IPUL's Social Media Recap: May 31, 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.
Low Sensory Monday at Children's Museum of Idaho
a child flying through clouds on a briefcase
We passed along this information:

Good afternoon. We would like to offer low sensory days at the Children's Museum on Mondays. We will have low lighting, muted sounds, weighted vests, sound canceling headphones, Please call the Museum to register. A minimum of 20 people is required to host this event and the cost is normal admission. 

Thank you

Serving on Groups 2-day Leadership Curriculum coming to Couer d'Alene
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Northern Idaho Parents:

Join us in June to expand your leadership skills and learn how to be best involved in working with committees, councils, boards, or other groups involved in systems change or advocacy.

Serving on Groups

2-day Leadership Curriculum
Couer d'Alene Public Library

702 E. Front
Couer d'Alene, Idaho 83814
June 17 & 18, 2019
10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. both days.

The Serving on Groups Leadership Curriculum is a two-day event, and has been developed by the US Office of Special Education and Wisconsin Family Assistance Center to teach families how to better participate in groups and bring meaningful information to the table with decision makers in their communities and states.
IPUL on the Road
We shared this post from our director, Angela Lindig, from the regional Parent Training and Information center conference being held this week in Tacoma, Washington:

Working together to make things better for Idaho families  #ChildrenAndFamilies   #Disabilities   #IPUL   #Idaho #ParentTrainingAndInformationCenters

several IPULIANS participating in events at the regional PTI conference
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You can now tune your email preferences! We want to be sure you are getting the mail from us that matters to you. We recently corrected an issue that was keeping people from being added to our mailing list, so if you are seeing this today for the first time, welcome!

When you join our mailing list you begin by getting everything we send out... However we know that not everyone wants to see everything we send out, so we are making it easy to tune your preferences.

If you scroll to the very bottom of this mailing you will find a link that says "update profile" clicking this will launch a page where you can update your information, and choose what mailings you will receive from us in the future.

You will be able to deselect or select to be on the newsletter list, the social media update list, or the announcements list.

If you are happy with getting everything, then you don't have to do anything, you are all set. But should you want to adjust what we send you, that is now possible.
June's Statewide Training:
Tools for Your Toolbox
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Broadcast Live from the Boise office and interactive statewide via our webinar platform.
Tools for Your Toolbox 
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 | 5:30 - 7:00 pm MT
This is an all inclusive training covering everything from early childhood, IDEA, transition to adulthood, coordination of care, and much more.
We welcome people who want to attend the training in person at our Boise office. (Please plan to be in the office at least by 5:20 p.m.)  People attending remotely via our simulcast webinar will only need to have a modern web browser to attend. (And you can do that via computer, smartphone, or tablet) 

You will receive a confirmation email with a link to join the live event.  
IPUL's Webinar Library:
Just a reminder that we have changed how we present our webinars - rather than a live webinar, will are now releasing a series of shorter, prerecorded modules on the same topic as our statewide training. The idea being that once we put them up, they will remain available for anyone to register to see and watch at their leisure.

You can find them here on our website: