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Older Adults

As we age we want to continue doing what we enjoy. Easterseals NH offers services to support health, safety, and independence for older adults.

Adult Day client, Sam throwing a frisbee outdoors.

Senior Services

Rely on Easterseals NH’s Senior Services to share the care of your friend, spouse, or family member with dignity and respect.

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Adult Day client, Sam throwing a frisbee outdoors.

Senior Services

Rely on Easterseals NH’s Senior Services to share the care of your friend, spouse, or family member with dignity and respect.

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Front entrance of Easterseals NH Champlin Place

Housing at Champlin Place

Designed to meet the needs of residents 62 or older who want to live independently in an affordable, well-equipped, modern apartment with easy access to Easterseals NH’s supportive services. Located in Rochester, NH.

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Older woman walking off an Easterseals NH bus.

Transportation

Fostering independence through transportation solutions for older adults who must attend medical appointments, pick up prescriptions, buy food, and access school and adult day programs, among their routine needs.

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Exterior view of the new rental housing for veterans and families

Military & Veterans Campus

Easterseals NH entered a partnership with PROCON to design and develop a 15-acre campus and facilities in Franklin into a center of excellence and first-of-its-kind in New Hampshire. The campus will provide enhanced support for military community members and their families through access to a variety of services and recreation activities in one location.

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Related Resources

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Caregiver Tip Sheet – Toileting

Incontinence can become an issue as the disease progresses into the middle to late stages of dementia.

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Caregiver Tip Sheet – Suspicions & Delusions

Confusion, memory loss and inability to retain information are factors that contribute to the suspicion and delusions.

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Caregiver Tip Sheet – Sundowning

“Sundowning” is a term used for individuals living with dementia who may show behaviors in the late afternoon or evening.

Get Involved

With over 50 million Americans living with disabilities, our work is far from complete. We encourage you to help us call attention to the experience of people with disabilities, and to raise awareness of and advocate for the services they need to live, learn, work and play in their communities.

February 9, 2024 | 7:30 am

Very Important Partners Campaign Kick-off Breakfast

AmeriHealth Caritas NH, 25 Sundial Ave in Manchester, NH

Whether you're an individual or part of a group, join us in our peer-to-peer fundraising effort to mobilize your network to support the people we serve. We provide the toolkit to ensure your success whether you're raising $100 or $50,000+.

This is an in-home role with opportunities all over the state: Rochester, Laconia, Nashua, Manchester. Care Coordinators will assess who has a need and schedule placements. | Part-time

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