"There are a million things I could say about the Nashua Center, the people that work there are the best. My daughter, Cheryl has been with the Center for years, I can’t imagine her going anywhere else…"
The Nashua Center is committed to providing the highest quality of specialized care and support to each individual served while promoting growth in independence.
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The Nashua Center was founded in 1973 for a group of children whose severity of disabilities prevented them from participating in any existing public or private educational programs. It originally operated as a child care center and incorporated as the Nashua Center for the Multiply Handicapped, Inc. in 1976.
The Center presently provides services in four major areas; Early Intervention for children birth to three, vocational day services for adults with developmental disabilities or acquired brain disorders, residential options for children and adults with developmental disabilities or acquired brain disorders, and non-medical in-home care for elder and chronically ill adults.
NASHUA CENTER PROGRAMS
JOBS ETC. assists adults with developmental disabilities or acquired brain disorders to explore and secure employment/ volunteer opportunities and promotes active participation in community activities.Find out more
Residential Services provides a variety of individualized residential options for individuals with developmental disabilities or acquired brain disorders in Southern New Hampshire.Find out more
The Children’s Pyramid
The Children’s Pyramid provides early supports and services for children from birth to age three and their families.Find out more
CLASSIC In-Home Care
CLASSIC In-Home Care provides non-medical in-home care for elder and chronically ill adults who want to maintain their independence and dignity by continuing to live in the comfort of their own homes.Find out more
All people deserve to be valued members of their communities. The Nashua Center provides support and services to individuals of all ages that include but are not limited to:
- Finding and/or providing safe and caring places to live.
- Developing and encouraging daily activities and experiences that are meaningful and fulfilling.
- Initiating and promoting opportunities for social interaction and relationship building.
- Teaching useful skills to maintain or increase independence.
Educating community members-at-large, employers and organizations about unique services available within their community.