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Page Title

New Hampshire's Leading Disability Advocates for 40 Years - DRC NH

This webpage has a defined page title and it has an appropriate length of 66 characters.

A webpage title, or title tag, is the text that's displayed on the tab of a browser window and as the headline on a search engine result. It acts as the title for the content of the webpage and should preview and clearly define what the webpage is about.

The ideal title tag is between 60 and 80 characters in length and should contain important, quality keywords relevant to the page.

Page Description

New Hampshire's leading advocates for those with disabilities for over 40 years! Join us as we continue to ensure legal rights for those with disabilities.

This webpage doesn't have a defined page description of an appropriate length.

A webpage description, or meta description tag, is the text that's displayed under the headline on a search engine result. Like the page title, the description should provide a little more information about what the contents of the webpage is about.

The ideal page description is between 160 and 180 characters in length and should contain similar, supportive text to the title tag.

H1 Header

Disability Rights Center of New Hampshire Homepage

This webpage has a defined H1 header and has only 1 on the page.

An H1 header tag is like the main headline for a webpage. Differing from a page title, the header isn't displayed on the browser tab or search engine result, but it's often the first text that a user sees when visiting a webpage, and should clearly introduce the content that it appears before.

Every webpage should have 1 and only 1 H1 header tag per page, and it should include relevant, quality keywords.

Content Length

Word count: 992 words, Reading time: 4.0 minutes"Skip to content Disability Rights Center of New Hampshire Primary Menu Primary Menu AboutSubmenu for AboutMission & VisionBoard of DirectorsPAIMI Advisory CouncilStaffGoals & PrioritiesFederal Programs & FundingCareersGet InvolvedResourcesSubmenu for ResourcesDisability TypeSubmenu for Disability TypeDevelopmental DisabilitiesBrain InjuryMental HealthWhat We DoSubmenu for What We DoLegal AssistanceLitigationMonitoring and InvestigationsPolicy and AdvocacyThe Disability RAPPPublicationsSign-up For Our E-NewsDisability Issue AreasSubmenu for Disability Issue AreasAbuse and NeglectAccess and AccommodationSubmenu for Access and AccommodationArchitectural AccessDeaf or Hard of HearingService and Companion AnimalsAssistive TechnologyEducationEmploymentGuardianship & AlternativesSubmenu for Guardianship & AlternativesSupported Decision-MakingHousingMedicaid and HealthcareRepresentative Payee ProgramVotingSubmenu for VotingCoalition of Blind and Vision Impaired VotersHow Can We Help?Submenu for How Can We Help?Contact UsWhat To ExpectDirections & ParkingNewsroomEn Español Donate Search for: Disability Rights Center of New Hampshire Homepage Inclusion. Accessibility. Dignity. Joy. Our mission is to protect, advance, and strengthen the legal rights and advocacy interests of all people with disabilities. Contact Us Our office is open 8:00am – 4:30pm Monday through Thursday and 8:00am – 4:00pm on Friday. Office visitors should ring the doorbell to be let in. Masks are required.You can also call us at (603) 228-0432 or email us anytime at to schedule an appointment to speak to an attorney.Learn more: Download our flyer hereSi desea obtener más información sobre DRC-NH: Descargue aquí nuestro folleto informativo Breaking News VICTORY: Court Declares NH Classroom Censorship Law Unconstitutional A federal court has ruled that New Hampshire’s classroom censorship law is unconstitutional. Disability Rights Center – NH joined a broad coalition of educators and advocacy groups in brining the challenge to the law, which actively discouraged public school teachers from teaching and talking about race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and gender identity inside and outside the classroom. This is the first decision in the country striking down a classroom censorship law that applies to K through 12 public schools.Learn More What's New? Posted in: Coalition of Blind and Vision Impaired Voters, Press ReleasesTagged in: Policy, VotingPosted on July 10, 2024July 19, 2024 Historic Expansion of Accessible Voting Rights Advances Read More: Historic Expansion of Accessible Voting Rights Advances Posted in: Know Your RightsTagged in: Access and Accommodation, ADAPosted on June 27, 2024June 27, 2024 Know Your Voting Rights: 2024 Elections Update Read More: Know Your Voting Rights: 2024 Elections Update Posted in: Get Involved, Policy & Advocacy, Press Releases, StatementsTagged in: Stop SpecialPosted on June 20, 2024July 15, 2024 Disability Rights Organizations Across the Nation Commit to “Stop Special” Read More: Disability Rights Organizations Across the Nation Commit to “Stop Special” New Issue! Winter/Spring 2024: Person-Centered Planning Person-Centered PlanningIn this issue we look at what person-centered planning is — and isn’t — and why it is important that New Hampshire reimagine what it means to support people with disabilities in living a self-determined life.  We encourage our readers to reflect on what person-centered means to them and invite conversation about how we can advocate for systems that reflect authentic choice. View Issue On-lineDownload a PDF of this issue   How Can We Help? Are you or a loved one newly diagnosed with a disability? Are you being discriminated against because of your disability and don't know where to turn? Call Us. We Can Help. Contact Us Watch Now! Know Your Employment Rights: A Series of Q&A with Samuel Habib & Jen Eber Have you ever wondered what employment discrimination really means, what you should do if you are asked about your disability during an interview, or what you should do if you are retaliated against for requesting an accommodation at work? Samuel did.Watch as Samuel Habib, college student, documentary filmmaker, newspaper columnist, and disability advocate asks DRC-NH employment law expert, Jen Eber, about these and other employment related questions.Watch Now Success Stories Helping Our Client Carry the Load Diane, who has orthopedic impairments which limit her mobility, was unable to carry her laundry from her third-floor apartment to the laundry room in the basement of her building without severe back pain. Read More: Helping Our Client Carry the Load “Knowing I could reach out and speak to a knowledgeable professional literally gave me the strength to get through this latest challenge.”-Previous DRC-NH Client We Welcome Your Suggestions Website Accessibility We are actively working to ensure that our website is accessible to all. We invite you to contact us to report a problem with the website or to suggest ways that we can increase its accessibility. Contact Us Help Your Community Support DRC With a Donation Help us advance the civil and human rights of thousands of New Hampshire residents with disabilities. Donate Back to top Sign Up For Our Publications First Name Last Name Email Address* Select Publication(s)* Disability RAPP (Research Advocacy Policy & Practice) DRC-NH Monthly e-News CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Address 64 North Main Street, Suite 2, 3rd Floor, Concord, NH 03301-4913 Phone Contact Phone Numbers Office 603-228-0432 Toll Free 1-800-834-1721 Fax 603-225-2077 Resources DisclaimerRequest an Accommodation Follow Us DRCNH Facebook Page DRCNH Twitter Page DRCNH YouTube Page DRC-NH does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, creed, color, sex, gender, gender expression, religion, national/ethnic origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other class protected by law in any of its programs or activities. The information in this website is not intended to constitute legal advice or be a substitute for obtaining legal advice from your own counsel. Please see our Disclaimer for additional information. 0"

This webpage contains over 500 words of content.

Because search engines crawl and index content, and the more content that a webpage has the greater potential for the page to rank for multiple keywords, webpages should contain a good amount of content with more than 500 words being a good benchmark for a regular page, and 1,000 words for blog posts.

The content should be rich with quality, original content - not containing "fluff" just to fill up the space. Having more content will also likely help the page to rank better for search queries as well as rank for more search queries.

Image Alternate Text

Images on page: 4, Images with alt text: 0, Percentage: 0%

0% of the images on this webpage contain alternate text description tags.

Alternate text descriptions for images allow visually impaired website visitors to still be able to understand the context of an image. All images on a page should contain a brief and relevant text alternative to what the image displays.

Internal Links

1. /donate/47. /91.

This webpage contains at least 1 link to another of the site's pages.

Internal links are links that redirect users to other pages on the same website. It's important that pages contain internal links to send users and search engine crawlers to other pages and content on the same site.

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