NH Family Voices Maneuvering Through the Maze Resource Guide (updated January 2019)
This guide takes the reader from birth to transitioning into adulthood with listings of state health and human services agencies, educational resources, private associations and organizations that serve people with physical, developmental, mental health and chronic health conditions and their families.

The River Center’s FACT Book Online
Local community resource guide for those living in the towns of Antrim, Bennington, Dublin, Francestown, Greenfield, Greenville, Hancock, Jaffrey, Mason, New Ipswich, Peterborough, Rindge, Sharon and Temple, NH.

International Universities Press www.iup.com
University of Minnesota Quality Mall www.qualitymall.org
Program Development Associates www.disabilitytraining.com

Disability Scoop
National news website billed as the premier source for Developmental Disability news.

Talking Books
(NH Bureau of Services to Persons with Disabilities)
603-271-3429 or 800-491-4200
FREE service for people with visual, physical, and reading disabilities. Supplies (by mail) cassette books and records and equipment needed to use them. Fiction, non-fiction and popular magazines available.

Love and Learning
Website provides techniques and materials (DVDs, audio tapes, books and computer programs) to help infants, toddlers and those with developmental delays with language and reading development.

Parent Express
Monthly online (and print) magazine for Cheshire (NH) and Windham (VT) counties with local articles, tools, resources.

Disability Solutions FREE
A resource for families and others interested in Down syndrome and related disabilities.
Published six times a year. For information on subscriptions, call 503-244-7662

Exceptional Parent Magazine
Paid subscription, $39.95 a year
201-489-4111 or 877-372-7368
Feature articles; extensive listing of national organizations for specific disabilities/conditions

New Developments
(1 year membership - $50 for families; $90 for professionals)
Published quarterly by Developmental Delay Resources, a nonprofit organization that connects parents and professionals, disseminating to them the most current information about causes, interventions, and preventions for developmental delays by seeking healthy options for the whole child.

Family Voices FREE
800-852-3345 x 4525
Resources and information for families with special health care needs; quarterly.

Ragged Edge FREE
Fax: (502) 899-9562
Magazine written by and for people with disabilities with information on issues pertinent to the disability movement; bi-monthly