Vision & Voice

A quarterly news and event publication of the UNH Institute on Disability.  

Remote work opened some doors to workers with disabilities. But others remain shut
Dr. Andrew Houtenville and the Institute on Disability featured in NPR article on the effects of Long COVID and requests for workplace accommodations.... Learn More
In the United States, the disability community is 61 million people strong. Disability cuts across gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, and age... Learn More
Institute on Disability receives $3M grant from U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
UNH received a $3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to continue its support of the one in eight New Hampshire reside... Learn More
On May 24, the Building Futures Together program held a recognition ceremony on campus for its trainees. Learn More
The new cohort of students will be taking classes in various colleges, participating in student life activities, and accessing the many benefits and o... Learn More
At the NH Leadership Series Spring Awards Night held at UNH Manchester on June 7, many Leadership alumni, family, friends, and IOD staff were present ... Learn More
To celebrate their 30th anniversary, NH-ME LEND has created a video featuring reflections on LEND’s impact. Learn More
On September 17, individuals devoted to creating solutions for people who experience disabilities will participate in IOD’s annual "Assistive Technolo... Learn More
For me, this is the definition of service and is what motivates me in all I do and gives great meaning to my life’s work. Learn More
Institute on Disability (IOD) is proud to announce the promotion of Joan B. Beasley, PhD, to Research Professor at the University of New Hampshire. Learn More