The New Hampshire Council on Autism Spectrum Disorders was created by the NH Legislature in 2008 to provide coordinated leadership in addressing the healthcare, education, and service needs of individuals who experience autism or a related disability. The Council's composition and charge are described in HB 1634. The Council is guided by the findings, recommendations, and principles that were published in May 2008 by a previously established Commission. To read the NH Commission on Autism Spectrum Disorders, Findings and Recommendations, click here.
Putting the Pieces Together in the Granite State
The number of children receiving special education services under a code of autism in NH has increased sixfold since 2000.
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This page was last updated: January 9, 2015
The New Hampshire Council on
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Autism Spectrum Disorders Needs Assessment Report
NH Council on ASD Priorities for 2015
- Access to Evidence-Based Assessment & Intervention across the Life-Span
- Parent-to-Parent Network for Support & Advocacy; Central Point of Contact
- Develop a Comprehensive State Plan for Systems of Care
- Address Services for Children and Youth w/ASD within the State Plan for Managed Care Medicaid
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NH Council on ASD
21 S. Fruit St.
Concord, NH 03301