We are Pleased to Announce that Our Updated Draft of the Council's next Five Year Plan is Now Available for Review and Public Comment

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New Hampshire Council

on Developmental

Disabilities Five Year

Plan ExecutiveSummary:

Second Draft


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Welcome to the NH Council on Developmental Disabilities

The New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities is a federally funded agency that supports public policies and initiatives that remove barriers and promote opportunities in all areas of life. The Council is independent of the agencies that provide services to people with disabilities. The Council develops a State Plan every five years to establish specific goals, objectives and strategies to address the most important issues affecting people with developmental disabilities in New Hampshire. The Council carries out its mission through education, advocacy and the funding of innovative projects that make a difference in people's lives.


Current Openings at The NH Council on Developmental Disabilities:

Part-time Accountant - Click Here for Job Description - Visit NH.gov for details to apply

Self Advocates - See the "Application for Council Memebership" link on this page for details


Meet Our New Director

The New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities is delighted to announce Isadora Rodriguez-Legendre, MSW as the NHCDD Executive Director beginning in March and April.  For many years, Isadora has worked in progressively responsible positions at non-profit organizations in New York City. For the past 2 1/2 years, she has managed a 1.2-million-dollar budget at Jericho Project’s start-up of the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program, a VA funded initiative intended to assist in ending veteran homelessness through homeless prevention and rapid re-housing services.  Isadora is bilingual and has extensive experience acting as a resource and advocate for families and individuals to help break down barriers that stand in the way of self-sufficiency.