Our guest is Carolyn Virtue, owner of Heritage Case Management Transitions Program, a community provider that works to ensure successful transitions to the community from nursing facilities. Ms. Virtue discusses some of the issues that have lessened the success of the federally funded programs to offer community options for people living in nursing facilities who would like to return to community living.
This video includes general information about voting rights as well as New Hampshire’s new voter registration law for transition-aged students.
A play written and directed by our “504 in the 603” student, Zoey Piccolo, which follows a high school student’s journey advocating and eventually receiving a 504 plan for anxiety.
Learn about your voting rights and the importance of the disability vote.
Personas con discapacidad tienen derecho a acceder a la vacuna del COVID-19. En la mayoría de los casos si desea recibir la vacuna, usted puede hacerlo. Nadie puede evitar que usted obtenga la vacuna solo porque tiene una discapacidad o porque necesita ayuda extra. Si usted tiene una discapacidad y esta teniendo problemas accediendo a la vacuna, visite https://drcnh.org/covid-19/ o llámenos al (603) 228-0432.
People with disabilities have the right to access the Covid-19 vaccine. In most cases, if you want to get the vaccine, you can. No one can keep you from getting it just because you have a disability or need extra help. If you have a disability and are having trouble accessing the vaccine in NH, go to https://drcnh.org/covid-19/ or call us at (603) 228-0432 for assistance.
Watch as Samuel Habib, college student, documentary filmmaker, newspaper columnist, and disability advocate interviews DRC-NH employment law expert, Jen Eber, about employment discrimination and the rights people with disabilities.