Tuesday, January 17, 2017
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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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    Little girl smelling a flower
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    A student and a teacher
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    A girl shows off her creation
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    Kids attending an art class at IPUL
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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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    Soundsticks created by kids at an IPUL class

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


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 January 31st! 


FYI:  Do you or someone you know have a child who has been diagnosed with Microtia and Aural Atresia?

We would like to make you aware of 2 Ears 2 Learn, a non-profit organization that collects and refurbishes used sound processors and provides them to qualified children with Microtia and Aural Atresia at no charge.

You can learn more about this at their website:


2ears2learn website link


Save the Date!

Coming in March 2017: 
 Flyer for the Tools for Life Secondary Transition and Technology Fair

 January 2017 Newsletter (.pdf) 

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