New Hampshire

List of State Resources - New Hampshire

Autism SpeaksAutism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout life, to the needs of people with autism and their families.
Disability rights centerThey serve adults and children with developmental disabilities who have disability-related legal problems. They are committed to ensuring access to appropriate services for people with developmental disabilities. DRC-NH provides legal advice and representation for people with disabilities.
Lakes region servicesLakes Region Community Services is an essential community partner supporting individuals and families living with developmental disabilities or acquired brain disorders and providing family support throughout the community to improve quality of life from birth to the end of life. The agency's Home Assist program provides essential services to the area's aging population and those with chronic illnesses.
Council on autismThe New Hampshire Council on Autism Spectrum Disorders seeks to provide coordinated leadership to address the health care, education, and service needs of individuals with autism or a related disability.
GatewayGateways Community Services believes that all people are of great value and strives to be innovative in providing the quality supports necessary for people to lead meaningful lives in their community. Gateways Autism Center is a program based on the principles of ABA that provides a combination of center and home programming as well as social skills for people with autism.
Birchtree centerThe Birchtree Center is dedicated to helping children and youth with autism grow and prosper in their homes, families, and communities. They work directly with students and their families, caregivers, and educators to help students with autism develop the social, communication, academic, behavioral, and life skills necessary for a full and productive adult life.
Institute of disabilitiesThe Institute on Disability was established to provide a university approach to enhancing the life-related knowledge, policies and practices of people with disabilities and their families and is the New Hampshire University Center for Excellence in Disability (UCED). Located within the University of New Hampshire, the IOD is a federally designated center authorized by the Developmental Disabilities Act. Through innovative and interdisciplinary research, academic, service and outreach initiatives, the IOD develops local, state and national capacities to respond to the needs of people with disabilities and their families.
Family voicesNew Hampshire Family Voices is part of a network of families and friends of children and youth with special health care / disability needs across the country. They work to help parents and professionals navigate the systems of care that provide services, participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of the program, sharing the experience of families in the formation of policies that affect their children.
Parent information centerPIC provides a host of services designed to help parents understand their children's special needs and the laws. They govern the early intervention process (called NH Family Center Early Support and Services) and the special education process. PIC is a pioneer in creating family, school, and community partnerships that help parents of all children participate in their children's learning and development. It also offers additional support through workshops and resources and referrals.
Autism bridgesAutism Bridges is an autism therapy clinic, specializing in intensive 1: 1 (one to one) therapy, based on the science of ABA. Their therapy equipment and programs are based on your child's specific needs. Their teaching methods are based on behavioral science and are quantifiable and measurable.
ConstellationsAt Constellations Behavioral Services, everything they do is based on ABA. They help families and children with autism and developmental delays reach their full potential by affecting positive behavior changes that allow them to communicate, develop, and become more self-reliant. Using ABA, they can formulate evidence-based, empirically-tested behavior plans and assessments that are specifically tailored to meet the individual needs of each student.
Moore centerThe Moore Center identifies unique needs and creates individualized programs to improve the quality of life for that person and for the community as a whole. Serve people with intellectual, developmental, and personal challenges by creating opportunities for a good life.
Autism Spectrum RegistryThe purpose of this registry is to improve the current knowledge and understanding of ASD and to enable comprehensive and comprehensive epidemiological studies of the disorder. The collected data can then be analyzed to facilitate service planning for children and adults with ASD and their families.
Monadnock developmental servicesIt is a non-profit organization in Keene that provides assistance to people with developmental disabilities, children with chronic health conditions, adults with an acquired brain disorder, and seniors who need non-medical assistance in their homes.
EastersealsProvides exceptional services, education, outreach and advocacy so that people living with autism and other disabilities can live, learn, work and play.
The New England Center for childrenThey provide comprehensive services for children with autism through day and residential programs, partner classrooms in public school systems, consulting services, and autism curriculum software for teachers.
New Hampshire - Applied ABCApplied ABC provides ABA and autism therapy services for individuals with autism. Applied Behavioral Counseling provides behavioral therapy in the home. The organization offers evaluations, treatment plan, behavior analyst, parenting trainings and much more.
InBloom Autism ServicesWorking in 8 states around the country, Inbloom offers ABA therapy services, in-depth services, diagnostic evaluations, speech and language therapy, and finally occupational therapy. It also has resources for parents such as private insurance, health insurance, grants and scholarships, among others.

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Disclaimer: The resources posted on Ability Life Solutions are meant solely as suggestions and should not be construed as child-specific advice. The Center For Autism and Related Disorders recommends working with a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) who has experience with autism before starting any intensive behavioral intervention. Any choices you make in determining your child’s treatment are completely at your own discretion.

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