Join us for service dog demonstrations live on 9/28/16 from 11AM - 1:30PM
The Commission's goal is to remove the barriers which bar people with disabilities from full participation in society.
A MESSAGE FROM THE DESK OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
On behalf of the Governor's Commission on Disability, I welcome you to our website and hope that you find it informative as well as responsive to any questions which you may have.
The GCD is actively involved within the disability community and the plethora of arenas touching the lives of individuals with disabilities and their supporters which this document is not able to completely encapsulate. Therefore, I invite you to also follow the GCD on social media, where you will find timely updates to issues pertaining to those with a disability as well as news regarding upcoming events such as the Governor's Accessibility Awards, the annual ADA anniversary event, seminars and the like.
The Governor's Commission on Disability lives and breathes the ADA. We strive for Access for All, so that equal protection of the law is afforded to all.
Once again, thank you for visiting our website and please never hesitate to contact me if I may ever be of assistance.
With Warm Regards,
Charles J. Saia
For information about:
- Research & Information
- Employment (Client Assistance Program)
- Statewide Independent Living Council
- New England ADA Center
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YOU ARE INVITED! September 28, 2016 ADA Celebration / Open House
Please join us - drop by or stay awhile. Adaptive vehicle display, service dog demos, and more!
Free admission to exhibitors, information, and networking opportunities.
Morning Session 10AM-11:30AM
Paul Drager, J.D. - Advance Directives/End-of-Life Care & the Disabilities Community
This presentation will focus on recognizing and empowering those with disabilities as to their individual rights that go beyond the ADA, but also, due to the ADA, making end-of-life decisions more openly available.
Afternoon Session 1PM-2:30PM
Linda Johnson, Esq. - Applying Performance & Conduct Standards to Employees with Disabilities
This presentation will offer timely information by a leading labor and employment law attorney.
Sessions might be eliglible for NHMCLE and/or SHRM credit. Certificates available.
The next Commission meeting is September 27, 2016 from 10AM to 12PM. This meeting will be held at 121 S. Fruit St.. Concord NH, 03301.
The next ABFDC committee meeting is October 18, 2016 from 1:30-3:30 PM. The meeting will be held at 121 S. Fruit St., Concord, NH 03301.
If accommodations of any kind, for any meeting or event, are needed for communication access such as interpreters, please call 603-271-2773. We request notice as soon as possible so that we may coordinate the various interpreters' schedules. Although we will attempt to accommodate any requests made, we cannot guarantee the presence of the service. Thank you for your cooperation.
All meeting dates and times are subject to change. Updates will be posted as they become available.
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