Resources From NH Council on Developmental Disabilities

Spring 2020 Disability RAPP: The Intersection of Disability and Sexuality

Resources From NH Council on Developmental DisabilitiesDD Council Logo

The Council is dedicated to dignity, full rights of citizenship, cultural diversity, equal opportunity, and full participation for all NH citizens with developmental disabilities.

Make a Difference and Participate in Developing our Next State Plan

Every five years the Council develops a state plan to establish specific goals and objectives to address needs of people with developmental disabilities.

We need you to tell us what is important!

Filling out this survey will help us identify areas the DD Council can focus on to reduce barriers and create opportunities for people with developmental disabilities living in New Hampshire.


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Look for The Hospitality Suite at the Annual Family Support Conference

The NHCDD will once again be opening its Hospitality Suite in Room 119 at the beautiful Mt. Washington Hotel.

Whether you want to play a game, watch a movie, or just have a quiet space to relax and recharge, the Hospitality Suite will be open to all Family Support Conference attendees. Snacks and drinks will be available.

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Youth Beatz with Mr Rich Performers
Mr. Rich and the Youth Beatz performing at the
Family Support Conference as part of the Youth Conference activities.


The Mt. Washington Omni Hotel, site of the annual Family Support Conference.

Spring 2020 Disability RAPP: The Intersection of Disability and Sexuality


Welcome to the newly renamed and redesigned Disability RAPP. The themes explored in each issue, like this issues’ focus on the intersection of disability and sexuality, inform us and empower us to break barriers and challenge traditional ideas of what it means to live with a disability. We updated the Disability RAPP design to be more accessible in both its print and digital formats.

Certain content contains sensitive material which may not be appropriate for all readers.

DRC-NH, in collaboration with the UNH Institute on Disability and the New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities, distribute a quarterly RAP sheet to educate community members and policy makers about the latest research, policy, practice, and advocacy issues affecting individuals with disabilities and their families.


Latest RAP Sheet