Our Real World Skill-Building Series is exclusive to transition-aged youth and their parents/caregivers. Each workshop is designed to encourage self-advocacy and self-determination in youth and teens. Our goal is for the youth and teens who participate to walk away feeling more comfortable advocating for their own needs.
Assistive technology device demonstrations, loans and reuse activities are being supplemented by the ATinNH program. Funding for assistive technology device demonstrations, loans and reuse are provided, in part, under grant 2001NHATSG02 from the Administration for Community Living (ACL) through Assistive Technology in New Hampshire (ATinNH). Learn more about ATinNH here.