Idaho services for people with developmental disabilities.
An array of therapeutic, educational, and supportive services for children ages birth to 3 yrs with developmental delays.
Implements a system of care that has an improved array of Medicaid benefits for children with developmental disabilities.
Medicaid reimbursed service that is available to children with developmental disabilities who display challenging behaviors.
Statewide non-profit agency which provides advocacy and legal services for people with disabilities in Idaho.
Nation's largest autism science and advocacy organization, dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a cure for autism; increasing awareness of autism spectrum disorders; and advocating for the needs of individuals with autism and their families.
Improving the lives of all affected by autism.
by Ellen Notbohm
A guide to assist families on the journey from adolescence to adulthood Autism
Idaho Parents Unlimited supports, empowers, educates and advocates to enhance the quality of life for Idahoans with disabilities and their families.
Serving the needs of all individuals in Idaho with Autism and their families through advocacy, education, and public awareness.
Roots to Wings
A statewide network of parents who are active in advocacy for children and adults with developmental disabilities and interested in opportunities for positive systems change in their communities and state.
To learn more, please contact Tracy Warren at the Council Office - 334-2178.
Keys to the Future
Booklet provides a roadmap to families of children with disabilities to help them learn more about various disabilities and developmental stages and how to navigate the service system. Please contact the Council office for a copy - 334-2178.
Scheduled webinars and trainings related to special education, early childhood, assistive technology, transistion, and parents and school success
Annual Tools for Life:
Secondary Transition and Assistive Technology Fair
Two-day event with presentations by regional and national experts on issues surrounding secondary transition and assistive technology.
Next Fair in 2012