A Documentary by Dan Habib
Director of Including Samuel

Support Who Cares About Kelsey?

How can students with complex emotional/behavioral challenges be successfully included in regular education classes? Filmmaker Dan Habib and his team have explored this question through the creation of a new film project, Who Cares About Kelsey? The film is continuing its dissemination in 2012-2013 with an accompanying educational guide, website, and outreach campaign.

Donations to the Who Cares About Kelsey? Project enable Habib and other project staff to screen the film to schools and communities throughout New Hampshire, as well as nationally and internationally. Donations also support Habib’s participation in community forums as well as regional and national conferences focusing on the inclusion of youth with emotional and behavioral challenges.

Your donation will help:

  • - Schools, families and communities identify how they may successfully support and include young people with emotional/behavioral challenges.
  • - Create a cutting edge resource for educators, students, self-advocates, families, policy makers and professionals.
  • - Raise awareness about the link between behavior challenges and learning/communication disabilities.

Other Ways to Give

Donate by Mail
Donation checks or money orders made out to the ‘Institute on Disability’ can be mailed to:

Institute on Disability / UCED
Attention: Kären Clausen
57 Regional Drive, Unit 8
Concord, NH 03301

Donate by Telephone
Please call (800) 238-2048 to make a donation by phone. An IOD staff member will assist you with the process and answer any questions you may have about your contribution.

Matching Gifts
Many employers will match charitable contributions made by their employees. Check to see if your employer has a matching gift program. Companies differ in their policies, but if the IOD meets their qualifications, it means more funding for our programs with your donation. If your company has a matching gift program, please send your company's form to us at:

Institute on Disability / UCED
Attention: Kären Clausen
57 Regional Drive, Unit 8
Concord, NH 03301

Thank you for your support!

Dan Habib