To help your family better support your loved one with a disability, Community Bridges’ Individual and Family Support Services program provides educational training on a wide variety of topics.
A pilot project that promotes and supports creative and collaborative transition planning with high school students, their family, school and professional supporters.
PLEASE REGISTERBy E-mailing Lesley Blecharczyk directly at:email@example.comTransition Academy in Subject LineSpace in this first session will be limited to ensure effective outcomes for all.
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Understanding Guardianship with Judith Bomster (video)
Understanding the ABLE Act with Judith Bomster (video)
Understanding Special Needs Trusts vs. 3rd Party Trust with Judith Bomster (video)
Classes and workshops provide another setting for families to share strategies, tips and experiences, and support each other.
Under Resources and Helpful Links, you’ll find additional organizations that you may find helpful.
Parent Training and Information Center (PTI)
P.O. Box 2405
• Concord, NH 03302-2405
603-224-7005 (V/TTY); 800-232-0986 (In NH)
Parent Teacher Association (PTA)
New Hampshire PTA
21 Casey Drive • Hooksett, NH 03106
Individuals participating in Community Bridges’ Self-Directed Services program need some help achieving their dreams of a positive community life. As part of partnering with individuals to give them freedom of choice and control over their lives, Community Bridges offers a variety of training, including: