Caitlyn Fulton

UNH-4U Program Support & AT Administrative Program Specialist

Education

Education: (2014) B.A., University of New Hampshire, Economics

Professional Background

Caitlyn Fulton graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in economics in 2014 and is a proud alumna of the NH Leadership Series class of 2020.  Born with arthrogryposis multiplex congenita, she was a strong self-advocate while at UNH, founding UNH Access4All, a club for her fellow students with disabilities and allies on campus. Her experience as a paraprofessional in a local school district sparked a passion for increased advocacy in the field of special education. Caitlyn is currently an AT Administrative Program Specialist with Assistive Technology in NH and also works with the UNH-4U Program, both at the UNH Institute on Disability.

Projects

The Institute on Disability is the lead agency for New Hampshire’s statewide Assistive Technology Act Program: Assistive Technology in New Hampshire, or ATinNH. The program has two major activity areas: Training, Education and Outreach: AT Trainings, Classes, and Workshops and AT Policy  Assistive Technology Services: Equipment Demonstrations, Loans and Refurbishing/Reuse
The UNH-Institute on Disability (IOD), in partnership with numerous UNH academic and administrative partners is working to provide inclusive higher education opportunities to young adults with intellectual disabilities (ID).  Planning efforts are well underway on the Durham campus to provide a 2- year day and/or residential Community Transition Program (CTP). A CTP Program is a federally recognized program at a higher education institution that offers inclusive education for individuals with ID that leads to credential attainment.

Caitlyn Fulton
UNH Institute on Disability
10 West Edge Drive
Durham, NH 03824