Monadnock Center for Successful Transitions
Partners in Health
Partners in Health (PIH) is a community-based family support program designed to address the needs of children with chronic health conditions and their families. The PIH coordinator works with schools, medical providers, social services and other community organizations to create a setting that will enhance a family's quality of life.
Project SEARCH is a comprehensive approach to employment training and career advancement for individuals with developmental disabilities. The program provides real world skills training through a series of internships, all designed to teach marketable skills that will transfer to a variety of employment settings. In the Monadnock region, the program takes place at Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth Hitchcock-Keene.
MDS Birth to Three
MDS Birth to Three provides family-centered early intervention to children (aged birth to three years) and families in the Monadnock region. Because much of who we become is the result of our experiences within the first three years of life, early intervention through ESS utilizes each child's natural curiosity to create the experiences that enhance growth and development.
The Adult Individual Services Option at Monadnock Developmental Services (MDS-ISO) helps adults with disabilities to access supports and services based on an individual's life plan. Our goal is to create rich learning environments for both staff and individuals receiving services by building on the relationship between learning and self-determination.
MDS works with nearly two dozen vendor agencies to provide supports and services for children and adults with developmental and related disabilities.