Community Bridges provided guidance when I didn’t know what to do. The staff is wonderful, supportive, and encouraging. Not only have they helped my son with his speech, they have helped me through some difficult times a mother.
10 Direct Support Professionals for new Female, Behavioral Residence in Belmont/Gilmanton needed! Whether you are semi-retired, a student, at home parent or someone who has some time on their hands, this opportunity to enhance your and someone else’s quality of life is for you! Applicants must have at least an AA degree + 2 years […]
As parents, we love to talk about our children at every stage of life whether it is their newest accomplishment, a funny story from the weekend, or their plans for the future. When you are a parent of a child with a disability, you know that your child will need special care and attention that […]
What are self-directed services? Self-directed services allow many individuals experiencing disabilities, or their representatives, to have decision-making authority over certain services and take direct responsibility for the management of their services with the assistance of a system of available supports. Self-direction promotes personal choice and control over the delivery of services, including who provides the […]
March is Brain Injury Awareness month, and the perfect time to consider a few facts about the impact of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). What is a TBI? Generally, it’s a blow, jolt or bump to the head, or a penetrating head injury that disrupts the normal function of the brain. TBIs can happen in […]
Shared Living is one of the most effective and cost-efficient options for providing people who need assistance with daily living with quality care and the experience of a good life filled with friends and community. Research has recently started to emerge that demonstrates just how valuable this kind of social inclusion is for both individuals […]
Community Bridges is a non-profit agency serving the communities of central New Hampshire. Disability is a natural part of the human experience and may occur as a result of developmental impairments, injury, or aging. We advance the integration, growth, and interdependence of people with disabilities in their home communities in ways that promote their ability to have positive control over the lives they have chosen for themselves.