Isn’t it ironic…it’s hard work finding work! Fortunately, there are several resources available to help get you closer to landing your dream job. One of the most important components of the job application process is your cover letter – it’s your first chance to make a great impression. Your candidacy for a position could either … Continue reading How to Write a Professional Cover Letter
You’re invited to Granite State Independent Living’s first annual Haunted Hunt through downtown Concord! Grab your family and friends and join us October 21st for a fun day filled with clues, prizes and other Halloween festivities. Navigate Historic and Popular Concord Locations Concord, New Hampshire is a city rich in cultural heritage. Begin your journey … Continue reading Get Ready for GSIL’s Haunted Hunt
Chipping In FORE! Independence Thursday, September 28th 11am at Lake Sunapee Country Club Last Call for Sign-Ups! If you haven’t had a chance to register yet, it’s not too late… Grab your bag, polish your clubs and get ready for GSIL’s 4th annual charity golf tournament. Click here to register yourself and/or a foursome to … Continue reading It’s Almost Time to Hit the Course!
“I’m so stressed, I can’t wait to retire.” We’ve all thought it, right? Some might think that being retired means that one faces hardly any stress. After all, people must work long hours for several years before they are allowed the privilege of retirement. However, retirement is not stress-free relaxation all day long. Stress can still … Continue reading 3 Ways to Manage Stress as You Age
A great change is taking place within the home care market–a change you may have noticed for yourself. Today, up to 45% of caregivers throughout the United States are men, a number that continues to grow as more men become the primary caregivers for family members and consumers with disabilities. For male care attendants, the … Continue reading The Changing Face of the Home Care Industry
Did you know… The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) just turned 27 years old! The ADA was, and still is, the most far reaching civil rights statute in the world, providing protection from discrimination for more than 56 million Americans! The ADA ensures 5 basic rights for people with disabilities throughout America: Employment (Title I) … Continue reading Celebrate the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Senator Maggie Hassan is visiting GSIL just to hear from you! Monday, July 10th 9:30am-10:30am Granite State Independent Living 21 Chenell Drive, Concord, NH 03301 On Monday (7/10), Senator Maggie Hassan will visit the Granite State Independent Living (GSIL) Concord office just to hear from New Hampshire seniors and people with disabilities regarding the Senate’s Better Care … Continue reading You’re Invited to Speak with Senator Hassan
*REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN* for the 4th Annual Granite State Independent Living Charity Golf Tournament! The “4-Person Scramble” format with a shotgun start makes this tournament a great time for golfers of all levels. The $150/person entry fee covers: Lunch Cocktails Hors D’oeuvres Greens Fees Cart All proceeds raised will support the independence and empowerment of people living with disabilities. There … Continue reading Sign-Up to Tee Up!
Dear Friend, I hope you enjoy reading our All Access Newsletter. Please help us spread the word about how GSIL, with your help, supports people with disabilities by forwarding it to anyone you think might also be interested. If you would like to receive a paper copy of these newsletters, feel free to contact me at … Continue reading All Access Newsletter – Spring Issue
New Hampshire Housing Awards GSIL $250,000 in grant money to support accessibility improvements for seniors and people with disabilities throughout New Hampshire. The New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority recently awarded Granite State Independent Living (GSIL) $250,000 over a two-year period to help build an Accessibility Pilot Program for homeowners with disabilities. The new funds will … Continue reading NEW Accessibility Pilot Program for Homeowners with Disabilities