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Don't make the journey alone: How to get the services and supports you need
New Hampshire is a leader in community-based services for people with disabilities.
From the New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities
Self-advocacy: A journey of courage
We all have courage and conviction and the ability to be great leaders.
By John Fenley
Join ABLE NH and join the movement
Taking the next steps to create positive change for people with disabilities and their families
By Beth Dixon, board president, ABLE NH
Food and fun with a little help from his friends
A brain injury doesn’t keep Brandon Smith from working toward a career
By Mikayla Collins
Collaboration leads to change
In a short time, the Self-Advocacy Leadership team has made its mark in NH
By Kathy Bates
Honoring Forrest's voice
Young business owner Forrest Beaudoin-Friede advocates and creates
by Bill Burke, photos by Kendal J. Bush
13th Annual Portsmouth Fairy House Tour will feature more than 200 tiny houses
Annual charity event brings magic to Portsmouth’s South End
From accident to advocate
After a freak accident in gym class at age 13 changed her life, Brooke Mills of Concord made it her goal to educate people about concussions. She speaks often at local schools about her journey.
By Pamme Boutselis
Making a back-to-school fiesta in the kitchen
Recipes include: Zucchini Tacos with Pico de Gallo and Chipotle Chicken Tacos
Text and Photos By Susan Nye
Easy recipes to give the brown bag lunch a face lift
Great ways to make lunch healthier and more exciting for your kids
By Michelle Lahey
Welcome to the New Hampshire melting pot
How school districts are integrating new American students into the classroom and encouraging tolerance
By Melanie Plenda
Push and pull
How to deal with your teen when times get tough
By Auryon Torrey
Searching for direction
Senior year presents unique and sometimes overwhelming challenges for teens
By Maddy Buffett
Embrace your inner artist and help fight the opioid crisis
Experience paint, chalk, graffiti, horns, drums and all forms of music and dance from the east side to the west.
Hate is not just a phase
The signs that a tragedy is imminent may be staring us in the face, but we don’t always pay enough attention or take them seriously.
By Editor Melanie Hitchcock
For some kids, the learning doesn’t stop
Parents should ask to review the impact of ESY services on their child
By Elizabeth Feingold
Me? Overprotective? Nah.
Pay no attention to the bubble I’ve placed my daughter in for safekeeping
By Bill Burke
Small bites, big benefits
Snacks are a great way to help your child meet their nutritional needs
By Amer Al-Nimr, MD with Kathryn M. Stephenson, fourth-year medical student at Geisel
How to manage the stress and emotions of senior year and applying to college
Senior year is a time of intense anxiety and loss, surrounding an inevitable next step for many youth — college.
By Tracey Tucker
Finance 101 for tweens and teens
Financial literacy is an important tool for teens who are preparing to enter adulthood or who are heading off to college for the first time. This education should begin early, according to experts.
A new take on the fidget spinner
The Mozi combines the nostalgia of the Slinky with a modern-day spinner because it can do both.
A flippin’ awesome game
Think you have the skills to be the bottle flip champion?
Check out Marcus & Marcus for your hungry young traveler
These insulated lunch back packs keeps meals, snacks and drinks cool and protected
STEM-inspired robot teaches girls to code
SmartGurlz look just like the dolls she already loves, but these robots use story-based missions, adventures, games and books to stimulate her imagination.
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