Stepping Stones

Stepping StonesStepping Stones is a guidebook for people with disabilities, their families and the professionals who work with them. We collect stories from many sources including family members, people living with disabilities and advocates.

Stepping Stones is a specialty publication of Parenting NH sponsored by The NH Council on Developmental Disabilities and Crotched Mountain Foundation.

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Thank you to our Stepping Stones sponsors:

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More >> Support, Resources and News

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More >> Real Stories

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

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
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More >> Column: Learning Curve

Opioids, students and school nurses

Keeping Narcan in schools is necessary to help stem the tide of overdose deaths

The confidence game

Support and attention help students become self-assured

A student’s best friend

Sometimes a dog can be the best therapy for a child

Elizabeth Feingold recently retired from Kearsarge Regional School District, where she worked for over 30 years as a special education teacher and coordinator at the elementary, middle and high school levels. She is now a consultant and advocate. She can be reached at

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