GSIL’s CEO Announces Retirement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 26, 2019 For more information, contact The Development team at 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

NCES Ramps Up Accessibility

North Country Environmental Services (NCES) builds an accessible solution for a community member in need. For a person in a manual or power wheelchair, a single step can be the difference between entering a building and having to wait outside. Like many New Hampshire residents facing mobility challenges, Groveton resident Russell Angel found himself struggling … Continue reading NCES Ramps Up Accessibility

Life with a Service Dog

A service dog is always on-call. As animal lovers, many times when we see a dog our first instinct is to show it affection. You may want to run up and give it a pat, a hug or even a bite of your lunch! But then you see that vest around it’s body and you … Continue reading Life with a Service Dog

To the Editor: Voting Integrity

October 19, 2016 To the Editor, As CEO of Granite State Independent Living, and having spent a life time working to promote independent living for people with disabilities, I’m writing to share with you and your readers my experiences over the years working with many election officials. In New Hampshire and across the country I … Continue reading To the Editor: Voting Integrity