Do you know a family member or colleague in your organization who is looking to expand their interprofessional leadership skills in the field of developmental disabilities?  We are currently accepting applications from family members, self-advocates, and professionals who are looking to sharpen their advocacy skills or find their place in the maternal and child health workforce. It is time to get the word out to people in the community: educators, social workers, healthcare workers, and related service professionals.

The 2022 cohort of the NH-ME LEND program will engage in 300 hours of training related to interprofessional, family-centered, and culturally competent systems of care for children and youth with developmental disabilities and their families.

Please help by sharing this with your community!  For more information about the program or an application please visit our website at  Competitive scholarships are available to qualified applicants with funding provided by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau.  Applicants must have earned a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree.