NH Education Initiative Emergency Medical Interpreter Service iCanConnect Relay New Hampsire NH Telecommuniication Equipment Distribution Program

Thank you all for attending the 2014 Auction!
Everyone had a great time!

Save The Auction date! April 11, 2015

Thanks to our Sponsors!

What's Next?

Life after High School for students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and their parents/guardians
Wednesday, May 28
6-9 PM
ATECH Services
57 Regional Drive, Concord

Trix Bruce 2014

Broadway in Boston

Click icon for ASL and Open Captioned Shows!

Sprint Relay Store
Special Pricing

UNH Manchester Sign Language Interpretation web site: http://manchester.unh.edu/sli
To request information about UNH Manchester or the SLI Program: http://manchester.unh.edu/admissions/contact us

Now available at Regal Cinema in Concord and Newington!
Sony Access Glasses to bring closed captions right in front of your eyes

Community Events:

Hard of Hearing Support Group
Thurs June 12,
57 Regional Dr.
Concord, NH

Intro to American Sign Language
are run on demand Please call us and sign up!

Employment Opportunities:
Community Workshops:
Recent News:

Social Security, SSI,
and Medicare in ASL

IRS Videos in ASL
Videos are also closed Captioned!
Click on title for more information.

TD Bank Affinity Membership Program
Fund Raiser

Kirk Simoneau's articles
"Working with Deaf Clients-Be Patient"
DOVE case-a milestone for new lawyer

Current Staff

Susan Wolf-Downes
Executive Director of NDHHS

MaryLou Serrecchia
Equipment Distribution Program Coordinator

Robert DiGregorio
Project Coordinator NH Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education Initiative Project

Rickey Persons
Relay NH / Captel Outreach Specialist

Emily Graves
Referral Specialist

Kacie Farrell
Referral Specialist

Paul Baravella
Information & Referral Specialist

Carol Otis

Adam Barron
Staff Support

What is Northeast Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services?

NDHHS Northeast Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services (NDHHS) is New Hampshire's "one-stop" resources for services specific to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community and for information about hearing loss. If we don't have the services you need, we can refer you to someone who does. Please contact us with any questions, comments or feedback you have.

Information about and access to a multitude of social services often does not reach deaf individuals unless effective means of communication are available. NDHHS, with staff fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) and sensitive to issues regarding deafness and hearing loss, is ideally situated to provide access to these consumers.

Our Mission: