The NH Transition Community of Practice is trying something new in Winter 2020! You can attend informative monthly meetings in person in Concord or remotely using Zoom. Each month has a presenter.
A Community of Practice (COP) is a group of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and who interact regularly to learn how to do it better. In 2004, New Hampshire joined the National Transition Community of Practice led by the IDEA Partnership. Short PowerPoint overview of the NH COP
The NH COP puts on the annual Transition Summit, a day-long annual conference in November of each year.
Join an existing regional/local COP:
NH Transition Community of Practice Coordinating Group. This group meets monthly to share resources and problem-solve barriers and issues. All are welcome at the monthly meetings, usually 9-11 a.m. on the first Thursday of the month in Concord. Come regularly or drop in occasionally. Review NH COP minutes on Google Drive. NH Transition COP Fact Sheet
Capital Area: Meets the second Thursday of each month at the Walker Building on 21 South Fruit St in Concord. Email contact person. Email contact person at Concord High School
Greater Seacoast: Email contact person at Transition Resource Network at Strafford Learning Center to get meeting information or to get on the resource email list.
Manchester: Email contact person at the Moore Center.
Southwest: This COP is not currently meeting. However, the Monadnock Center for Successful Transitions (MCST) at Keene State College maintains an email list and shares periodic resource announcements. To get on the list, email the contact person at Keene State College.
South Central NH: Email contact person at Gateways Community Services to get meeting information or to get on the resource email list.
School Behavioral Health Community of Practice: Email contact person at the NH Department of Education to get meeting information.
Start a Transition COP group in your part of the state! Please email a request.
Regional resource lists compiled by local COPs.
Content updated 1-20-20