Act Now – Save The Kearsley Group Home

Act Now – Save The Kearsley Group Home

In late November, we urged you to help save the Kearsley Group Home and four other New Jersey group homes scheduled to close. Now we need your support more than ever as the potential closing date looms nearer. From My Interview With NJ.com For a young man with autism,...
Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services – IOC

Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services – IOC

Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services (RCAAS) provides autistic adults with help and support extremely hard to find elsewhere. Our fourth RCAAS article focuses on their Intensive Outpatient Clinic (IOC). A Look Back: Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services – SCALE...
Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services – PSC

Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services – PSC

In our third article on the Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services (RCAAS), we will be discussing their Psychological Services Clinic (PSC). A Look Back: Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services – SCALE Program Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services – CSP The...
Spectrum Perspectives

Spectrum Perspectives

I recently had the pleasure to speak with Cindy from Robbie and Me: Autism Reality. Like me, Cindy has firsthand experience raising a son diagnosed with autism. We share a unique bond, and both of us advocate for helping those with special needs receive the support...
Save The Kearsley Group Home

Save The Kearsley Group Home

Along with four other group homes in the area, the Kearsley group home in Sicklerville, New Jersey, is scheduled to be shut down this January. If this happens, my beloved son Aidan and 23 other individuals with special needs will be displaced and forced through an...
Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services – CSP

Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services – CSP

The Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services’ (RCAAS) astounding programs have made it possible for many autistic adults to live life to the fullest.  In our last article about RCAAS, we discussed their SCALE program. Today, we are going to talk about their College...
Celebrating Down Syndrome Awareness Month

Celebrating Down Syndrome Awareness Month

Initially recognized in the 1980s, Down Syndrome Awareness Month is now celebrated throughout the month of October every year. As one of the most prevalent intellectual disabilities, over 400,000 people are living with down syndrome throughout the US. Living With Down...
Fighting for Compensatory Education

Fighting for Compensatory Education

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many students with special needs were denied access to the special education services required to facilitate a beneficial learning environment. Virtual classes were not adequate for the majority of students. In-person instruction is vital...