About the Conference

The NH Family Support Conference

The NH Family Support Conference is a state-wide conference organized by volunteers benefiting families and caregivers who have a family member with a developmental disability, acquired brain disorder or special medical needs.

The New Hampshire Family Support Conference Volunteers
Our conference has over a 30 year history building knowledge, friendships and shared experiences. It continues to bring together over 500 families, care givers, support professionals, and many human service professionals each year to participate in educational workshops and opportunities for families to share their experiences with one another.

Planning Advisory Team

The NH Family Support Conference Advisory Team. This team is made up of various representatives that include family members and organizations throughout New Hampshire who partner together to:

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Serve as the primary advisory body representing families and organizations which support families of individuals with developmental disabilities, acquired brain disorders and chronic health conditions
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Serve as an informal structure in the planning and implementation of the conference
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Draft framework for yearly content based upon conference evaluations and communications provided by families
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Help oversee and support workgroups made up of families

Team Representation

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NH Council on Developmental Disabilities
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Traumatic Brain Injury Association
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Individuals with special medical needs and chronic health conditions
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State Family Support Council
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NH Vocational Rehab
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NH Leadership Series
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Bureau of Long Term Supports and Services Liaison (DHHS)
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Conference Fundraising Committee
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Community Support Network (CSNI)

Save the Date

Join us at the NH Family Support Conference on April 24-26 2020, registration begins February 2020!

The Omni Mount Washington Resort

The Family Support Conference is held at the beautiful Omni Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire.

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Registration begins February 2020!

Save the Date — April 24th – 26th, 2020