LinkAbilities is a nonprofit resource that promotes public and private partnerships to address workforce challenges for employers and people with disabilities in the Greater Nashua community. LinkAbilities expands the work force by connecting employers, job seekers with disabilities, and support services.
Thanks to the YMCA of Greater Nashua and Rose Haven Nursing Home in Merrimack, LinkAbilities is proud to present our newest employment success video! Meet Lisa and Kimberly, two women who are working hard and letting nothing stand in their way! Watch the video now!
The LinkAbilities Summer Newsletter is now available! Please click here: LinkAbilities Summer Newsletter 2011 to read the latest stories.
The first class of STRIDE students has officially graduated! Daniel Brien, Tommy Gravel, Fred Purtell, and Joshua Richardson celebrated their achievement on June 29th with family, friends, and staff from Lowell General Hospital. STRIDE is a 20-week on-the-job training program for adults with disabilities, based completely on the needs and workflows of Sodexo managers. This [...]
The New Hampshire Disabilities Rights Center Summer RAP sheet focuses on employment and includes an article about Project SEARCH in the Queen City. This is the first year the program has run at Catholic Medical Center, with a graduating class of six students. The article shows the enthusiasm of the CMC staff and how quickly [...]
On Monday, June 20th, nine students were recognized for successful completion and participation in St. Joseph Hospital Project SEARCH, a school-to-work program for high school students with developmental disabilities. Nashua Mayor Donnalee Lozeau served as the guest speaker and representatives from both Senator Shaheen and Congressman Bass’ offices were on hand with remarks. Project SEARCH [...]