Why do people want to be home care providers? First, it’s an immensely rewarding job you can do at home. For some people, that’s convenient if they are raising a young family. Or if they’ve raised their family, it might be appealing because they don’t have to go to an office or work for somebody else. The tax-free compensation is appealing to some folks.
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.
We’re delighted to share some wonderful news here at The Moore Center!
Seeing big drop in referrals, therapists who help tots with developmental delays worry about long-term trouble
Through a state-funded program run by local nonprofits called Family-Centered Early Supports and Services, all children in New Hampshire up to age 3 are eligible for similar services to help with developmental delays.
Change is everywhere we look, and that’s true for all of us here at The Moore Center.
Kaitie has already beaten the odds and is continuing to focus on building the life she has always imagined for herself.
In the spirit of “We’re all in this together,” The Moore Center is offering to give back to our community in this time of need.
Great ideas to ensure that individuals with intellectual disabilities can enjoy Halloween!
Students from their Nursing and Social Work programs run weekly classes for our clients, helping them learn and explore through a variety of experiences that encourage personal growth.