IPUL's E-News: October 18, 2019
Here are the highlights of our recent activity online. Not all everything is included due to timeliness. If an advertised event already took place, we've left it off.
We Want Your News and Events!
  If you have news, information or upcoming events in your hometown that are relevant to families who have children with disabilities or special health care needs and would like us to share that information, please email the details to parents@ipulidaho.org for review.

Our program coordinator will then share this via IPUL's social media networks. We are also happy to add events to our calendar for people to find.
IPUL Out and About
We were out at a couple of community events this last Saturday.

Sarah was at the Buddy Walk last Saturday:
Sarah and friend at the buddy walk
Sarah Posted:
"Always fun supporting our friends at the annual buddy walk."   #IdahoParentsUnlimited   #BuddyWalkBoise  — at  Idaho State Capitol .
Then The Grinch, Sarah, Angela, and Sarah's son Truman were at our booth at the 5th annual Spina Bifida Carnival later that same day:
Angela Posted:
"Great turnout and tons of fun at the 5th annual Spina Bifida Carnival in the new children’s pavilion at St Luke’s! "
Shrek Sarah Angela and Truman
Idaho Youth Unite
Monday, November 4, 2019 from 5:30-8:00 p.m.

The Linen Building, 1402 W. Grove Street, Boise, Idaho, 83702

An event to empower Idaho youth to work together to improve the systems that serve them and create brighter futures for themselves, their peers, and their communities.  

With special focus on mental health, substance use, child welfare, and juvenile justice issues. 

Idaho Youth Unite will include:

  • Presentation: Youth are Agents of Change by Greg Dicchary, Youth Empowerment Director, Magellan Healthcare and creator of MY LIFE (Magellan Youth Leaders Inspiring Future Empowerment.)

  • Dynamic activities to engage youth and inspire meaningful conversations.

  • An interactive dialogue related to enhancing youth services, systems and outcomes for youth and young adults.

  • Information and resources for youth and families.

  • Dinner will be provided.

There is no cost for participation, but space is limited so please register soon!

Register:


Statewide Training for November -
Rights and Responsibilities: Resolving Disagreements
flyer for the event - four emoticons across the top of the image with one sad one happy one mad and one glum
Disagreements happen. But conflict is not  always  a bad thing - it can be constructive. Having a plan to work through it can provide opportunities for everyone to be heard and understood, and improve strained interactions. This training will look at using the least adversarial approach to manage disagreements over how best to help your child, improving relationships for the long term.
 
  Wednesday, November 13, 2019
 10:00 -11:00 a.m. MST and again at  6:00-7:00 p.m. MST

 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