nTIDE April 2018 Jobs Report: Tight Labor Market Spurs Unprecedented Job Gains for Americans with Disabilities

Durham, NH – Americans with disabilities added another month of job gains, according to today’s National Trends in Disability Employment – Monthly Update (nTIDE), issued by Kessler Foundation and the University of New Hampshire’s Institute on Disability (UNH-IOD).

Just Released – Responsive Practice: Providing Health Care & Screenings to Individuals with Disabilities

The New Hampshire Disability and Public Health (DPH) project’s Responsive Practice training is now available online, on-demand, and is free for a limited time.  Responsive Practice enhances health care providers’ ability to deliver disability-competent care that is accessible to people with intellectual, mobility, and other disabilities.

Ann Donoghue Dillon

Ann Donoghue Dillon has been affiliated with the NH-ME LEND program in different capacities since the program began in 1992.  She has served as a clinic and family coordinator, behavior support specialist, and most recently, as the Core Family Faculty member. She also coordinates off-site clinical placements for the NH-ME LEND program, maintaining strong collaborative partnerships with our NH community partners.

Susan Russell

Susan Russell has been affiliated with the NH-ME LEND program since 2011, first as a LEND trainee in Disability Studies from 2011-2012 and then in her current role as the Maine Interdisciplinary Training Coordinator.