The Annual Harvest Bounty Dinner features gourmet selections of inspired regional fare paired with fine wines to benefit the programs of Crotched Mountain. Entertainment by twice Grammy-nominated, award-winning guitarist and composer, Jose Lezcano with internationally acclaimed mezzo-soprano, Dr. Patricia Caicedo, of Barcelona, Spain.
For more information please call 603.547.1486.
Please join our premier sponsor RBC Wealth Management-Nashua, New Hampshire in supporting this outstanding fundraising event for children and adults with disabilities at Crotched Mountain. Don’t miss out! There are limited number of superb sponsorship opportunities to represent your organization among community and business leaders throughout the region. Please contact Jeannette Nieder at 603.547.1486 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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About Crotched Mountain
Crotched Mountain helps people achieve their own summits. Crotched Mountain combines a rich history with a never ending pursuit of innovation and impact to deliver premium services to the most vulnerable among us; children and adults with disabilities. Crotched Mountain’s impact reaches throughout New Hampshire, New England and the nation. And regardless of the service or the geography, all of our services are tied together by a core belief – every person has unique goals and we will bring our expertise and resources to bear in pursuit of those summits.
Two-day, in-depth, field-oriented workshop with information on the Federal Trail Accessibility Guidelines released in September 2013. This workshop will help you understand the guidelines and provide an overview of the techniques and hands-on skills needed to build sustainable hiking trails.
Learn from the best at this FREE planned giving seminar.
Attorney Michelle Arruda of the law firm of Divine Millimet, will present on the power of trusts, exploring topics like asset management, privacy, providing for loved ones, and how to determine if a trust is appropriate. Bring your colleagues and clients – all are welcome!
This purely informational session is presented by the Professional Advisory Council of Crotched Mountain Foundation as part of its educational series on planned giving.
Please RSVP to Jeannette Nieder at 603.547.1486 or email email@example.com
To register for Working Effectively with your Student who is Deaf or Hard of Hearing, click REGISTER NOW
Subjects addressed in this workshop include:
- How does hearing work (or not)?
- What are some types and causes of hearing loss?
- How do I read an audiogram? (Please bring your student’s audiogram)
- What is the impact of hearing loss on language and speech development?
- What are some educational implications of hearing loss?
- What are some helpful modifications I can make in my teaching?
- How can I facilitate communication in the classroom?
- How do hearing aids and cochlear implants work and how can I troubleshoot them?
- What is an FM/DM system and why is one so often recommended?
- How do I use and troubleshoot an FM/DM system effectively?
- What other assistive devices might my student use?
- How can I create an accessible and welcoming classroom for all of my students
Certificates for 5.5 professional development hours will be given.
Linda Taylor, Ed.D.
Suzanne Viani, M.E.D.
NHHA – New Hampshire Hospital Association
125 Airport Road, Concord, NH 03301
$129 which includes continental breakfast and lunch
Three or more individuals from a school team may register for and attend on the same date at $109 each. (Forms must be mailed or faxed together)
$50 for family member