Each year a community member(s) is selected as a Garden Party honoree, in recognition of their commitment to our community. This year’s honorees are Ellie and David Cochran.
Ellie and David have been a pillar of support in Greater Manchester, and as such, we are thrilled to honor them for all they have done and continue to do.
Sponsorship Opportunities Available, please call Ellen Roposa at (603) 206-2722 for more information on sponsoring or attending this event.
We’re very proud of the important work we are doing with the Manchester NH Police to collaborate on a year-long training project focusing on police interaction with people with autism and other developmental disabilities.
The initial ‘Train the Trainer’ session is complete, and we’ll be providing additional support in the development of practical actions that lead to increased sensitivity and de-escalation techniques.
As you know, understanding and supporting every client’s rights is everyone’s responsibility, and one that we take very seriously. It has come to our attention that there are currently issues with the BDS complaint call line, making it difficult to get through.
If you’re finding that you cannot get through, please send the complaint information directly to Erica Ross-Skianes, either by email Erica.M.Ross-Skianes@dhhs.nh.gov or phone (603-271-5129).
Now available through Telehealth, using either phone or video conferencing.
Concerned about how your child is talking, moving, or behaving? Wondering if your child is meeting their developmental milestones? We Can Help!
Early intervention is CRITICAL for these children, and beginning early enhances the chances for a more positive result. If you feel that your infant or toddler (aged birth through two) may have developmental issues, you can request a free evaluation.
If you have a family member who receives services through the Developmental Service System of Area Agencies you may have you heard about the Corrective Action Plan (CAP) that NH is under, related to the Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waivers through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS).
The three 1915 (c) waivers affected by this CAP are Developmental Services, Acquired Brain Disorder, and Children’s In-Home Services.
The compliance issues addressed in the CAP focus on conflict of interest between case management and direct service delivery; and compliance with Medicaid billing rules, which allow providers to bill directly to the State.
Matthew brings a wealth of knowledge on the history of New Hampshire’s Regional Service System and its evolution to today’s model. Watch the full video presentation here!
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A Life Skills Coach is a coach, mentor and teacher. They help individuals with intellectual disabilities, like autism & Down syndrome, develop the skills needed to integrate into the community and pursue opportunities for employment, improving their overall quality of life.
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Creating Opportunities for a Good Life!
Based in Manchester, New Hampshire, The Moore Center is a state and regional innovator with more than 50 years of experience in helping people become productive, fulfilled members of the community.
Working closely with each individual, The Moore Center identifies unique needs and creates individualized programs to enhance that person’s quality of life and that of the community as a whole. We are an award-winning leader recognized for providing high quality, cost-effective services with a personal, caring touch to individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities and acquired brain injuries, as well as services to children and senior citizens and training for the human services workforce.
Compassion, commitment and community provide the foundation for all of The Moore Center’s initiatives and inspire our primary goal: Creating opportunities for a good life.
Meet some of the families we serve:
Our Mission, Vision and Values:
The Moore Center serves people with intellectual, developmental and personal challenges by creating opportunities for a good life.
We envision a day when all people, despite their challenges, are fully engaged in their communities and living a good life.
Honesty: We deal with each other in an open and sincere manner.
Integrity: We act in a manner consistent with our words and beliefs, always honoring our commitments.
Respect: We treat one another with kindness, courtesy, dignity and empathy.
Diversity: We value and respect differences among all individuals.
Accountability: We take fiscal and programmatic responsibility for our own words and actions.
Innovation: We foster and encourage creativity in facilitating options.
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Interview with Jen Meyer, Director of The Moore Center’s Community-Based Services program.