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My child qualifies as special needs – now what?

When developing an education plan, you don’t have to get lost in the acronyms

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.

For children with complex communication needs, being heard is important – and possible

Communication is not just saying something, it’s about being heard — a powerful statement from Frances Hesselbein, leadership authority and former CEO of Girl Scouts of the USA.

College is not out of the question for students with disabilities

Programs, like the one at NHTI, help students with disabilities pursue higher education

Looking for a job?

Vocational Rehabilitation services can help you become employed

When does a school have to ‘make up’ missed services?

Do you need to write a letter to your child’s school? Start here!

An advocate’s timeline

Here’s a roadmap for parents of a child with a disability.

How to find a summer camp for your child with special needs

My child with a disability is an adult -- now what?

What you should know about your legal options to care for an adult child with disabilities

Adult ADHD: then and now

The study of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in adults has come a long way in 15 years

Speaking to people with disabilities

Support from other parents is a key component to getting the services and support you need

When your child is diagnosed with a disability, it helps to know that you are not alone.

Keys to Accessing Postsecondary Education: Community College System of New Hampshire

Tips for special needs students interested in college

Advice for being successful in college
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