Resources & Funding for Families



LRCS Forms

Respite Calendar 2019 – 2020

Respite Parent Reimbursement Form

Funding Sources

Harry Gregg Foundation

The Harry Gregg Foundation provides financial assistance to improve the lives of people of all ages in New Hampshire with physical, intellectual, or emotional disabilities.

Annie Forts Up Syndrome Fund

Dedicated to opening windows of opportunity through education and experience. Provides assistance to individuals who experience Down Syndrome. Camperships, therapeutic riding lessons, tuition/scholarships, wellness, etc.

ACT Today

National non-profit organization whose mission is to raise awareness and provide treatment services and support to families to help their children with autism achieve their full potential.

Challenged Athletes Foundation Grants for athletes with physical disabilities

Give IT. Get IT. Helping low income families own, learn and use computers.

NH Council on Developmental Disabilities – Small Grants

The New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities offers small grants to individuals or groups to support disability related activities and initiatives that help achieve the Council’s mission of “Dignity, Full Rights of Citizenship, Equal Opportunities, and Full Participation for All New Hampshire Citizens with Developmental Disabilities.”

Subject to available funding, the Council offers Community Education Grants, Community Project Grants, Teen Grants and grants through its Personal Education and Leadership Development Program. Follow this link for more information:

Therapy Services

Feeding and Swallowing Program at SERESC

Ready Set Connect (Crotched Mountain)

Compass Innovative Behavior Strategies

Concord Swing for the Stars, Concord

Therapeutic Horseback Riding Equine Site (NH)

Summer Camp

Summer is a great time, but it can also be challenging for families looking for appropriate programming and activities for a child or adult who experiences a developmental disability. If your family receives services from LRCS, you can talk to your Resource Coordinator about camp grants and scholarships.

Here are some camp programs in New Hampshire and other New England states:

Camp Allen, Bedford, NH

Camp Fatima, Gilmanton Ironworks, NH

Camp Hawkeye, Moultonborough, NH

Camp Oceanwood, Ocean Park, ME

Easter Seals Camp Sno-Mo, Gilmanton Ironworks,

Camp Starfish

The Mayhew Program, Bristol, NH

Camp Spaulding, Penacook

Adam’s Camp, Loon Mountain

Circle of Fleur de Lis (a one-week free camp experience for girls who have experienced the death of a parent)

If you are the parent of a school-aged child, contact your school district to inquire about what kind of summer programming is offered. You can also check with your local parks and recreation department to see what your community offers for summer programming.

Swim Instruction

Pemi-Baker Community Health Center, Plymouth

GI Fitness & Swim


Special Olympics Winnipesaukee Warriors:

Exploring Our Way:  Children’s Museum of NH Autism Partnership Program 

New England Disabled Sports

Services & Benefits

Understanding benefits & work incentives, a presentation by Granite State Independent Living

NH Statewide Independent Living Council

Bureau of Developmental Services

Social Security

Advocacy & Information


Autism Society

Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Foundation

Disability Rights Center

NH Council on Autism Spectrum Disorders Virtual Resource Center

Parent Information Center of NH

National Down Syndrome Congress

The New Hampshire Challenge (newspaper)

NH Family Voices

UNH Institute on Disability

Williams Syndrome Association

Brain Injury Association of NH

People First of NH