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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
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, and IPUL Arts. (Formerly VSA Idaho)  For more information Click here

Graham SLAM 2019

Benefiting Idaho Parents Unlimited and the Idaho Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health
We are happy to announce that on September 8 and 9, 2019, the Graham and Ruby DeLaet Foundation will hold their annual charity event – Graham Slam – to raise funds to improve children's health and wellness and the development of junior golf across North America.
Graham Slam Logo
logo of IPUL and Idaho Federation of Families for childrens mental health
In 2019, the Foundation will continue its fundraising efforts through the Graham Slam event in their hometown of Boise, ID. The Boise community has been Graham and Ruby's home since they met at Boise State University, and where they have built their lives and family over the past decade.
SEPTEMBER 8, 2019 | Superhero Soirée | The Club at Spurwing
SEPTEMBER 9, 2019 | Golf | The Club at Spurwing

The Graham and Ruby DeLaet Foundation Vision:  

Our vision is to foster an environment where children and families that are affected by emotional, behavioural, or mental illnesses are supported, not only in their home, but also in their workplaces, schools, and communities.

Our aim is to help put an end to mental health stigmas through promoting open conversations, where children feel safe to discuss their struggles and feel supported.

In addition, we hope to provide equal opportunity for junior golfers at all stages. We will strive to ensure that no golfer is held back due to lack of funds or resources.


Read more about this exciting upcoming event, or to register as a sponsor, click here:

Statewide Training for September - Special Education: Eligibility and Strengths-Based Goals

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Join IPUL staff for a brief discussion about the beginning steps of the Special Education evaluation process followed by an in-depth discussion on how to write goals for students that focus on their strengths to help them make progress and be successful.
 Wednesday, September 11, 2019
 10:00 a.m.  and again at  6:00 p.m. 

 Broadcast live from the Boise office and interactive via webinar from anywhere with an internet connection
 Idaho Parents Unlimited
 4619 Emerald St., Ste. E
 Boise, ID 83706
 Phone: (208) 342-5884
 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Boise and Couer d'Alene

Posters for Boise and CDA WOA fall 2019

Pre-employment skills development for students with a disability, ages 16-21.  Made possible by a contract through the Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation.

Get paid to work with a professional artist while learning job readiness skills.   Please plan to attend all sessions.

Work of Art  for Boise 

For Work Of Art taking place: 
October 16 - November 9. 2019

Idaho Parents Unlimited
4619 Emerald, Ste. E Boise, ID



Work of Art for Coeur d'Alene 

For Work Of Art taking place: 
October 9 - October 26. 2019
Human Rights Education Institute 
414 W Fort Grounds dr. Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814



Monthly Workshops Year at a Glance

Here's our Save the Date Calendar, showing you the dates and topics we plan to train on in the coming year.

You'll notice that we don't have the exact start times on this calendar - that's intentional! We plan on trying out different times in order to make it easier for you to attend, either in person at our Boise office, or online via simultaneous webcasts.




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Maestría en Psicología, Oradora
Profesional, Activista y Actriz de Televisión
¡Tendremos información en español
sobre temas relacionados con
Habrá cuidados de niños
¡La presentación de un invitado
super especial-Mario Calderon!

NAMPA, ID 83687
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Para Información
Llame A:
(208) 908-2327
(208) 703-5470
Este evento esta siendo organizado con el
patrocinio de: ICDD, IPUL, ICCU, CDHD,
Pantera Market, y otros colaboradores.


Donate to Idaho Parents Unlimited! 

IPUL's limited funding and resources allows us to support families who have children and youth with disabilities and complex health conditions throughout the state of Idaho.  
Our programs are historically underfunded, and we are always grateful for individual contributions that support us in our efforts to meet the needs of more families and youth.  
An example of a program with the greatest need is our Work of Art program.  With Work of Art, IPUL partners with local artists and companies to provide paid work experience for students with disabilities who are transitioning from school to the workplace.  
Your contribution will ensure young people with disabilities will have access to meaningful employment skill development, leading to happy, productive, and independent lives.  
Your individual contribution is a direct investment in Idaho's families. 

Idaho Parents Unlimited's Social Media Policy

Hello friends,
IPUL is in the process of updating our social media policies as more and more messages are coming to our organization via digital means. Unfortunately, we find the Facebook inbox and notifications to be somewhat unreliable. This is especially true when there is more than one person serving as a page administrator. Therefore, if you send a message to our FB inbox, you will receive an automatic reply directing you to our website intake form or phone number. We'll do our best to check for messages each day, but we much prefer to use our systems that are currently in place to provide appropriate assistance. 
That said, we have also developed new policies regarding staff and their personal FB pages as well as other social media sites - including personal cell phones (text messaging). Frequently, our staff are tagged in posts on groups and expected to respond (or they feel obligated) after regular business hours. They also receive private instant messages via this technology as well.
All staff have been instructed to respond to work-related messages only during our regular business hours (Monday-Friday; 9:00-5:00) or during their individually scheduled hours when they are each working using company equipment and resources only.  If you contact employees with their personal messaging accounts, they are instructed to not respond, other than to direct you to our official channels.  

We hope this will help us to be consistent in providing assistance as well as ensuring messages don't fall through the cracks. Thanks for understanding!
~Angela Lindig, Executive Director
You can always connect to us via our intake inbox, available on our website as the button that says "Question for a Parent Education Coordinator?" or by calling our phone line at (208) 342-5884