Easterseals NH is turning 87 this June! We’re celebrating all month long. Learn how we got our start in 1936!Our History
To provide plans of care comprised of thoughtfully integrated services that help those with varied abilities live, learn, work, and play throughout their lifetimes.
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Save the Date! Helping people with disabilities is what we do at Easterseals...but we can't do it alone. One way to get involved is participating in an Easterseals event -- there's something for everyone.
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Easterseals New Hampshire
555 Auburn Street
Manchester, NH 03103
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Champlin Place PROGRESS!
The walls are up, the windows are in, and Champlin Place is well on its way to welcoming new residents this fall. Watch the video to see the hard work of the last few months in just minutes.
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Stories From Our Clients
Otto was 18 months old when illness rendered him profoundly deaf. Learn how Early Supports & Services helped Otto and his family move forward.
A person-centered approach has made all the difference for Carmen in our Adult Day program.
Navy veteran Keith has achieved stability and focus after a challenging re-entry into civilian life.
Volunteers play a big role at Easterseals, lending their talent, skills, and time to help those we serve. Read how Bob, an orthotist, spends his time improving mobility and quality of life for our youngest clients.
When Anna, 21, first connected with All Youth Count, she had a low-paying job with unusual hours. But her aspirations were higher. See how a little support and a boost in confidence helped her achieve her dream career.
Mary has been attending Adult Day since 2021. She loves participating in group activities, creating art projects, enjoying music, playing games, and chatting with friends. Learn how sharing the care gives Mary a sense of purpose and her husband, Jim, a break from caregiving.
When Joe entered Farnum, he was not convinced that recovery was something he wanted. What made Joe change his mind was simple but powerful, and suddenly he had the motivation for achieving the life he wanted.