For more than 25 years, Alan Kurtz has provided training and technical assistance to teachers, paraprofessionals, parents, and state and private agency staff on inclusive education, positive behavior supports, and person-centered planning to enhance the quality of life of individuals with autism and their families. In 2012, Alan was named the Area Coordinator of Autism and Education at the University of Maine’s Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies. He coordinates research and training activities across the state of Maine including federally funded projects on the transiti
On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, the Institute on Disability, in partnership with the MUB and the NH Challenge, will host a free screening of INTELLIGENT LIVES as a part of the Janet Krumm Disability & Media Lecture Series at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH. This free event is open to the public and UNH community to see Dan Habib’s latest award-winning film followed by a discussion with the filmmaker.
Driver inattention and distraction was the main contributing factor of work-related commercial motor vehicle crashes.
The New Hampshire Occupational Health Surveillance Program (NH OHSP) has issued a report indicating that long-term lead exposure continues to be a problem in New Hampshire businesses and industries.
Durham, NH – The United States Congress voted to designate March 27, 2019 as National Assistive Technology Day. Members of the Assistive Technology in New Hampshire (ATinNH) program will be in Washington, DC meeting with legislators to share the importance of Assistive Technology.
Kessler Foundation and University of New Hampshire release nTIDE Report – Monthly Update
- Eric Lauer, Megan Henley, and Deb Brucker wrote a paper for the Disability and Health Journal that compared the rates of prescription opioid use, misuse, use disorder, and receipt of prescription opioid treatment between people with and without disabilities. .