The Institute in New Hampshire
IPPI New Hampshire serves children and adults with autism and other behavioral challenges from its offices in Concord, Merrimack and the Stratham. The agency also outreaches to families, schools, and other professionals throughout the state who need specialized planning and assistance with difficult situations faced by individuals with disabilities.
When, more than two decades ago, New Hampshire took the necessary and bold step of closing its institution read more… Today The Institute is acknowledged for its bedrock philosophy of respect, compassion, and commitment, and for the creative methods its seasoned staff have developed that enable enormously challenged children and adults to succeed. Our reputation of achievement is, in large part, due to the organization’s fundamental approach: services for each person are tailor-made to the individual. The Institute plans are built on and continually shaped by the person’s strengths, desires, resources, abilities and special needs. No plan that The Institute generates passes muster unless it is built and continually shaped around those personal attributes. Therefore, past failures are likely overcome and new abilities emerge that produce success.
The services we offer state-wide include:
- BCBA Services
- Early Intervention
- School-based Supports
- Outreach Assistance to Children and Families
- Behavioral Consultation and Training for Professionals and Parents
Services offered in the southern half of New Hampshire (Greater Seacoast, Greater Manchester/Concord, and Greater Nashua) include:
- Enhanced Family Care for Adults and Children
- Individualized Home Staffing Arrangements for Adults
- Parent-2-Child Autism Training Program
- Community-Based Day Options for Adults
- Community-Based Transition for Teens and Young Adults
- Twin Rivers Associates Day Program
The Institute’s successful track record is reflected in the comments of those who know its work well.
“I have seen IPPI as a critical player in New Hampshire’s developmental disabilities system from the get-go. IPPI has played an important role and worked well with others to meet the needs of individuals with complex issues in the community setting. They work particularly well with people with extreme behavioral and complex medical issues.”
– Matthew Ertas, Administrator, N.H. Bureau of Developmental Services
New Hampshire Locations
6 Chenell Drive – Suite 150 Concord, NH 03301
10 Twin Bridge Road – Suite 2 Merrimack, NH 03054
Twin Rivers Associates 38 Portsmouth Ave. – Suite D Stratham, NH 03885