Northeast Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services

Groups

NDHHS is proud to support local, regional, and statewide support and services groups centered around the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community in New Hampshire. If you are interested in hosting or promoting your group with NDHHS, please fill out the Contact Us Form below, and one of our staff will be happy to discuss how NDHHS can support your mission!

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Deaf Senior Citizens Group

Northeast Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services coordinates monthly Deaf Senior Citizen Group (DSCG) meetings for our NH Deaf/Hard of Hearing senior citizens!

The group typically meets on the third Friday of every month from 11am-1pm and tend to include a presentation (on a variety of topics) as well as time for community members to socialize and catch up. Due to COVID-19, these group sessions are meeting remotely via Sorenson Videophone from 11-12:30pm. If you are interested in joining DSCG or are looking for more information about the group contact us today!

Third Friday of Each Month

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

New Hampshire Association of the Deaf ( NHAD)

www.nhadinc.org

The purpose of the Association is to safeguard, maintain, and advance the civic, cultural, economic, and social welfare of people who are deaf and hard of hearing residing in the state of New Hampshire.”

Under normal situations (without COVID), we meet at least four times a year plus additional meetings as needed for event planning, town halls, etc. Meeting schedules, locations and times are posted on the NHAD Facebook page or NHAD’s webpage.

See Link for more details and Meeting Schedules

Hand and Voices

www.handsandvoices.org

Hands and Voices is a non-profit, parent-driven organization dedicated to supporting families of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. They are unbiased about communication methodologies and believe that families can make the best choices for their child if they have access to good information and support. We have a local chapter in NH who offers events and opportunities to connect with other families and children throughout the year. Please see their Facebook page for more information.

See Link for more details and Meeting Schedules

Association of Late- Deafened Adults ( ALDA)

www.ALDA.org

ALDA Group occasionally meets around the seacoast New Hampshire area. Some meetings are
informational, whereas some are just to socialize in a comfortable atmosphere where others understand living with an acquired or genetic hearing loss to any degree. Please contact
ALDAseacoastNH@gmail.com to learn more about ALDA.

See Link for more details and Meeting Schedules

Questions?

Reach out to us today, we will be happy to help! 

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