Search Projects

Volunteer Opportunity: The Career Self-Management through Job Crafting Study at the University of New Hampshire is looking for volunteers to take part in a study to develop and test a program to help people to re-envision and refine aspects of their jobs. Learn More >
Age Levels:
Adult
Areas of Emphasis:
START is a research-based model of services and supports for individuals with an intellectual/developmental disability (IDD) ages six and older who also have a mental health (MH) diagnosis or behavioral health needs.
Age Levels:
Adult, Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle/High School, Older Adult
The Center on Aging and Community Living (CACL) is a collaboration between The Institute on Disability (IOD) and The Institute for Health Policy and Practice (IHPP) at The University of New Hampshire (UNH). These two institutes have been actively engaged in projects related to aging and long term care for many years.
Age Levels:
Older Adult
Areas of Emphasis:
The mission of the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Disability Statistics and Demographics (StatsRRTC) is to narrow and actively bridge the divide between the producers and end users of disability statistics, thereby supporting better data collection, more accurate information, better decision-making, more effective programs, and better lives for people with disabilities.
Age Levels:
All Ages
Areas of Emphasis:
The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Employment Policy and Measurement (EPM-RRTC) is (a) investigating the impact of federal and state policies and programs on employment, paying particular attention to the effects of program interactions, (b) examining new ways of measuring employment outcomes, and (c) facilitating the translation of research findings to guide policymaking and program administration.
Age Levels:
Adult
Areas of Emphasis:
The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines food insecurity as the inability to access the food necessary to live a healthy, active life. Understanding the scope of food insecurity experienced within New Hampshire is important for informing the provision of nutrition assistance services throughout the state.
Age Levels:
Adult, All Ages
Areas of Emphasis:
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) - assisted adults with disabilities reside within all types of housing assistance yet do not always receive targeted assistance nor supports. By identifying gaps in quality of life, employment patterns and health disparities, this research grant will highlight areas that policymakers need to address.
Age Levels:
Adult
Areas of Emphasis:
The Inclusive Communities Project at the Institute on Disability (IOD) leverages the IOD’s expertise and the power of documentary film to promote greater acceptance and inclusion of children and adults with disabilities in schools and communities through curriculum, training,
Age Levels:
Adult, Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle/High School
The perception of intelligence is a powerful force in the systematic segregation, maltreatment, and unfulfilled potential of hundreds of millions of individuals with disabilities in the U.S. and worldwide. The documentary film project Intelligent Lives (working title) explores how the segregation of people with intellectual disabilities became the norm, why this segregation is slowly being dismantled, and how some people with intellectual disabilities are blazing a bold new path.
Age Levels:
All Ages
Areas of Emphasis:
Lecture Description The Janet Krumm Disability & Media Lecture Series is an annual public lecture series which recognizes the power of information and the contributions of individuals who have used the media, written and visual, to create an understanding of the experience of disability, as well as the community's collective responsibility to embrace diversity.
Age Levels:
All Ages
Areas of Emphasis:
Many employers fully engage people with disabilities in their workforces--hiring, retaining, and advancing their employees with disabilities.
Age Levels:
Adult
Areas of Emphasis:
The Living Well grant focuses on expanding the capacity of Home and Community-Based Systems and to enhance community monitoring in order to prevent abuse, neglect, and exploitation. This framework will support the state partners in enhancing and assuring the independence, integration, health, safety, and well-being of individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities living in the community by improving the quality of the services and supports provided by disability service providers.
Age Levels:
All Ages
Areas of Emphasis:
The Latest in Disability, Research, Advocacy, Policy, and Practice The RAP Sheet is a semi-annual eNewsletter presenting the latest in disability research, advocacy, policy, and practice. The RAP Sheet is a collaborative newsletter of the New Hampshire Disabilities Rights Center, the Institute on Disability and the New Hampshire Developmental Disabilities Council.
Age Levels:
All Ages
Areas of Emphasis:
New Hampshire Wraparound: Intensive Care Coordination Providing Hope for NH Youth with Emotional or Behavioral Challenges and Their Families
Age Levels:
Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle/High School
The New Hampshire Leadership Series has been supporting and challenging NH self-advocates and family members to further develop, strengthen and utilize their leadership skills since 1988. With 1000 graduates, we are a state that is strong on leadership and advocacy that is initiated and driven by our leadership graduates.
Age Levels:
All Ages
Areas of Emphasis:
This project will identify mid-life predictors of living in a food insecure household at age 60 and older, explore whether living in a food insecure household in mid-life is associated with reduced odds of well-being or healthy aging among persons age 60 and older, and, examine changes in the odds of living in a food insecure household among adults as they transition onto Social Security retirement benefits.
Age Levels:
Older Adult
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.
Age Levels:
Adult, Middle/High School