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Thank You Direct Support Professionals!

Thank You Direct Support Professionals!

Our sincere thanks goes out to all our Direct Support Professional staff! You are truly appreciated and you’re the backbone of our organization. Each and every one of you exemplifies our motto of “Creating opportunities for a good life”, and you do it every… single… day. 

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In-Home Supports – More Than Just Services – It’s Quality Of Life

In-Home Supports – More Than Just Services – It’s Quality Of Life

“To be sisters of a child with autism means every day is crazy and stressful, but Megan and I couldn’t have asked for a more loving, adorable and handsome little brother,” said Michelle. Michelle is referencing her sister, Megan, 16, and her brother, Mark, 9. Her sentiment would be touching in any circumstance, but it is even more heartwarming when one realizes that Mark has autism.

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The Stars Were Shining!

The Stars Were Shining!

These amazing adults, living with developmental and intellectual disabilities and brain injuries, put everything they had into their Salute to Disney-themed performances. Some danced in wheelchairs; one danced without the ability to even hear the music. All dancers were incredibly supportive of each other and rightfully proud of their performances.

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Don’t Miss Dancing With the Rising Stars 3 – June 1st!

Don’t Miss Dancing With the Rising Stars 3 – June 1st!

The 3rd annual Rising Stars show is June 1st! This year’s theme is “A Salute to Disney” and WMUR’s Sean McDonald will co-host the event again this year. The Rising Stars is a social group at The Moore Center and they are hosting their 3rd Annual Dancing With The Rising Stars event to raise funds for the group’s annual outing at Canobie Lake Park.

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We’ll Train You To Be a Life Skills Coach!

We’ll Train You To Be a Life Skills Coach!

NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED – Full & part time positions – full benefits too! Become a Life Skills Coach and help people with intellectual disabilities, such as autism or Down syndrome. Here’s what one Life Skills Coach said: “One of the happiest moments of my life was when I took my wheelchair-bound client to adaptive skiing for the first time and he screamed, ‘I really can do anything!’ at the top of his lungs.”

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2015 Annual Meeting – A Success!

2015 Annual Meeting – A Success!

If you missed our 2015 Annual Meeting here are a couple of videos from the event. The first is a brief summary of our organizations mission statement from CEO Paul Boynton and Board Chairman Mike Reed, and the 2nd is an insightful interview Paul Boynton conducted with our guest speaker and performer, Matt Savage. See more…

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