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Self-advocacy: A journey of courage

We all have courage and conviction and the ability to be great leaders.

Join ABLE NH and join the movement

Taking the next steps to create positive change for people with disabilities and their families

Food and fun with a little help from his friends

A brain injury doesn’t keep Brandon Smith from working toward a career

Collaboration leads to change

In a short time, the Self-Advocacy Leadership team has made its mark in NH

Honoring Forrest's voice

Young business owner Forrest Beaudoin-Friede advocates and creates

Finding more than just a camp for my child with special needs

Adam’s Camp provides therapy (and fun!) for children with special needs, and supports their families, too

Nathan Brown and the Airfield Cafe found the perfect job match

NH adults with disabilities have support to help find jobs that suit them and their employers

Chris Waddel is reaching new heights

Summiting Mount Kilimanjaro is an extraordinary feat. Doing it without the use of legs is unheard of.

Tim Houle: Learning to be a leader

New Hampshire programs are leading the way for those needing support and services

Making a connection

How to help your child with autism spectrum disorder cultivate friendships

The dream team from Dream Catchers New Hampshire

Two teens inspire the founding of a statewide organization

Gaining employment skills

School-to-work program helps teen with autism build skills and confidence

From sister to son

Lori Noordergraaf passes what she learned from her sister along to her son

Parenting from a wheelchair

Maureen Cummings shares her success and challenges on raising two daughters while in a wheelchair

Transitioning from school to work

A Project SEARCH graduate finds his place at Portsmouth Regional Hospital
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