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Idaho Partners in Policymaking is an innovative leadership development program for adults with developmental disabilities and parents of children with disabilities.

Partners receive information, training, resources, and skill building so they may have the best possible life experiences for themselves and for their children.

Partners in Policymaking was created in 1986 by Colleen Wieck, Executive Director of the Minnesota Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities.

The program was developed specifically to teach people with disabilities and families of young children with disabilities to: Prior to our final session of Partners in Policymaking, Partners worked in groups of three to conduct phone interviews with key leaders who work for either state agencies provide services for people with disabilities or statewide advocacy organizations.

Information from each of the interviews was compiled and given to each Partner.