Play for Wellness Fun Day – May 7, 2016 – Burlington

Play for Wellness

Burlington County’s Care Management Organization, Family Support Organization, and Youth Partnership present “Play for Wellness Fun Day”!  This event, held Saturday May 7, 2016, will help spotlight Mental Health Awareness in Burlington County.  Join for fun basketball competitions, refreshments, DJ, facepainting, and meet with local service providers in a mini resource fair setting!  Share This!

DDDC Summer Sibling Group

DDDC Sibling Group

The Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center at Rutgers University will be holding a Sibling Group this summer!  Sessions will be held on Thursdays during the months of June and July 2016.  The group will provide an opportunity for siblings of those with Autism Spectrum Disorder to share their experiences and learn from others, and of course […]

POAC presents Safety Workshop – April 12, 2016

POAC workshop

POAC and United by Autism are presenting a FREE workshop and mini resource fair! “Hidden Dangers – Keeping Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities Safe in the Community, School, and Home” will discuss issues related to safety, emergency preparation, and crisis intervention.  The presenters will address the needs of individuals with varying special needs […]

Princeton Disability Awareness – Spring Carnival

Princeton Disability Awareness Carnival

Princeton Disability Awareness is holding its annual SPRING CARNIVAL on Sunday, April 24, 2016!  The carnival will feature an “Under the Sea” theme, and have numerous events for attendees to participate in – and even appearances by some special visitors (rumor has it Ariel, Nemo, and Spongebob may show up!).  The event will run 10:00am […]

Special Needs Vendor Fair – Sewell, NJ

The Everything Special Needs Radio show presents: A Special Needs Vendor Fair WHEN: July 27th 7-8PM EST (during the radio show) TO TUNE IN: 1360 AM WNJC or online www.wnjcradio.com TO JOIN IN PERSON AND MEET THE VENDORS: 123 Egg Harbor Road, Suite 302, Sewell, NJ Join ABLG Clinical Manager Christen Russell on the radio […]

2015 Annual Special Needs Provider Fair – Mount Holly, New Jersey

In collaboration, the New Jersey Regional Family Support Planning Council #5, Burlington County Special Services School, and BAYADA Pediatrics present: The Burlington County 2015 Special Needs Provider Fair. June 4, 2015 Speak with Representatives from State Agencies Learn what Programs are Available for Your Learner with Special Needs Meet Organization Representatives Discover New Resources in […]

Free Mini-Conference for Parents in Livingston, NJ

The Alliance of Private Special Education Schools in New Jersey presents its Third Annual Spring Mini Conference on Saturday, May 16th, 2015 from 8:30am-1pm. The event is FREE OF CHARGE and takes place at the Eisenhower Conference Center at 290 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Livingston, New Jersey. Titled “Setting Your Sights on Success: A Parents’ Toolkit […]

Special Needs Conference from the Comfort of Home!

We’re so excited to present at this innovative e-conference for parents of individuals with special needs! This conference takes place ONLINE on May 7th, 2015 from 10am-5pm. ABLG’s Clinical Director, Dr. Lauren Kryzak, BCBA, will present on Supporting Siblings of Children with Special Needs. ABLG’s Clinical Manager, Christen Russell, BCBA, will present on The ABC’s […]

Dr. Kryzak on Building Lifelong Relationships with Siblings with Autism

Queens College Annual Conference on Autism and Developmental Disabilities

SATURDAY, APRIL 18th, 2015 (Register by April 5th for an early registration discount!) Join our Clinical Director, Dr. Lauren Kryzak, for her talk on developing lifelong relationships with siblings with Autism. She will be presenting at Queens College’s annual Conference on Autism and Developmental Disabilities. This conference features topics on: Effective Family-Clinician Partnerships Implementing Activity […]

How do I talk to my teen with Autism about Sex?

How do I talk to my teenager with Autism about sex?

Sexuality, Adolescence, and Autism, oh my! Most parents dread having “The Talk” with their children. As children grow into adolescence, it’s crucial to arm them with information about their sexuality, changing bodies, new social rules around dating, safety… It can be overwhelming for any parent to know where to start and how to teach all […]