2018 Meeting Summary

The New Hampshire Council For Youths With Chronic Conditions 2018 meeting summary is here. Please click here to read.

2017 Annual Report

The New Hampshire Council For Youths With Chronic Conditions 2015 annual report is here. Please click here to read.

Abaigeal and Madelyn Conway honored with Outstanding Adolescent award

CONCORD – Twin sisters from Amherst  were recently honored as a “Champion Child/Outstanding Adolescent” at a state-wide event honoring young people who overcome serious, chronic health conditions. Abaigeal and Madelyn Conway, high school juniors,  were nominated by Souhegan High School Nurse Denise Raymond for their spirit and resilience and then selected by the State Council for Youths with Chronic Conditions.  She …

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Matthew Garrett honored with Champion Children award

CONCORD – A Pittsfield boy was recently honored as a “Champion Child/Outstanding Adolescent” at a state-wide event honoring young people who overcome serious, chronic health conditions. Matthew Garrett was nominated by Pittsfield School Nurse Allison Daigle for her spirit and resilience and then selected by the State Council for Youths with Chronic Conditions.   She wrote in his nomination: “Matthew represents the true meaning …

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Olivia Bennett and Wyatt Paddock honored with Outstanding Adolescent award

CONCORD – Two Kearsarge Regional High School  were recently honored as a “Champion Child/Outstanding Adolescent” at a state-wide event honoring young people who overcome serious, chronic health conditions.   Eleventh grader Wyatt Paddock and 9th grader Olivia Bennett were nominated by School Nurse Lisa MacLean for their spirit and resilience and then selected by the State Council for Youths …

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Ryan Page honored with Champion Children award

CONCORD – A 13-year-old Seacoast boy was recently honored as a “Champion Child/Outstanding Adolescent” at a state-wide event honoring young people who overcome serious, chronic health conditions. Ryan Page was nominated by Astrid Wielens, of Zebra Crossings, for her spirit and resilience and then selected by the State Council for Youths with Chronic Conditions. She wrote …

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Katrina Gadwah wins Champion Children award

CONCORD – A 13-year-old Dover girl was recently honored as a “Champion Child/Outstanding Adolescent” at a state-wide event honoring young people who overcome serious, chronic health conditions. Katrina Gadwah was nominated by Astrid Wielens, of Zebra Crossings,  for her spirit and resilience and then selected by the State Council for Youths with Chronic Conditions. She wrote in her nomination: “Over the past …

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Tyler Carson wins Champion Children award

CONCORD – A Franklin  boy  was recently honored as a “Champion Child/Outstanding Adolescent” at a state-wide event honoring young people who overcome serious, chronic health conditions.   Tyler Carson was nominated by Sylvia Pelletier for his spirit and resilience and then selected by the State Council for Youths with Chronic Conditions.   She wrote in his nomination: “Tyler Carson experienced mobility limitations for years subsequent …

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Tucker Sharpe honored with Champion Children award

CONCORD – A 9-year-old Concord boy was recently honored as a “Champion Child/Outstanding Adolescent” at a state-wide event honoring young people who overcome serious, chronic health conditions. Tucker Sharpe was nominated by Rich Pezzillo, Executive Director of the New England Hemophilia Association (NEHA) for his spirit and resilience and then selected by the State Council for Youths with Chronic Conditions.  Rich wrote in …

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Health Care Access Informative Luncheon

The Council for Youths with Chronic Conditions sponsored a luncheon for policymakers and advocates about the importance of providing access to health care as way to expand life expectancy. Dr. Brian O’Sullivan and Lynne Feenan, both of Dartmouth Hitchcock, provided a overview of a recent study indicating that Cystic Fibrosis patients in the Canada live …

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