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E-bikes in national forests spark debate in Granite State – Union Leader

By Kevin Landrigan New Hampshire Union Leader Dec 15, 2019 Updated Dec 16, 2019 Click here to view article on Union Leader website. Gov. Chris Sununu last week urged the secretary of agriculture to convince the U.S. Forest Service to change its regulations that classify these electric-powered bikes as motor vehicles Courtesy   CONCORD — Electric-powered bicycles … Continue reading E-bikes in national forests spark debate in Granite State – Union Leader

NH IMPACCT Academy and Over 150 NH Businesses Providing Work-Based Learning Experiences to Over 500 Students with Disabilities

Community businesses work to connect the classroom to career paths for students with disabilities. Concord, NH – Businesses and organizations throughout New Hampshire are stepping up to provide structured work-based learning opportunities for local at-risk high school students with disabilities. These experiences are designed to facilitate career exploration, support skill development and align students with career … Continue reading NH IMPACCT Academy and Over 150 NH Businesses Providing Work-Based Learning Experiences to Over 500 Students with Disabilities

Disability in the NH Workforce

Disability in the NH Workforce A career search may seem daunting. One way to ease your mind during the hiring process is to remember that you are interviewing perspective employers! When considering an employer, there are several variables to keep in mind. Do your Research! Get a feel for the organization, their mission and core … Continue reading Disability in the NH Workforce

GSIL’s CEO Announces Retirement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 26, 2019 For more information, contact Lisa Vincent 603-268-5386 or at lvincent@gsil.org GSIL ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT OF CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Granite State Independent Living’s Clyde Terry to step down as CEO. Concord, NH – Granite State Independent Living’s (GSIL) Board of Directors today announced that Clyde E. Terry, GSIL’s Chief Executive Officer, has decided … Continue reading GSIL’s CEO Announces Retirement

50+ NH Businesses Host Local IMPACCT Students

Community businesses work to connect the classroom to career paths for students with disabilities. Concord, NH – Businesses and organizations throughout New Hampshire are stepping up to provide structured work-based learning opportunities for local at-risk high school students with disabilities. These experiences are designed to facilitate career exploration, support skill development and align students with … Continue reading 50+ NH Businesses Host Local IMPACCT Students

The NH Legislative Process

With the 2018 midterm elections passed, the newly elected and returning officials are formulating ideas of their own or those of constituents they may have heard on the campaign trail. The actions of the New Hampshire legislature affect the lives of all state residents, making it critical for persons with disabilities to now advocate for more … Continue reading The NH Legislative Process

Why the Disability Vote Matters

With only a few days before the midterm elections, it is time for persons with disabilities to be engaged and exercise their fundamental right to vote. Regardless of your affiliation, it is your active involvement in this process that is critical as a citizen. With the recent report released by the Center for Disease Control … Continue reading Why the Disability Vote Matters