2024 NH COP Education Series

The NH Transition State Community of Practice (NH COP) is again offering a robust lineup of timely topics in

one hour Zoom sessions on the first Thursday of the month, 9 – 10 am,

as part of the regular NH Transition Community of Practice meeting. You are welcome to stay for the second hour, 10 – 11 am, which is the regular meeting with lots of good resource sharing. 

The Zoom link is the same each month. If you want to call in instead: ph 646 558 8656. Meeting ID: 874 5197 0620. Passcode: transition or 4865242483.

2024 Education Series flyer with all dates, topics and presenters (corrected 1-18-24)

2024 presentations and resources

Recording and resources will be posted after each session. 
 
January 4 – Keys to a Collaborative Partnership with Brigid Griffin and Brenda Simmons from NTACT:C (National Technical Assistance Center on Transition). Learn about keys to collaboration from national experts on transition. Keys presentation slides (PDF, 21 slides, 2024)
 
February 1 – Legislative Advocacy in Action with Carrie Duran, Lakes Region Community Services. Hear from a legislative liaison about how to engage with the legislative process. Legislative Advocacy presentation slides (PDF, 18 slides, 2024), Legislative Advocacy recording (mp4, 42-minutes) The recording starts about 10 minutes into the presentation.
 
March 7 – Health Care Transition: From Tools to Action with Ansley Peacock and Sylvia Pelletier, NHFV. Learn how to take the information learned from transition tools and put it into action.
 
April 4 – Higher Education Options for Students in New Hampshire with Ariel Schwartz, UNH-4U. Hear about inclusive higher education opportunities including Think College, Post Secondary Alliance, and UNH-4U.
 
May 2 – Mental Health First Aid with Suzanne Weete, Community Partners. Mental Health First Aid is a skills-based training course that teaches participants about mental health and substance-use issues.
 
June 6 – Accessibility and Disability Services in College with Dennis Green, SNHU. Learn the process for documenting a disability and determining necessary and appropriate accommodations.
 
 

Updated 12/14/23