The paths our children follow after high school are unique and families need a variety of questions answered about next steps. These resources were assembled to provide you with information regarding adult services for your child, to answer questions about the educational rights of disabled college students and to connect you with other parent resources in the state.
Resources for Parents
New Hampshire Probate Court
New Hampshire Department of Health and Human services Division of Family Assistance
Programs for disabled children and adults:
Community Council of Nashua, N.H.
Mental Health resources
Family Resource Connection
FRC has an Online Lending Library with over 5000 titles relating to current issues of concern to families with children:
Gateways Community Services :
Gateways Community Services is a private non-profit corporation created in 1981 to establish and maintain programs and services which promote growth and independence for individuals with developmental disabilities.
For Information about special education law and advocacy for children.
Parent Information Center
Information, training and support for the families of disabled children in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Connections
The Mission of NH Connections is to strengthen and expand family-school-community partnerships to improve educational outcomes for all children while meeting the unique needs of children and youth with disabilities and to facilitate access to supports and services statewide.
U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights
“Students With Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities.”
LinkAbilities is a nonprofit resource that promotes
public and private partnerships to address workforce challenges for employers
and people with disabilities in the Greater Nashua community. LinkAbilities
expands the work force by making connections between employers, job seekers with
disabilities, and support services. http://linkabilities.org