WHAT: NH has opened COVID-19 vaccination to everyone aged 12 and over (people aged 12 to 17 can get the Pfizer vaccine). Information is available at https://www.vaccines.nh.gov/ or by calling 2-1-1, Monday to Sunday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
ABOVE: STABLE NH is a program jointly administered by the NH Governor’s Commission on Disability and the State Treasurer that enables people with disabilities to save on qualified disability expenses without jeopardizing their benefits like SSI or Medicaid.
ABOVE: The NFB-NEWSLINE is a free audio news service for people who are blind, visually impaired, deafblind or otherwise print disabled, providing access to publications, news media, emergency weather alerts, job vacancies and more. It provides access to national newspapers and local newspapers such as the Concord Monitor, the Union Leader, and the Seacoast.
WHO: The governor’s disability commission is a recipient of an annual amount that funds NFB NEWSLINE access for NH residents.
WHAT: ADA Jeopardy: Learn, Connect, and Celebrate 30 Years of the ADA National Network, hosted by the Great Lakes ADA Center and the ADA National Network.
WHEN: Wednesday, July 7th – 2:30 p.m.
ABOVE: Learn about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in a fun, accessible virtual game of danger.
WHAT: Rekindling Curiosity, a camp grant program created in partnership with the NH Department of Education, various NH camps, and various NH school programs.
ABOVE: The NH Ministry of Education has partnered with various NH school-age camps and programs to give children the opportunity to go beyond COVID-19 and be a child again. Eligible students receive up to $ 650 of their youth camp fees in participating camps and programs from the NH Department of Education.
• Students with a disability are eligible for a camp fee of US $ 650
• Students from families with or below 250% of the state poverty line are eligible for a $ 500 camp fee
• Students from families with or below 400% federal poverty are eligible for a camp fee of US $ 350.
WHAT: Yes, every student (YES) administered by the NH Department of Education.
ABOVE: YES is a scholarship program designed to help families and high school students whose education has been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
To submit an event for inclusion on the calendar, contact Jennifer Beaulieu at [email protected] or 271-2773. For more information about the Governor’s Commission on Disability, located at 54 Regional Drive, Suite 5, Concord, NH, please visit www.nh.gov/disability.
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