Courageous Kids Climbing

Courageous Kids Climbing is a group of rock climbers based in central Idaho, who volunteer to take children with special needs (developmental and physical) and teach them how to rock climb in area climbing gyms. There is no charge for what we do and we do not collect money. Everything we do is FREE! 

For information on this organization please see their Facebook page at

Telecommunications Equipment Distribution program
There is no time like the present where the need for Distance and Virtual Communication is a vital and necessary addition to the health, safety and quality of life for so many people.  The TED program can help those who are deaf, hard of hearing, live without speech or have a speech impairment receive equipment and training in order to connect with people/business/medical offices outside of their home.  iPhones, iPADS, Amplified Phones, Captel/TTY relay phones, and Adapted Landline phones (including infrared for use with some SGDs) are examples of what is available.  Training is provided virtually or in the home.  Training is always free and equipment is often free as determined by sliding scale.

TED is run out of the Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, DSHS. TED can help put adaptive telephones or iDevices with telecommunication and speech apps into the hands of your clients who are are unable to use a standard telephone due to their hearing/speech qualifier. 

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