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Voting Rights and the 2020 Elections

The 2020 presidential primary season is in full swing here in New Hampshire and we are talking with the candidates about disability, inclusion, and accessibility. Check out our Disability Unscripted video series as well as candidate responses to the 2020 Presidential Primary Candidate Survey on Disability.


Fall 2019 RAP Sheet: Big Dreams for Little Ones – Birth to Three

Front page of RAP Sheet

 

From the moment of diagnosis, parents of children with disabilities enter a new world of services and supports.  In the Fall 2019 issue of the RAP Sheet, we explore the experience of disability for these young children and their families, from diagnosis to age 3, a critical period for learning, growing, and opportunity that will impact long-term health and ability.

 


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Fighting Against Housing Discrimination

We stepped in when a landlord refused to rent to Kathleen because she has a disability and might require accommodations in the future. Kathleen and her son were able to happily settle in to their new place. 
Read More: Fighting Against Housing Discrimination

“Knowing I could reach out and speak to a knowledgeable professional literally gave me the strength to get through this latest challenge.”

-Previous DRC-NH Client


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