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Idaho Parents Unlimited 2017 Pop-Up Conference

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Bright Beginnings and ABA Early Intervention Program

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Community Partnerships of Idaho is offering a new Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Early Intervention Program in Boise beginning in August 2017. The program Bright Beginning’s is an Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) based program for children with developmental disabilities. ABA is a scientifically proven intervention approach which uses principles that increase skills and decrease challenging behavior by […]

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New Counseling Services Available in Emmett

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Community Partnerships of Idaho has opened a new behavioral health office in Emmett offering inpidual and family counseling. Julie Hatfield, a licensed Masters Social Worker is available to work with inpiduals and families to help create a tailored plan for treatment built on evidence-based treatment options. She helps inpiduals and families feel empowered to make […]

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Idaho Health and Welfare Director to Resign

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In his State of the State address to the Idaho Legislature and the Judiciary today, Idaho Governor Butch Otter announced that long time Health and Welfare Director Dick Armstrong would be retiring this June. Director Armstrong was appointed to the position by Governor Risch in 2007.

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Summer Fun at Roaring Springs

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Community Partnerships employees, participants, family members and friends are invited to our annual Roaring Springs Celebration on Thursday, August 11th from 8 – 11 pm. We’ll have the water park to ourselves for an inclusive evening–time to splash, slide, swim and have a great time! Tickets are $7 per person and must be purchased in […]

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Registration is Open for the 2016 Idaho Partnerships Conference on Human Services

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Sign up early for the Idaho Partnerships Conference on Human Services being held at Boise State University on October 5th and 6th, 2016. We are excited to announce that Temple Grandin will be joining us as the keynote speaker on October 5th, 2016 at the 20th Annual Idaho Partnerships Conference on Human Services this fall. The […]

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Info and Enrollment Night for Summer Work Experience Program

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Community Partnerships of Idaho is hosting education and enrollment sessions across Southern Idaho for teachers, counselors, parents and youth to learn more about an exciting new Work Experience Program launching this summer. Youth between the ages of 16-21 currently enrolled in high school and receiving services through an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or 504 plan may […]

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Looking for heroes

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Nominations are now being accepted to recognize Idaho heroes who make a positive difference in the lives of those living with disabilities in Idaho. Commitment to Community Awards are given out annually during the Idaho Partnerships Conference on Human Services in the fall to individuals, organizations or businesses who have demonstrated inclusiveness, helped open doors […]

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Nampa Kids now has a place to call home

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Community Partnerships of Idaho recently opened a new Children’s Learning Center in the same complex as our main Nampa office on the Boulevard! Designed to assist children with developmental disabilities, our Nampa program offers Interdisciplinary Training, Family Training, Habilitative Intervention and Habilitative Supports services. “I am so excited to be a part of this program […]

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Legislative Update Week 10

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It was a crazy week this week at the Capitol. Lot’s of twists and turns. It seems that just when you think the session should be winding down, there are the last ditch efforts to address important issues and try to leave this session with a sense of accomplishment. Lot’s of fun things to read about this […]

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