Filing and Representing Yourself in a Divorce & Understanding the Modification Process
Como entablar la demanda del Divorcio, Como representarse a sí mismo en un Divorcio & Como entender el Proceso de solicitar una Modificación.
The purpose of this workshop is to educate families who have a loved one with a significant disability about the importance of planning for the individual's future support. Planned Lifetime Assistance Network of NJ (PLAN/NJ) will guide families in this estate planning and life-long support process.
10th Annual Beach Bash Registration Now Open! The Beach Bash is an annual event hosted by Autism Family Services of New Jersey for individuals and their families living with autism spectrum disorders. This free event is held each September in Belmar for families and includes organized activities, DJ, arts and crafts booth, informational vendors, lunch, beach games and more.
Ocean County Library’s Upper Shores branch, 112 Jersey City Ave., Lavallette, will host a seminar by Joni M. Jones 7 p.m. Tuesday Sept. 9 to discuss managing depression in the face of a personal crisis.
Social Skills groups for kids, teens, and adults.
Join us in supporting anyone affected by addiction. Takes place in Seaside Heights.
10 week workshop focusing on a motivational and inspirational self awareness plan.
If you're struggling during the long-term recovery process after Hurricane Sandy, you're not alone. 5 Tips for Coping after Hurricane Sandy
Signs your child might be more than moody
KnowBullying, a free smartphone app created by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), provides parents, caretakers, educators, and others with information and communication support to help prevent bullying and build resilience in children.
?A new show focusing on the experiences of five young adults with intellectual disabilities is coming to television.
Vassar junior Zoe Gross knows her strengths and weaknesses all too well. So while she gets good grades, the 21-year-old is aware that she does things more slowly than most people, including getting dressed in the morning, transitioning between activities, and writing papers. It makes college an even greater challenge.
A new and expanding sport for the disabled.
The wonderful thing about sled hockey is that anyone can play. This sport is played by both males and females. It's a sport that totally integrates players with mobility limitations, amputees, and able-bodied people with knee, leg or hip injuries that limit their participation in standard hockey.
The Purpose of this Support Group is to support LGBTQIA Parents by connecting them to resources in their own
communities, empower parents to develop the skills they need to raise children with social/emotional behavioral challenges, and provide parents with a safe place where they can share their concerns and support each other.