As Executive Director, Susan oversees each of the programs and initiatives housed at NDHHS. Susan is also serves as Chair of SILC, a member of the SRC, a board member of New England Homes for the Deaf, chair for TRS and a
member of the Early Intervention group under NHAD.
Jola is a full-time Referral Specialist working in our Interpreter Referral Department. Her primary responsibility is in coordinating interpreters or CART services whether from general requests or Part B funding.
Like all our referral specialists, she is also well versed in the ADA and communication access rights.
Brianna is available to demonstrate telecommunication equipment and accessories available through the NH-TEAP. She is responsible for reviewing, approving and ordering equipment for potential applicants.
Brianna can also be contacted for presentations and actively pursues outreach opportunities.
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Early Intervention Specialist/T.O.D.
Pam collaborates with FCESS (Family-Centered Early Supports and Services) agencies and school districts across the state to provide early intervention and school based services to families and their children who are deaf or hard of hearing, ages 0-5.
If you are interested in volunteering for events or special projects, please email our front desk with your information, resume and a brief description of how and why you'd like to help our organization.