Veyo.

CID is sharing these concerns with the Department of Health and Welfare, legislators, and Veyo in an effort to determine what problems may exist and how to provide immediate solutions. 


Coming soon:
Success With the IEP in Preston

Flyer for success with the IEP in Preston
On September 27th, IPUL will be having Sucess With the IEP training in Preston Idaho, at FCMC DDA, 153 N. State Street Suite B, Preston, ID 83263 from 6-8 PM 
To register for this event, click the poster above, the link in the upper left, or here


Coming soon: 

The CEC Conference logo

From our friends at the Idaho Council for Exceptional Children:

Hello Parents,

I am writing this to invite you to attend the Fall CEC Conference in Boise Area. This year it will be held at the West Ada Training Center in Meridian.

Our Keynote speaker for Thursday is Deborah Lynch who will be speaking on the effects of Trauma on children. Friday we are pleased to bring Jason Skeesuck and Patrick of "I'll Push You: A Journey of 500 Miles, Two Best Friends, and One Wheelchair."

We have terrific presenters lined up, and discounted hotel rooms at the Courtyard Marriott in Meridian just down the road from the Village Shopping Center. The rooms are only going to be held until Monday, September 11th, so act fast if you want one!

I hope to see you there!

Here are the registration links:

Mary E. Robinson

(IPUL has the ability to offer scholarships to assist you in attending this event - see scholarships on the right-hand side of this page:

Coming Soon: 

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Coming Soon: 

IPUL Monthly Workshop Series

Bullying Prevention for Parents and Youth

poster for the monthly training
October 11th, 2017
6:00-9:00PM Mountain Standard Time
Statewide Locations: 
4619 Emerald St. Ste E Boise, Idaho 83706
Coeur d’Alene
Kootenai Health Center 2003 Kootenai Health Way Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83814 inside cafeteria, classroom 2
A New Hope 300 N. 7th Ave. Pocatello, Idaho 83201 childcare available-advanced notice required
*scholarships for childcare upon request, statewide
Link to call 208-342-5884 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Learn More about Idaho’s Talking Book Service

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Your child may be eligible to borrow free audio or Braille books and magazines if he or she is unable to read standard print, hold a book, or turn pages due to a temporary or permanent physical limitation. This free service is provided by the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the and the National Library Service. Registered users receive:
  • Books, magazines, and playback equipment
  • Materials mailed directly to and from the user at no charge
  • Toll free number to contact Readers Advisors who can help select titles or answer questions
  • Online catalog for direct ordering
  • Ability to download digital audio titles on phones or other devices
The Talking Books collection offers a wide range of popular fiction and nonfiction book and magazine titles for adults, teens, and children in English, Spanish and other languages. Children’s magazines include National Geographic World, Cricket, Muse, Humpty Dumpty, Spider, Sports Illustrated for Kids and more. The collection may be searched by anyone using the online catalog. Materials are mailed directly to the individual’s home in special returnable packaging and may be returned to the Commission for Libraries without postage costs.
Download an application at or call 1-800-458-3271. Applications need to be signed by a doctor, librarian, or social worker to qualify based on vision or physical impairments. If your child has an organic brain disorder, such as dyslexia, a medical doctor needs to sign the application (based on current federal law).
Idaho Talking Book staff are happy to answer any questions you might have or present to groups. Contact us at 1-800-458-3271.

Can you help with a survey? 

The Parent Network is excited to help Idaho parents navigate the new services and supports for children with Serious Emotional Disturbances (SED) that are coming to the State of Idaho.
As part of our efforts to help the State understand current conditions and the needs of our families, we have put together a survey.
If your child has a mental illness, please take a moment to click on this link and take the survey and then share with your friends. Together our voices are strong!

What is Idaho Parents Unlimited?

Founded in 1985, Idaho Parents Unlimited, Inc. (IPUL) is a statewide organization which houses the Idaho Parent Training and Information Center, the Family to Family Health Information Center, Idaho Family Voices, the Creative Access Art Center, and VSA Idaho, the State Organization on Arts and Disability.   For more information Click here