New Hampshire
Services for Adults

New Hampshire
 programs and services
for adults include residential
options and community
based day options.  

Contact Information:

Brad Kent
 Project Director
(603) 595-0511

Katie Kelly
Project Director
(603) 772-5991

New Hampshire IPPI Facebook PageEnhanced Family Care

When an individual with disabilities needs a comfortable home she or he can share with a caring and competent individual, couple or family, The Institute can make that happen. Using a model often referred to as “shared living,” or “adult foster care,” we carefully match individuals, based on needs, interests, preferences and goals, with Enhanced Family Care providers who wish to share their homes with individuals needing special kinds of support so they can live in the community.

Individualized Home Staffing Arrangements

Sometimes people with disabilities have found a living space that is comfortable and suits them well. It may be a home they own or rent. Upon request, The Institute works with these individuals and their family members and guardians to develop Individualized Home Staffing Arrangements, in which staff come into the home.  

Twin River's Gina Bartlow
named ANCORS's 2011 
Direct Support Professional of the Year!


Community-Based Day Options

The Institute in New Hampshire offers adults with disabilities customized services that contain a well-planned, rich and varied schedule of activities. Activities are individualized to appeal to people’s interests and preferences, and provided in such a way that people’s daily experiences within their neighborhoods and communities are meaningful and facilitate active participation.

Twin Rivers Associates Day Program

Twin River Associates is a lively, highly regarded day program for adults with disabilities fondly known, in and around the town of Stratham, as “TRA.” Participants come from throughout the Seacoast area to enjoy a variety of employment, volunteer, artistic, social and other life-expanding activities.