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If you are taking care of an elderly parent or a child with medical needs, you’re not alone. According to one report, more than 53 million Americans are caregivers.
To learn more about the diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer's disease and how you can reduce your risk for it, watch our webinar with Nicole McGurin, family services director at the Alzheimer’s Association Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter.
Nonotuck’s board members provide the organization with invaluable input and support. Georgann and Ed Moreau are two long-term board members who have put their time and energy into keeping Nonotuck strong and advocating for people with disabilities.
Every day at Nonotuck, we see the difference individuals can make — for other people, for organizations like ours and for their communities as a whole. We can not let Make a Difference Day go by without recognizing the difference that our staff and caregivers make every day in the lives of the people we serve and in our communities.
Do you wonder what shared living is and how it works? Lots of people do. We cover a few frequently asked questions about shared living.
In October, we observe Down Syndrome Awareness Month. The month is a chance to celebrate people with Down syndrome, to advocate for acceptance and inclusion for them, and to raise public awareness about the condition.
Accessible design helps people with disabilities live full and vibrant lives, enabling them to participate in community activities such as volunteering, working, visiting friends and attending events.
The “Supporting Intimacy and Sexuality” webinar was an interactive training that used real-life scenarios and best practice examples to help better understand and support the people Nonotuck works with in the field of intimacy and sexuality.
Simple steps will help you share your life and a home with an intellectually or physically disabled person.
Nonotuck Resource Associates, Inc., offers community-based day services to individuals with disabilities to help them pursue their interests and develop the skills they need to grow their self-confidence and independence.
Learn how Nonotuck developed a love-based ideology of care. We started our shared living program as an alternative to group homes for people with disabilities. Instead, Shared Living creates genuine life transformation for people with disabilities, as well as families and communities. The true power of caregiving is found through hospitality, authenticity, and love.