The Arc of New Jersey Family Institute is a statewide program that helps family members gain the tools and knowledge necessary to become an effective advocate for their child with an intellectual and developmental disability. It also supports families as they navigate the different service delivery systems including IEPs, Medicaid, and state services.
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A statewide project funded by the NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) to assist young adults (between the ages of 16-21) with developmental disabilities and their families in charting a life course for adulthood. They offer a variety of resources including Informational sessions, webinars, and resource guides and materials.
Every summer Arete Music Academy offers a variety of music camps, beginner classes, art classes and special workshops, as well as private lessons for all instruments. Led by our experienced and dedicated faculty, all summer programs are designed to promote creativity, teamwork, and artistic growth through the process of music making.
In a small supportive group, limited enrollment of 4 to 7 per group, Art For Life addresses anxieties, mood disorders, social skills, self image & self esteem, through the use of drawing, painting, sculpting, mixed media, poetry & narrative.
Art Kids Academy is a great creative arts, fine arts and cultural arts program for kids ages 4-14. Our programs promote critical and creative thinking in children through artistic instruction. We take a hands-on approach to learning with a focus on problem solving and self-expression.
Art of Motion, Inc. is a non-profit educational and cultural organization dedicated to teaching and presenting dance, theatre, vocal music, body conditioning, and literary and visual art projects.
ASAH’s toll-free Parent Assistance Line (1-877-287-2724) helps parents understand their rights and responsibilities under federal and state special education law, and provides information and referral to help them identify appropriate services for their child.
Since 2004, ASAPP Healthcare, Inc. has been a New Jersey Children's System of Care (CSOC) authorized Intensive In-Community provider of behavioral and emotional health counseling services.
Winner interpreters are encouraged to adhere to high standards of ethical practice, which includes ensuring that they have appropriate training in mental health interpreting prior to accepting work in such settings.
AspireNJ is a full-service psychoeducational agency. We provide optimum counseling services to New Jersey youth and their families.
FEMA can help support your recovery from a major disaster.
- Expanded Assistance for Disaster Survivors
- Individuals and Households
- Small Businesses
- Next Steps After Applying for Assistance
- "Help After a Disaster" Brochures
- Policy, Guidance, and Fact Sheets
Welcome to the Assistive Technology Center, New Jersey’s online resource for information and equipment. We help people with disabilities, their families, teachers and employers identify and learn to use the technology that will be most effective in meeting their goals.
The National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, Inc. is a non-profit (501c3) corporation that seeks to prevent and alleviate the problems of eating disorders, especially including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder.
ASAH provides information and referrals to anyone seeking appropriate placement of individuals with special needs.
ASun Star's mission is to provide a therapeutic alternative to the youth and families within our community. Our trained staff members provide the following programs: individual and family counseling, individualized parenting skill classes, behavior modification, anger management, grief counseling, art therapy, and mentoring services.
Attain and Gain provides clinical and support services to Children and Adults.
Hosted by the NorthStar, Stay at Home, and Live the Steps of NA groups of Narcotics Anonymous
The Audrey Hepburn Children’s House is committed to improving awareness and services for children who are maltreated. The professional staff provides a wide variety of educational and training programs on issues of child maltreatment to parents, childcare providers, school personnel, healthcare professionals, law enforcement personnel, and social workers.
Meeting location varies depending on the activity. Family or individual membership in ASPEN is required for all Adult Social Group participants.
Our ambassador program is free and open to anyone who wants to make a difference in their neighborhood, workplace, school, or community!
Each year the program focuses on a specific message that ambassadors promote. All themes are chosen to increase awareness, education, understanding, and compassion for individuals with autism and their families.
The largest statewide network of parents and professionals dedicated to improving the lives of people with autism and their families.
ASPEN (Autism Spectrum Education Network) provides families and individuals whose lives are affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders (Asperger Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disorder-NOS, High Functioning Autism), and Nonverbal Learning Disabilities.
A downloadable wallet card to be used as a tool in any difficult situation with a police officer or other first responder. If you are an adult or teen with an Asperger profile, we suggest that you complete and carry a copy of the card below in your wallet at all times.
A Family Guide to Navigating the NJ Service Systems for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other Developmental Disabilities
Autism-Friendly Performances are designed and intended for families with children who have autism or other developmental disabilities.