NH-ME LEND

NH-ME LEND

The mission of NH-ME LEND is to prepare leaders to enter the field of maternal and child health in order to improve the lives of children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families, with particular attention to the needs of children with ASD. NH-ME LEND aims to increase the numbers of leaders in the MCH workforce, increase the leadership capacity of the workforce, and address health disparities in our region through high quality interdisciplinary training.

 

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Leadership, Faculty & Staff

Meet the Leadership, Faculty & Staff affiliated with LEND.

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Curriculum

NH-ME LEND activities are organized into three core areas.

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NH-ME LEND Spotlight

This spring, in preparation for the Disability Policy Seminar (DPS) in Washington, DC, trainees engaged in a six-week policy module where they were im... Learn More
For the first time in two years, NH-ME LEND faculty, trainees, and community partners celebrated together at the University of New Hampshire on May 6,... Learn More
NH-ME LEND celebrated their 30th anniversary by creating a video that features LEND trainees, alums, and staff reflecting on what LEND means to them a... Learn More

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UMaine Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Services

The NH-ME LEND Program is supported by a grant (#T73MC33246) from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and administered by the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD).