DHHS services for people with disabilities. New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services 129 Pleasant Street | Concord, NH | 03301-3852.
The NH developmental services system offers adult individuals with developmental disabilities a wide range of supports and services within their own communities. Any resident of NH is eligible for services who has a developmental disability and meets the following criteria: State of New Hampshire.
NH State Plan on Aging - The New Hampshire Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services (BEAS) is designated by the NH Legislature as the State’s Unit on Aging, under the Older American’s Act (OAA) of 1965, as amended. Under this designation, BEAS has the responsibility, authority and opportunity to develop and administer the State Plan on Aging.
In New Hampshire, learners referred to TANF adult education classes by the New Hampshire Employment Program have usually completed the 13-question Learning Needs Screening Tool (PDF) developed by Nancie Payne. Screening instruments cannot diagnose learning disabilities, but they may indicate learners who could benefit from referral to a specialist.