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What is next for the DD Council

The 2021-2026 Five Year Plan

Every five years the NHCDD develops a state plan to establish specific goals and objectives to address the needs of people with intellectual/developmental/cognitive disabilities. The Council has solicited feedback from individuals who experience ID/DD, their families, caregivers, and other stakeholders in the DD community to help identify areas the DD Council can focus on to reduce barriers and create opportunities for people with intellectual/developmental/cognitive disabilities who live in New Hampshire.

Quality of life barriers to daily life include community policy practice and quality services. Advocacy and traing strengthen civic engagement and advocacy include self advocacy leadership peer-mentoring, policy, access to infomation, and equitable education.
Quality of life barriers to daily life include community policy practice and quality services. Advocacy and traing strengthen civic engagement and advocacy include self advocacy leadership peer-mentoring, policy, access to infomation, and equitable education.