AT Lab adjustable monitor

Adjustable Monitors and Keyboards in the AT Lab

 AT Lab 01

Student Using Dragon Naturally Speaking, a speech-to-text program.


Students using the ZoomTwix


Student demonstrating ZoomText

ZoomText 2

Student Using ZoomText in the AT Lab


Accessible iPads

At programs

Come check out the programs such as Read & Write Gold, Dragon, MathTalk, and Scientific Notebook!

Reading in the Dimond Library

Reading in the Dimond Library

Scanning and Printing Station in the Library

Scanning and Printing Station in the Library

UNH supports Diversity

UNH Supports Diversity

Temple Grandin visits UNH

Temple Grandin visits UNH and speaks to a record crowd about "Growing up Different”.


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News & Announcements

  • READ: The Washington Center program in DC's latest announcement  of scholarships for students with disabilities - MEAF Grant Boosts TWC's Program for Students with Disabilities

  • Congratulations to UNH Dining Services who were given an award from the President's Commission on the Status of People with Disabilities!



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Mike Griswold

The social impact of a summer camp for youth with Tourette Syndrome

Mike Griswold, recent M.S. in Recreation Management graduate, and Former G.A. in the Graduate School, successfully presented his research down at the ACA National conference in Florida this month. His research focused on the social impact of a summer camp for youth with Tourette Syndrome. This was incredible opportunity for Mike to present his research to a public forum. The experience was capped off with Mike becoming nationally recognized as the recipient for the Marge Scanlin Award for Outstanding Research by a student.    

We could not be more proud of Mike and of his Department of Recreation Management, which has a long standing record of outstanding work, including scholarship, on the role of recreation in enhancing the lives of people with disabilities.

You can find Mike’s published abstract issued by the ACA at this link (see page 29 for his study):


UNH alumn and author of the blog Boston Blind Runner

UNH alumn and author of the blog "Boston Blind Runner"

Breaking Barriers


Most Boston Marathon runners check thier progress by the mile markers.  For the past 2 years Josh Crary has not seen a single mile marker along the legendary 26.2 mile route.  Born with Choroideremia (CHM), a rare, inherited eye disorder that causes retinal deterioration and blindness, Josh Crary, a graduate of UNH, faces life's challenges with enthusiasm and shares his perspectives on growing up with a disability (retrieved from ).  Josh attended graduate school in Boston and has been hired at the Berklee School of Music as the Diversity Programs Advisor.  He has a great love for music and love of the blues!  .