Southern New Hampshire Services, Inc.
Caregivers of older adults often struggle with understanding the logistics of decision-making, especially when older adults have diminished mental capacity. Presented on Monday, June 8, the “Legal Issues: Who Makes the Decisions and When” workshop presented by Seniors Count-Nashua will address how to assist older adults in planning ahead for their care, and what legal documents are needed to do so. READ MORE.
The State Workforce Innovation Board is issuing an RFP for services regarding development of the State Plan. The Unified and Combined State Plans provide the framework for States to outline a strategic vision of, and goals for, how their workforce development systems will achieve the purposes of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). READ MORE.
Access to healthy food is critical to the well-being of young and old alike. In uncertain economic times, many local residents are facing the challenge of putting food on their tables. Southern New Hampshire Services is able to expand the availability of healthy food to area residents through a variety of Nutrition Programs offered by the Community Action Agency in Hillsborough and Rockingham Counties. Read More.