iCanConnect in New Hampshire is administered through Northeast Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services (NDHHS).
Established in 2001, NDHHS is the first agency to provide centralized services to New Hampshire residents who are deaf, hard of hearing or deaf-blind. NDHHS offers a wide range of communication and advocacy services including access to interpreters, healthcare and education.
Meet the New Hampshire iCanConnect Operations Manager
Paul reviews consumer applications, puts in requests for trainers and orders equipment. He also does outreach, making sure organizations and qualified individuals throughout New Hampshire are aware of the iCanConnect program.
“The great thing about this program is that it can help people of all ages. You don’t need to know a lot about computers or other technology in order to learn how to use it and more easily communicate with family and friends.”
Baravella works as an information referral specialist at NDHHS. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Sign Language Interpreting from the University of New Hampshire at Manchester.