ATECH Services is a non-profit statewide organization, whose mission is to maximize abilities at home, school, work or play, for individuals affected by disabilities, or the aging process, through the provision of assistive technology, education, or community health services. Since 1991 ATECH Services has assisted over 20,000 New Hampshire residents affected by disabilities or the aging process in achieving their goals at home, school, work, or play, through the provision of assitive technology.
The Belknap ServiceLink Resource Center offers a variety of AT devices for loan and demonstration, focusing particularly on older residents' needs.
ServiceLink of Grafton Countyis one of the ten Aging and Disability Resource Centers located across the state and may be reached toll free at 1-866-634-9412.
Northeast Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services operates a Listening Devices Loan Program.
The mission of the Northeast Passage is to create an environment where individuals with disabilities can enjoy recreation with the same freedom of choice, quality of life, and independence as their non-disabled peers. Northeast Passage offers demonstrations and rental of a tremendous variety of adaptive sports and recreation equipment.
Strafford Learning Center is focused on assisting its member school districts meet the needs of their students as individual learners. The Assistive Technology Team currently provides support to the Barrington, Farmington, Middleton, Milton, Northwood, Nottingham, Oyster River, Rochester, Rollinsford, Somersworth, Strafford, and Wakefield School Districts. The Assisitive Technology Team has three major functions:
- Equipment Loan
- Training and Professiona Development
The Center is open 12 months a year, 9 am to 4 pm Monday through Friday, closed on Federal Holidays. COA serves the residents in Andover, Danbury, Grantham, Newbury, New London, Springfield, Sunapee, Sutton and Wilmot. In addition to over 27 seasonal programs and services offered in house, COA partners with area organizations for the use of larger and more open halls. We have a volunteer force of over 200 dedicated individuals and a membership of over 2400 people. Volunteers contribute more than 8,000 hours of services annually. The transportation program's volunteer driver corps drove over 60,000 miles in 2006, providing rides from important health and wellness visits, to picking up the week's groceries.
A.T. for Education provides Assistive Technology & Accessibility Services for Students & Adults to access Education and Employment. (We also provide AT Assessments & Services for Adults, Seniors, and Veterans to Access Home, Community, ADL’s/Independent Living and the Workplace via Access4Employment).