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Welcome to the ServiceLink Aging and Disability Resource Center! Your link to information and support services within your community.

What's New
NH's State Plan on Aging
July 2019
The NH State Plan on Aging has received signatures of approval by Governor Chris Sununu, DHHS Commissioner Jeffrey Meyers and NH Legislative State Committee on Aging Chair Ken Berlin. Please click this link to review the plan and get the latest updates - NH State Plan on Aging.
News and Events
SERVICELINK DELAYS FOR TODAY - December 3rd, 2019
12/19/2019

Due to the winter weather the following offices are having a two (2) hour delay in opening:

  • Monadnock Region ServiceLink Office (Keene Office)
  • Sullivan County ServiceLink Office (Claremont Office)
  • Rockingham County ServiceLink Offices (Atkinson & Stratham Offices)
  • Strafford County ServiceLink Office (Rochester Office)
Janauary - December 2019
Powerful Tools for Caregivers gives you the skills to take care of yourself while caring for someone else. By taking care of your own health and well-being, you become a better caregiver.
Starting September 12th, 2019 (6 week program)
The Savvy Caregiver program is a 6 week training program for caregivers who care for someone with Alzheimer's or Related Dementias. The program is facilitated by trained Practitioners. It is based on the notion that family members who become caregivers need to be trained to assume a new role- caregiving- for which they are unprepared and untrained.Throughout the program- and laced through the various program materials such as the Caregiver's Manual- the central concept that is emphasized is the notion of strategy. Caregivers will be urged to learn, develop and modify their strategies so they can accomplish their role of caregiving- which includes the contented involvement of the person they care for. The program builds information and knowledge about the illness, developing skills to manage daily life, and fosters a different attitude towards caregiving. The program is geared to informal caregivers of those either living at home or planning to return home, and in a moderate stage of illness.

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