People with disabilities have the right to be free from abuse and neglect and from unnecessary restraint and seclusion.
We help with a range of accessibility and accommodation issues including access to buildings and programming, access to communication for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, and protections for individuals who have service animals.
We provide information, advice, and legal representation in several areas involving children’s education including special education, school discipline and the unlawful use of restraint and seclusion.
We help individuals identify and acquire technology necessary to help students access their curriculum, assist individuals who want to work become employable and successful in the job market, and help people with disabilities enjoy life and stay engaged with their communities.
People with disabilities have the right to competitive, integrated employment free from discrimination.
We work to end the overuse and abuse of substituted decision-making, including guardianship.
The law protects against discrimination in housing based on disability.
Medicaid is the largest source of federally-supported healthcare coverage for low-income families and children. The Medicaid program covers a broad scope of heathcare treatment and services.
Through this program, we help ensure certain social security beneficiaries are protected from financial exploitation and other abuses, and ensure that funds are being used appropriately and in the best interest of the beneficiary.
All Americans are entitled to exercise their right to vote. We work to educate NH residents with disabilities about voting rights and responsibilities.