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Guardianship is Not the Only Option: Two Upcoming Trainings on Supported Decision-Making

Join Disability Rights Center – NH and Attorney Kerri Tasker for a one hour Zoom discussion about supported decision-making (SDM), guardianship, and other alternatives to guardianship and how these can inhibit or promote the voices of people with disabilities. FREE and open to all. Registration required.


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.

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Diane, who has orthopedic impairments which limit her mobility, was unable to carry her laundry from her third-floor apartment to the laundry room in the basement of her building without severe back pain.
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