Iowans with Disabilities in Action

Take Action

You have the opportunity to take action in your community. Here are a few action steps to get you started. Click on each to get more information.

Join ID Action  

By joining ID Action you will have access to the latest information and resources to help you take action in your community and state. You will be subscribed to our e-publications to keep you informed and updated on what’s happening with ID Action, the Iowa Legislature and opportunities to get involved.

Advocate for Change  

Check out the infoNET website to stay informed on what is happening in the Iowa State Legislature. InfoNet is a great resource where you will find tools and resources to help you stand up and take action.

Build a Coalition  

Building a coalition is an effective way to influence legislation or public policy because coalitions provide additional credibility and political weight of like-minded people or organizations, assuring broader reach and attention.  

Run for Office

Are you interested in running for an elected office? Find all the requirements and information you need to get started.

Volunteer  

Opportunities to be involved through volunteering are virtually endless. Find something that you are passionate about and start there. By Volunteering you will meet new people, build your skills and increase your confidence along with help other and your communty.

Vote

Check out the Iowa Disability Vote Coaltion page and find candidate and party information, voting resources and election information.

2017 ID Action Lifetime Achievement Awards
05.26.17
Cherie Clark and Becky Harker selected for the 2017 ID Action Lifetime Achievement Award Des Moines, IA – Iowans with Disabilities in Action... Read More...
Mark Schneider Joins Iowa Developmental Disabilities Council Leadership Position
11.09.16
DES MOINES, Iowa, (September 20, 2016) – Iowa Governor Terry Branstad recently announced new appointments to the Iowa Developmental Disabilities... Read More...
Jason Goulden Joins Iowa Developmental Disabilities Council Leadership Position
11.09.16
DES MOINES, Iowa, (September 20, 2016) – Iowa Governor Terry Branstad recently announced new appointments to the Iowa Developmental Disabilities... Read More...
Hugh Kelly Joins Iowa Developmental Disabilities Council Leadership Position
11.09.16
DES MOINES, Iowa, (September 20, 2016) – Iowa Governor Terry Branstad recently announced new appointments to the Iowa Developmental Disabilities... Read More...


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