Community Living & Employment

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The IOD’s Community Living priority area has been established as a trusted university-based resource for research, evaluation, and technical assistance for the improvement of knowledge, policies, and practices to guide New Hampshire citizens and policy makers. The Center enhances the IOD’s mission to strengthen communities to assure full access, equal opportunities and full participation for adults with disabilities and those who are aging into and with disabilities.

The Community Living priority area encompasses a broad range of IOD work related to adults; including transition to adult life, employment, housing, transportation, person-centered planning, family leadership, aging, caregivers, assistive technology, and systems change. Priority area staff offer a broad range of expertise to include research and evaluation, model program development, public policy, project management, grant writing, and training and technical assistance. The Center offers well-researched and practical assistance to community and state agency staff; older adults, families and advocates; and policy makers to support thoughtful program and public policy design.

Projects

The IOD runs an ever-changing list of grants and projects related to adults and long-term care including employment, housing, transportation, person-centered planning, aging, and direct care.

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Publications

Explore recent publications related to adults with disabilities and those aging into disabilities.

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Resources

Learn more about organizations and resources in the community that are working to improve the lives of people with disabilities and those aging into disabilities.

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Upcoming Events

Aug
06

nTIDE Lunch & Learn Monthly Webinar

National Trends in Disability Employment (or nTIDE) Lunch & Learn series
Aug
20

nTIDE COVID-19 Updates

National Trends in Disability Employment (or nTIDE) monthly COVID Updates
Sep
03

nTIDE Lunch & Learn Monthly Webinar

National Trends in Disability Employment (or nTIDE) Lunch & Learn series
Sep
14

Meaningful Transitions: Setting Higher Standards

Join our panel as we explore how students with disabilities can work to actively plan for their futures and ensure that they leave high school with the necessary skills and experiences to make a successful transition into adulthood.
Sep
17

nTIDE COVID-19 Updates

National Trends in Disability Employment (or nTIDE) monthly COVID Updates

Featured Resource: NH WIRC

The NH Work Incentives Resource Center (WIRC) is New Hampshire's Online Destination for Information about Benefits Planning and Work Incentives for Individuals with Disabilities

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