Do you know someone who goes above and beyond as a DSP or Home Provider, whose work embodies our mission of Inclusion, Participation, and Mutual Relationships? Please nominate them for Direct Support Professional and/or Home Provider from our Monadnock region to be considered for the 2020 DSP and Home Provider of the Year Awards.

These unsung heroes truly make a difference in so many lives, and we want to recognize their contribution to the work of MDS. Everyone is welcome to submit a nomination form. Click here to download a nomination form.

Our region’s winners (one DSP and one Home Provider) will be submitted in mid-June for statewide consideration for NH DSP and Home
Provider of the Year, given annually by the NH Council on Developmental Disabilities. This year, the recognition ceremony will be held at the 2020 DSP Conference on August 14, 2020 with awards given by the DSP Conference Committee.

Nominations for the Monadnock region are due at MDS by Wednesday, June 10. Nomination forms are available on the MDS website (, from Service Coordinators, or at MDS offices.

You can send your nominations by mail to Priscilla Brisson, MDS, 121 Railroad St., Keene NH 03431 or by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Click here to download a nomination form.


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NH Family Voices Maneuvering Through the Maze Resource Guide (updated January 2019)
Statewide guide to resources for people with physical, developmental, mental health and chronic health conditions and their families.

The River Center’s FACT Book Online
Local community resource guide for those living in the eastern Monadnock Region.