CONCORD, N.H. – For the second consecutive year, the Northeast Delta Dental Foundation is supporting the Institute on Disability (IOD) at the University of New Hampshire’s NH Leadership Series. The $7,500 grant will help improve oral health outcomes and oral health care access for individuals with disabilities through education, leadership and advocacy training, and building networks of support.
Kessler Foundation and University of New Hampshire nTIDE Report featuring National Disability Institute’s work on the end goal of disability employment — financial stability and independence for people with disabilities
Kessler Foundation and University of New Hampshire release nTIDE Report – Monthly Update
Welcome to the 2019-2020 cohort of 22 trainees, 16 from New Hampshire and 6 from Maine who began the LEND year on August 30. Consistent with the program’s goal of recruiting trainees from diverse backgrounds, we welcome self-advocates, family members, graduate students, and professionals representing a wide variety of professional fields including early intervention, education, family medicine, nursing, communication sciences and disorders, occupational therapy, journalism, humanities, human services, mental health, social work, public policy, and political science.
Happy summer everyone!
Every year the NH Leadership Series brings together powerful leaders to act as mentors for our participants. These valuable mentors are what we call “Group Leaders”. A Group Leader embodies what a true leader sets out to do.... go forth and to support others to be their best selves to create positive change. Amongst our powerful leaders we also have “Mentees” who are essentially Group Leaders in training. We are so proud to introduce our Group Leaders and Mentees for the 2020 NH Leadership Class and asked a few questions so that you could get to know a little more about them.