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Special Education Eligibility Extended to Age 22

Time-sensitive information for students who left school without earning a regular diploma but are not yet 22: If you want to return to school and receive school-based supports and services until your 22nd birthday, you can. Contact your school immediately to re-enroll and request an IEP team meeting as soon as possible to plan services for this summer and/or upcoming school year.

Yes, we are open!

DRC-NH continues to provide legal services to people with disabilities across the state during the COVID-19 outbreak. Our office is open 8:00am – 4:30pm Monday through Thursday and 8:00am – 4:00pm on Friday. Office visitors should ring the doorbell to be let in. Masks are required.

You can also call us at (603) 228-0432 or email us anytime at mail@drcnh.org to schedule an appointment to speak to an attorney.

Get more information at drcnh.org/covid-19.

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A Long Fought For Homecoming

After over twenty years living in an institution, we helped Toni access the supports she needed to live at home in her community.
Read More: A Long Fought For Homecoming

“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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