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Alliance Center for Independence

629 Amboy Avenue
First floor, suite 109
Edison, NJ 08837
Services include skills training, social activities, peer support, and job readiness training for persons with developmental disabilities.

Bethel Ridge

175 South Maple Avenue
PO Box 138
Basking Ridge, NJ 07920
Services include residential program and supported employment for persons with developmental disabilities. Residential placements are made only through the Division of Developmental Disabilities (908-226-7800), supported employment may be funded by the Division of Vocational & Rehabilitation Services (908-704-3030) or private pay.

Center for Independent Living

Lower Level Suite ?629 Amboy Avenue
Edison, NJ 08837
Provides information, referrals, peer support, social recreation, and transition services for those living with disabilities.

Delta Community Supports, Inc

(908) 707-8844
1130 Route 202 S
Buidlign C1
Raritan, NJ 08869
Services include in-home support for persons with developmental disabilities and their caregivers and supervised residential programs for adults with developmental disabilities.

Division of Aging and Disability Services (DDS)

222 South Warren Street
Trenton, NJ 08625
Arranges and coordinates needed services for eligible state residents who have developmental disabilities.

Division of Developmental Disabilities, Somerset County Office

275 Greenbrook Road
Greenbrook, NJ 08813
Arranges and coordinates needed services for eligible state residents who have developmental disabilities.

Lord Stirling School

Lord Stirling Road
Basking Ridge , NJ 07920
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: Referral must be made through Child Study Team/School District or the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly known as DYFS/ the Division of Youth and Family Services).

The school provides an academic program,vocational program, and counseling for students and occasionally for their families. Transition Programs are provided that prepare the student for work by starting with on-campus work assignment and progressing to moving the youngster out into the community and to try out different job opportunities. Attempts are also made to help the student find work in his/her home area.

Midland School, The

94 Readington Road
PO Box 5026
North Branch, NJ 08876
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: Referral must be made through Child Study Team/School District.

A day school providing comprehensive special education services in reading, mathematics, language arts, science, social studies, general shop, music, art, health,independent living, speech therapy, counseling, career education,job placement, and school-to-work transition services upon graduation. A post-school program also exists for Midland graduates including job training, placement, employment and social/recreational activities and events.

New Jersey Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired

1510 Hooper Avenue
Suite 130
Toms River, NJ 08753
CBVI provides educational services to children and their families. These services are designed to allow visually impaired students to participate equally with sighted students in regular classroom activities. Preschool, (ages birth to four) educational services are also available. A team of education counselors is ready to help blind and visually impaired children receive tutoring, reader services, assistance with adaptive aids, and instruction in communication skills, which may include typing or learning to read and write Braille. In addition, counselors will arrange for the provision of special books, materials and technical equipment from the Meyer Instructional Resource Center that will help children function on an equal footing with their sighted classmates. CBVI will also provide counseling for families of infants and preschool children. The education counselors may also provide enriching toys and materials from the Meyer Instructional Resource Center for use in the home. Special instruction can also be obtained for independent travel and daily living skills. In addition, summer programs are sponsored for the blind and visually impaired children and teenagers, including Camp Marcella and a pre-college experience program, which is held at a New Jersey university. The CBVI Deaf-Blind Unit provides educational, vocational and independent living services to children and young adults. Special attention is given to communication needs. Interpreter services and special equipment may also be provided. The Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CBVI) promotes and provides services in the areas of education, employment, independence and eye health for persons who are blind or visually impaired, their families and the community. It seeks to provide or ensure access to services that will enable consumers to obtain their fullest measure of self-reliance and quality of life and fully integrated into their community

New Jersey Community Development Corporation

32 Spruce Street
Paterson, NJ 07501
Develop and operate supportive housing for individuals with special needs, including the developmentally disabled, the mentally ill, and youth aging-out of foster care, operate educational programs designed to empower students - including high school and GED candidates - to reach their fullest potential, different workforce development initiatives to help local residents overcome barriers to success and build fulfilling careers.

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