Vision & Voice

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

Over Veterans Day Weekend, many of the IOD’s faculty and staff made the trip down to Washington, DC for the 2018 AUCD Conference. The IOD is a memb... Learn More
The Institute on Disability (IOD) at the University of New Hampshire has been awarded a five-year, $4.3 million grant from the U.S. Administration on ... Learn More
On Saturday, September 29, 2018, individuals devoted to creating solutions for individuals who experience disabilities participated in the first natio... Learn More
On Wednesday, September 26, 2018, Dan Habib shared a clip from INTELLIGENT LIVES, his newest film, at the congressional briefing, “Successes of Youth ... Learn More
The Center for START Services celebrated its 30th Anniversary earlier this year. The IOD’s Center for START Services is the national headquarters f... Learn More
The NH Disability and Public Health Project released the 2018 New Hampshire Disability & Public Health Infographic. Dr. Debra Brucker and Dr. M... Learn More
The Institute on Disability is playing a key role in fighting the opioid crisis in New Hampshire through a 4-year contract from the NH Department of ... Learn More
Over the past few months, Kathy Bates, who writes the IOD’s blog, From Where I Sit, has been writing about a complicated topic – Guardianship. Her 4-p... Learn More
People with disabilities are 12.3% of the NH population or about 1 in 8 people in NH have a disability. Up-to-date statistics are essential to poli... Learn More
More than 35,000 residents living in New Hampshire have an intellectual disability (ID). Youth and young adults with ID are significantly more likely ... Learn More