In April, the NH Leadership Series will celebrate its 30th year. The New Hampshire Leadership Series has been a pivotal change experience for family members and adults with disabilities by providing state-of-the-art information and strategies to effect change on disability-related issues locally and across the state.
ABLE NH’s 7 chapters across NH are rejuvenated and hard at work! We warmly welcome you to find a chapter or call us for more information about how to get involved. Become a part of ABLE’s Army of Love to build fully inclusive communities where everyone has dignity, meaning and is appreciated for their gifts.
ABLE NH’s Manchester chapter is hosting a statewide training, open to all, seeking to sharpen their skills. "Recruitment 101" facilitated by Sister Cheryl Liske, Saturday, January 27, 2018 10:00am-2:00pm
Marlyn Curtin, Class of 1988
The class shared their thoughts about their experience in Leadership so far...
Leadership is liken to a magical thread that holds all the squares together of a warm quilt that you can wrap yourself in. Who would have known they were providing the squares of fabric too! Each square represents fellow colleagues who possess in their own right such quality experiences, passions, wealth of knowledge and are willing to go the extra mile to help the self-development of their fellow teammate! I’ll never be without a blanket again!
This year, three NH Leadership Series graduates became part of the NH-ME LEND 2018 Program. Their leadership skills will continue to grow and strengthen in their year in LEND. Congratulations to all of them on their acceptance into the program and for all they will continue to contribute to NH families and the disability community.
New Hampshire Leadership is marching toward the “1000 graduates” number, quite a celebratory milestone as we also prepare to celebrate our 30th Anniversary of the start of Leadership in 1988!
The New Hampshire Senior Leadership Series is now taking applications for the 2018 class.
DURHAM, N.H. – On Thursday, December 14, 2017, IOD Filmmaker Dan Habib and Former Concord High School Principal Gene Connolly received the "Virginia Bowden Advocacy Award" by the New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities (NHCDD).
Durham, NH – Despite the December’s lag in U.S.