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 fivefold since 2000.
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The New Hampshire Council on
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Seeking individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder ages 16-26 to Join members of the NH Council On Autism Spectrum Disorders for a conversation about services and supports in NH on September 10th, 2014. Your ideas will be used to inform a state plan to improve families and individuals access to these services and supports in New Hampshire.
Community Bridges Regional Expert Autism Consultation Hub (REACH) is pleased to present an opportunity of learning
Bryan H. King, MD
"Autism Past, Present and Future"
Where: Merrimack Valley High School Auditorium
When: October 10, 2014, 9:00am to 3:00pm; registration 8:30 to 9:00, with an hour for lunch on your own. Water and coffee will be provided free of charge.
Fee: $50.00 per registrant,