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The New Hampshire Transition Community of Practice promotes a way of working that fosters cooperation and collaboration among all partners involved in transition to life after high school and in making a difference in the lives of New Hampshire’s youth, particularly those with disabilities.Characteristics of a Community of Practice:
Ø Non-hierarchal and Voluntary
Ø Varied stakeholder representation
Ø Groups of people united over a shared passion, issue(s) or experiences
Ø Convene on a regular basis
Ø Focus on relationships and outcomes
Ø Organic in its development
Ø Always asking who is missing
Ø Open to varied perspectives
Ø Work collaboratively to share, plan and take action
Ø Finding ways to connect the work at the local, state, and national level
To join the NH Transition Community of Practice Coordinating group please contact Amy Jenks, at email@example.com and request to be added to the e-mail list.
New members welcome - we meet the bi-monthly starting in January on the first Thursday from 9:00AM-12:00Noon at Walker Building (room 100), 21 South Fruit Street, Concord, NH 03301
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