Resources for Parents and Students
A Guide to the Special Education Process -- Prepared by a Subcommittee of Morris-Union Jointure Commission Directors of Special Services - To view, click on this link.
-- Frequently Asked Questions click here.
-- Glossary/Acronyms click here.
-- Parental Rights in Special Education click here.
Special Olympics Softball opportunity for students ages 7-16, to be held on Sundays in October at field by AWR. Registration deadline is September 15th. Please see the attached flyer here.
A Family Guide to Dyslexia and Early Literacy Development - NJ Department of Education: New Jersey Dyslexia HandbookA Family Guide to Autism - NJ Department of Human Services Division of Developmental Disabilities: Autism: Navigating Through the MazeResources for College Search for Students With Learning Differences
NPHS Counseling Site GuideFor Information Regarding Early Intervention System (Infants to age 3) click here.New Providence Sports ClubThe recreation program for children with special needs in grades K-8 meets Thursday afternoons from 3:30-4:30 p.m in the Municipal Building gymnasium. Click here for the registration form and here for the 2019-2020 Sports Club calendar.SEPAG (Special Education Parent Advisory Group)You can find the 2019-2020 SEPAG calendar of events here.Minutes from the October Monthly Meeting can be found here."ABCs of IEPs" Power Point Presentation (October 2019) can be found here.Local Brain Injury Support GroupSiblings Support -
Children’s Specialized Hospital and the Brain Injury Alliance is hosting a Brain Injury Support Group on the third Wednesday of every month starting this April at 7pm. The Support Group will be held at 150 New Providence Rd. in Mountainside. For more information, please see attachment here.This is a group dedicated to supporting siblings (children, teen, or adults) and making sure they are heard and needs are considered. Click on the link to learn more.http://www.sibsnj.org/Special Olympics New JerseyMission: To provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.Click here for a fact sheetFor more information, contact Steve Smith, Area Director - Middlesex/Union Counties(908) 591-0607 email: email@example.comFairleigh Dickinson University, Metropolitan CampusStudent Support ServicesStudent Union Building, Multi-Purpose Room1000 River Road, Teaneck, NJKean UniversitySocial Skills Facilitation Program"Making Friends"Center for Communication Disorders, East CampusContact Susan Mandel, M.S., CCC-SLP(908) 737-5816