List of State Resources - Idaho

Idaho Parents Unlimited, Inc. (IPUL)Founded in 1985, Idaho Parents Unlimited, Inc. (IPUL) is a state-owned organization that houses the Idaho Parent Training and Information Center, the Family-to-Family Health Information Center, Idaho Family Voices, and IPUL Arts. Idaho Parents Unlimited programs fulfill the mission of educating, empowering, supporting, and advocating for people with disabilities and their families.
The AdVenture ProgramThe AdVenture program offers recreation, nature trips, fitness programs, sports, and social activities for people with disabilities, their families, and friends. AdVenture is committed to providing quality sports, recreation and outdoor adventures for people of all skill levels. Taking place in the most integrated setting, the AdVenture program will promote self confidence, well-being and physical fitness, leading to a more independent lifestyle.
Idaho Asperger and Autistic Spectrum Disorders Support GroupThe page is developed by a parent of a child with Asperger's to provide information and support on Asperger's syndrome and related disorders, and to provide a list of local resources for Idaho families.
Panhandle Autism SocietyThe Panhandle Autism Society (PAS) is a chapter of the Autism Society of America that focus on meaningful participation and self-determination in all aspects of life for people on the autism spectrum and their families. The Autism Society promotes individual, parent, and guardian choice to ensure that people on the autism spectrum are treated with dignity and respect.
Seven StarsSeven Stars is one of the nation's leading residential treatment centers for adolescents with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders. The Seven Stars treatment model is a revolutionary hybrid. By combining the assessment aspects of a multidisciplinary assessment center, the experiential learning of an adventure and therapy program, and academics in the residential treatment classroom, their program provides a very comprehensive solution for adolescents struggling with developmental disorders. neurological.
The arc autism nowIt is the nation's largest community organization advocating for and serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. is a dynamic and interactive, highly visible and effective central point of quality information and resources for people with ASD and other developmental disabilities
Idaho department of health y welfareThe Child Development Disabilities Program provides a system of care that has a wide range of home and community-based services for children, including intervention and support services. Treatment methods are based on evidence, community integration and family empowerment.
Early autism servicesThey provide ABA therapy services to diverse communities around the world, their services include home and center-based ABA therapy, occupational, speech and language therapy, telehealth services, social skills groups, teens, and free apprenticeships. They have a highly qualified and certified staff.
SOARSOAR applies therapy for people with autism and other developmental disabilities. Each client receives a comprehensive evaluation and treatment plan provided by highly trained behavioral technicians and supervised by a highly qualified behavioral analyst.
Caravel Autism Health - BoiseThe clinics offer individual therapy and peer interaction in a welcoming, child-friendly environment designed especially for children on the autism spectrum. Caravel Autism Health's network of autism health professionals develop individualized autism treatment plans based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy.
Innovative Health Care’s Mental Health ServicesIHCC provides services for adults and children with a developmental disability. She works with mental health disorders offering psychosocial rehabilitation, and life skills training to children and adults. Also provides assisted living training to adults with a developmental disability residing in their own home. Additionally, it provides counseling services and diagnostic tests that meet the needs of children, adolescents, and young adults with neurological, developmental, psychiatric, or behavioral problems.
A New LeafThey are a Developmental Disabilities Agency (DDA) that provide services for adults and children with developmental disabilities and mental health needs. These services encompass behavioral intervention which is available for children with developmental disabilities who exhibit challenging behaviors, Habilitative supports which is developmental therapy provided by a qualified, trained and supervised therapist, and finally Residential Habilitation which is staffed by direct care staff who provides hourly and 24/7 services to people's homes.
Autism Mentoring Program. BYU Idaho The Autism Mentoring Program aims to help students on the autism spectrum achieve the college experience they want to have at Brigham Young University-Idaho. Student mentors are an accessible and trusted resource to help achieve this goal.
Access PointAccess Point is the only service provider in Idaho owned and operated by Behavior Analysts. They provide a variety of ABA services through Medicaid, insurance, and/or private payment options. Their services include Habilitative intervention, Habilitative supports, Family Empowerment Services, and Respite. Their specialties focus on ABA, family training, community work and assistance to children with autism and neurocognitive disorders.
Idaho Center on Disabilities and Human DevelopmentIdaho CDHD opera programas de subvenciones que brindan capacitación, servicios y asistencia para personas con discapacidades, familias, profesionales y comunidades locales en todo el estado. También lleva a cabo actividades de investigación y divulgación que profundizan el conocimiento en el campo y trabajan para crear entornos más inclusivos.
Accel TherapiesAccel Therapies provides therapy services and treatment programs to children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and a wide range of other needs. They specialize in Applied Behavior Analysis and other therapies. Each therapy is developed individually
Autism Diagnostic ClinicThe Autism Diagnostic Clinic provides comprehensive evaluation services to children with symptoms that may indicate the presence of an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Services include: diagnostic evaluations, treatment planning, referrals, ongoing consultations, and additional services.
Idaho SESTA Statewide Behavioral CoordinatorsThey provide evidence-based professional development to support students diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and low-incidence disabilities, these include students with moderate to severe intellectual disabilities, physical impairments, and multiple disabilities, those with blindness, deafness, deafblindness, and hearing impairments. significant health.
Journeys DDAJourneys Provides services where you need them, whether in one of our facilities, in the community, or in your home, based on the principles of independence, acceptance, and inclusion. They provide skills training by experienced and trained professionals. its services are divided into children's, adult, vocational, and consultative services.
Kids' WaiversIt is a compilation of information on Medicaid waivers, the Katie Beckett or TEFRA programs and other programs for children with disabilities or medical needs that seeks to simplify the processes as much as possible, with a complete list of waivers separated by state that provides additional information and links for each program.
New Focus AcademyNew Focus Academy helps students with autism gain autonomy and is one of the best boarding schools for autism. Students participate in educational, experiential, vocational, and social skills training to create positive change in their lives. Experienced therapists and coaches provide guidance and positive feedback to help students reach their specific goals.
Idaho State University The clinical services provided primarily reflect the specialty areas of faculty in the ISU Department of Psychology. Among its services we offer Evaluations of children and adults for ADHD, specific learning disorders and intellectual disabilities, Treatment for sleep and impulse control difficulties, Treatment for interpersonal/relationship problems, among others.
Sevita in IdahoIn Idaho, Sevita serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, people with complex care needs, people recovering from brain injury, children in foster care, adults and children with autism, and others who may need lifelong care. his life. through a continuum of support and medical care at home and in the community. its services include orphanage, behavioral health services, nursing care and day programs for the elderly, rehabilitation and medical services for people with brain injuries and other needs.
Community Connections, IncCommunity Connections, Inc. enables adults of all ages with developmental disabilities to live in their own homes and fully participate in community activities with 24-hour support and assistance. Provides Intensive Behavioral Intervention and Residential Habilitation/Assisted Living services. It has a Community Supported Employment program to address the needs of individuals who require employment support for a variety of reasons including physical and mental health needs. These services range from assessments, job placement and follow-up to on-site support. Also the innovative and professionally facilitated Adult Day Program provides adults of all ages with developmental disabilities exciting opportunities to socialize, learn and explore their community.
Access LivingThe access Living offer behavioral intervention and community based support services for children with Autism Spectrum Disroders, Down Syndrome, intellectual disibilities, genetic disorders and more. The services promote the independence, social skills, community sfety skill development and increased communication skills. The behavioral intervention is for children ages 3 - 21, community based supports is for children ages 3 - 18 and finally the respite care is available for suoervision to the children on an intermittent or short-term and in response to a family emergency or crisis.
College of Eastern IdahoThe mission of the Office of Disability Resources and Services is to promote and ensure equal access for all College of Eastern Idaho students, faculty, staff, and guests. The division is committed to supporting and preparing students for career technical, transfer to four-year institutions, programs, citizenship, and employment. This through quality instruction in social studies, arts and humanities, mathematics, science, and written and oral communication, along with electives that place students on a path to transfer or meaningful work.
College of Western IdahoCollege of Western Idaho provides resources to support individuals with disabilities by coordinating effective academic access support services and collaborating with students, faculty, staff, and the community to create diverse and inclusive learning environments
Disability Support ServicesNorth Idaho College Disability Support Services is committed to supporting students with disabilities in successfully accessing academic programs, services, and activities. DSS also works to build and support an accessible and knowledgeable academic community that upholds and upholds the dignity and well-being of all students.
Full Spectrum SupportsAt Full Spectrum Support, she has created a safe and supportive atmosphere where she can help you stand up for yourself, understand societal expectations, and feel more secure. In Individual Social Coaching, you'll learn how to feel more confident by gaining insight into things like social expectations, being yourself in social situations, and avoiding social traps.

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Disclaimer: The resources posted on Ability Life Solutions are meant solely as suggestions and should not be construed as child-specific advice. The Center For Autism and Related Disorders recommends working with a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) who has experience with autism before starting any intensive behavioral intervention. Any choices you make in determining your child’s treatment are completely at your own discretion.

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