Enthusiastic, fun-loving, engaging, creative, determined, outgoing… these are all words used to describe Matt. He brings a wonderful sense of humor and is truly engaged in each moment, making others feel good about being there with him.
Joseph, like many of our clients, faces great challenges every single day. He copes with both physical and intellectual disabilities, but that didn’t stop him from wanting to face and conquer another challenge… getting a college degree!
Randy Pierce spoke at the Moore Center’s annual celebration about his 2020 vision quest.“I can’t see, but I celebrate ability awareness. What you can do is always going to be more important than what you can’t do,” Pierce said. Read more…
The Moore Center and The Rising Stars are honored to be recognized with a proclamation at the annual VA Volunteer Recognition Luncheon!
Our sincere thanks goes out to all our Direct Support Professional staff! You are truly appreciated and you’re the backbone of our organization. Each and every one of you exemplifies our motto of “Creating opportunities for a good life”, and you do it every… single… day.
“To be sisters of a child with autism means every day is crazy and stressful, but Megan and I couldn’t have asked for a more loving, adorable and handsome little brother,” said Michelle. Michelle is referencing her sister, Megan, 16, and her brother, Mark, 9. Her sentiment would be touching in any circumstance, but it is even more heartwarming when one realizes that Mark has autism.
The START Program is a state-wide initiative to serve individuals with co-occurring intellectual disability and behavioral health needs. It provides short term support for individuals who exhibit behavior that families are not equipped to deal with.
We get $1 from every “Hannaford Helps” Blue Bag purchased at their Mast Road, Goffstown store, and their Bicentennial Drive, Manchester, location through July, and the Bicentennial Drive store extends through August. Help spread the word!
Nick was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome at a young age. After graduating from high school he began participating in The Moore Center’s day program, where he was given with the opportunity to stock The Moore Center’s vending machines.
These amazing adults, living with developmental and intellectual disabilities and brain injuries, put everything they had into their Salute to Disney-themed performances. Some danced in wheelchairs; one danced without the ability to even hear the music. All dancers were incredibly supportive of each other and rightfully proud of their performances.