IPUL's E-News for October 30, 2020
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.
IPUL Wins, Says "THANK YOU!"
And the Virtual On-The-Spot Grant winner is… 
Idaho Parents Unlimited - Communication for ALL!
Thank you to the The Coeur Group for four consecutive years of sponsorship.
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Thanks to all who voted! IPUL is the winner of the CDA 2030 grant competition.
We are so excited to increase accessibility in communication by placing AAC boards in Coeur d'Alene parks, and hopefully all over the state at some point.

Thank you, CDA 2030 for making this possible!
Weekly Events for Youth from LINC
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This week's event will be over by the time you get this, but LINC have been having a weekly youth event online for some time now. You can see their upcoming event list at this link!
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Can You Give Us A Few Minutes?
Hello,

Idaho Parents Unlimited is actively involved in the Family Voices CARES Act Telehealth Project. Family Voices is seeking input from families who have children with disabilities and special health care needs to identify "family readiness" in telehealth services.

We would greatly appreciate a few minutes of your time to complete the following survey. Thank you!

OK, How About a Few More Minutes?
Dear friends,

The Center on Disabilities and Human Development at the University of Idaho has been working on a project to identify stress levels and specific stress-producing factors in parents or caregivers who have children of any age with autism living in their home. They are specifically looking at stress-producing factors during the COVID -19 pandemic. They have created the following survey and have asked that we share it with others who may be interested in completing the survey and/or sharing it with others. The questionnaire includes a total of 26 items with 2 related questions for each item and should take approximately 20 minutes to complete. The first page is a Consent Letter. Once you submit your consent to participate the survey will be displayed. The arrow at the bottom right of the screen will advance you to the next page of the survey. All responses are anonymous. If you would like to receive a report once we have summarized the results- they would be happy to share.

Survey Link:


For questions contact:
Julie A. Fodor Ph.D.
Director, Center on Disabilities
And Human Development
Associate Professor,
Curriculum and Instruction
College of Education, Health and Human Sciences
208 885-6128
jfodor@uidaho.edu
Our Facebook Live from October 28
On October 28, IPUL went live on Facebook to discuss Online Safety with Jennifer Zielinski from the Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition. You can see the entire short conversation on our Facebook Page, no registration required!
Coming in November 2020 to Moscow
- Work of Art
Event Flyer
Idaho Parents Unlimited Presents:

WORK OF ART
MOSCOW

Are you a student with a disability age 14-21?
Get Paid to work with a professional artist and learn job skills for your future.

November 7, 2020 - November 25, 2020.

SESSIONS:
Saturday, November 7, 10:00 a.m to 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday, November 11, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, November 14, 10:00 a.m to 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday, November 18, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, November 21, 10:00 a.m to 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday, November 25, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

At the Best Western University Inn
1516 Pullman Rd. Moscow ID 83843

Reception
Friday, December 4, 2020

The Machine Shop
2375 Highway 95 N. Moscow


Coming in November 2020 to Boise - Work of Art
WOA boise poster
Idaho Parents Unlimited Presents:

WORK OF ART
Boise
Are you a student with a disability age 14-21?
Get Paid to work with a professional artist and learn job skills for your future.

November 9 & 11, 16 & 18
From 6:30-8:00 pm
Saturdays November 14 & 21
From 10 am - 1 pm


Skills for Effective Advocacy:
The Power of a Personal Story
- IPUL's November 2020 Statewide Presentation
November 2020 workshop flyer
Parents and Youth learn the importance of advocacy when working within multiple systems that impact their children or themselves.
Participants will craft an effective personal story related to an issue that can be used to influence changes to systems, policies, or rules.
Our statewide presentation is webcast monthly live via Zoom Webinar. Registration is required.

Once you have registered, you will be sent an email with your registration confirmation as well as a link so you can join the webcast when it goes live.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, IPUL will only be offering this presentation online.

We will be offering this training on Wednesday, November 10, 2020 at 6:00 PM Mountain Standard Time

Phone: (208) 342-5884
Email: parents@ipulidaho.org
question ask here
Contact Idaho Parents Unlimited!

The best method to reach us for assistance is through our website:  
https://ipulidaho.org/connect-with-us#contact-us-here . You can also shoot us a question using the abbreviated version of that form at the bottom of every page on our website, although we may need to get more information from you.

We monitor our intake phone line (208-342-5884) several times a day, and will try to respond to any request there within 24 hours. We use an automated intake phone system, so you will be leaving a message.

For questions that are not about something in our scope of work, you can still leave a phone message as above, send the question to the form on our website, or shoot us an email at parents@ipulidaho.org.

We keep our website updated with new news and events, and maintain a presence on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
IPUL's programs are funded through grants and contracts with the following:
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