Autism New Jersey has information on a number of important topics. Click on the links below to learn more. For more information about these or any topics, contact our compassionate Helpline Information Specialists at 800.4.AUTISM or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Understanding your child’s education rights is fundamental to ensuring that your child receives appropriate services and support. Learn more>>
Keeping individuals with autism safe remains a top priority. Preparation and prevention are the first steps to creating a safe environment.
Many individuals with autism spectrum disorder require significant levels of support in home and community settings.
Families should choose an intervention that has the highest likelihood of success for their child and is a good match for the family. Learn more>>
Children of any age deserve a welcoming environment to learn. Parents, teachers and administrators all play an important role.
Understanding if you are covered by insurance depends on the type of plan and what laws and regulations apply. Learn more>>
It is essential for families to have accurate information regarding the different needs of individuals throughout their lifespan.
The CDC estimates that approximately 2.5% or more of children from birth to 21 years of age have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in New Jersey Learn more>>
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