If you have a family member who receives services through the Developmental Service System of Area Agencies you may have you heard about the Corrective Action Plan (CAP) that NH is under, related to the Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waivers through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS).
The three 1915 (c) waivers affected by this CAP are Developmental Services, Acquired Brain Disorder, and Children’s In-Home Services.
Effective March 1, 2019, assistive technology services provided by ATECH will transition to other providers in the Granite state. ATECH will work with clients, DHHS staff, and the State’s two Medicaid Managed Care Organizations (MCOs), New Hampshire Healthy Families and Well Sense Health Plan, to ensure these services are maintained without causing interruption for impacted clients. These services include evaluation, recommendations, and support for assistive technology devices for people with disabilities.
Please note that the Refurbished Equipment Marketplace will continue to operate, providing low-cost, high-quality refurbished medical equipment and assistive technology. In addition, no other Crotched Mountain services (e.g., Ready Set Connect) are affected by the transition.
Matt has been a client of The Moore Center for nine years. Although he uses a wheelchair for mobility, The Moore Center provides assistance to help him stay active and healthy in other ways.
Our staff works with him to engage in activities that provide exercise and socialization, as well as opportunities to try new experiences. Here’s a little more on how The Moore Center and its donors create the opportunity for a good life for Matt.
Enthusiastic, fun-loving, engaging, creative, determined, outgoing — these are all words used to describe Matt. Whether it’s swimming in the therapy pool at Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center or volunteering for Meals on Wheels, Matt brings a wonderful sense of humor and is truly engaged in each moment, making others feel good about being there with him.
Joseph Letourneau, like many of our clients, faces great challenges every single day. He copes with both physical and intellectual disabilities, but that didn’t stop him from wanting to face and conquer another challenge!
On May 23, 2018, after seven years of studying, persistence and determination, Joseph finished 24 classes and graduated from Manchester Community College with an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts Education.
He joined 400 other graduates (one of MCC’s biggest classes yet) and received his hard-earned diploma.
Matthew Ertas, former Chief of the Bureau of Developmental Services, gives a lecture to Moore Center staff about the history of services for people with disabilities in NH. Matthew brings a wealth of knowledge on the history of New Hampshire’s Regional Service System and its evolution to today’s model.
Watch the full video presentation here!
A Life Skills Coach is a coach, mentor and teacher. They help individuals with intellectual disabilities, like autism & Down syndrome, develop the skills needed to integrate into the community and pursue opportunities for employment, improving their overall quality of life.
The best way to avoid the high cost of a nursing home is to avoid incidents that take your choice away. This is by far the most cost-effective approach to ensuring the best quality of life for the least possible cost.
To help you identify incidents that could take your choice away we offer a Free In-Home Risk Assessment. This assessment will help you understand the high-risk activities that your elderly loved one faces that could cause them to lose their independence and end up in a nursing home.
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The Moore Center
Creating Opportunities for a Good Life!
Based in Manchester, New Hampshire, The Moore Center is a state and regional innovator with more than 50 years of experience in helping people become productive, fulfilled members of the community.
Working closely with each individual, The Moore Center identifies unique needs and creates individualized programs to enhance that person’s quality of life and that of the community as a whole. We are an award-winning leader recognized for providing high quality, cost-effective services with a personal, caring touch to individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities and acquired brain injuries, as well as services to children and senior citizens and training for the human services workforce.
Compassion, commitment and community provide the foundation for all of The Moore Center’s initiatives and inspire our primary goal: Creating opportunities for a good life.
The Moore Center serves people with intellectual, developmental and personal challenges by creating opportunities for a good life.
We envision a day when all people, despite their challenges, are fully engaged in their communities and living a good life.
Honesty: We deal with each other in an open and sincere manner.
Integrity: We act in a manner consistent with our words and beliefs, always honoring our commitments.
Respect: We treat one another with kindness, courtesy, dignity and empathy.
Diversity: We value and respect differences among all individuals.
Accountability: We take fiscal and programmatic responsibility for our own words and actions.
Innovation: We foster and encourage creativity in facilitating options.
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Interview with Jen Meyer, Director of The Moore Center’s Community-Based Services program.
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The Moore Center is an award-winning leader recognized for providing high quality, cost-effective services to individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities and acquired brain injuries, as well as children and senior citizens. Read more…
Who We Serve
We offer services across all age groups, from children through seniors. We work with a network of service providers to ensure that the needs of our clients are met, all focused on our mission of Creating Opportunities for a Good Life! Learn more…
Moore Options for Seniors
We offer an array of creative programs to help seniors remain in a home environment for as long as possible. We provide in-home personal care and innovative alternatives to nursing homes that are significantly more affordable. Learn more…
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Enthusiastic, fun-loving, engaging, creative, determined, outgoing… these are all words used to describe Matt. He brings a wonderful sense of humor and is truly engaged in each moment, making others feel good about being there with him.read more
The 2018 Garden Party honoring Michael L’Ecuyer, president and CEO of Bellwether Community Credit Union was a huge success with 500 guests in attendance and over $218,000 raised. As you can see in the photos, a lovely evening was enjoyed by all!read more
NO EXPERIENCE – Our community residences for individuals with intellectual disabilities, such as autism and Down syndrome, need additional staff to cover all shifts. It’s a family setting where everyone helps each other overcome daily challenges. See more at…read more
Our Career Development and Community Connections departments, also known as our Day Program, are now the proud owners of seven new transportation vans! The vans are larger and safer, with glass windows all around the perimeter, improving visibility and making it much...read more
Joseph, like many of our clients, faces great challenges every single day. He copes with both physical and intellectual disabilities, but that didn’t stop him from wanting to face and conquer another challenge… getting a college degree!read more
Sign up for The Moore Center’s Social Thinking camp! It’s free for Region 7 families and is $100 for all others. We’ll spend a week practicing social interactions and learning about social thinking in a fun, activity-based camp. Open to all ages under 21.read more
Explore a career as a Life Skills Coach! On-the-Spot interviews with hiring managers. Full & part time/per-diem/flexible hours with training & career development. Register to win a $100 Visa Gift Card and enjoy our hamburger and hot dog cookout too!read more
We’re looking for a temporary home for Matthew, a 29-year-old young man and avid sports fan who is deaf and also has Asperger’s syndrome/behavioral needs. This rewarding position requires someone who knows ASL (American Sign Language).read more