31st Annual Conference

31st Annual Conference Join more than 1,200 autism education and healthcare professionals, teachers, behavior analysts, speech and language professionals, parents and advocates during Autism New Jersey’s Annual Conference.  Online Registration is Closed.   You can attend the Conference by brining your payment along with a $25 late fee to the Atlantic City Convention Center.  Download …

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Become a Member

  Become a Member Join below and enjoy all the benefits of membership while supporting Autism New Jersey and our advocacy and outreach efforts on behalf of the autism community.  To view categories, rates and benefits, click here. Organization Members:  Please note that we are unable to process Organizational Memberships online at this time.  To renew your membership, …

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Autism Legislation

Autism Legislation Pending Legislation Here are some of the bills with which Autism New Jersey is actively engaged: State A2021/S1943 – Provides for voluntary contributions by taxpayers on gross income tax returns to support autism programsStatus: Pending advancement in Assembly Women and Children CommitteeANJ to review and discuss with Chair Pamela Lampitt. S2635 – Establishes …

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Transition (14-21 years)

Transition (14-21 years) Special EducationDivision of Developmental DisabilitiesDivision of Vocational Rehabilitation Special Education Service Rights: Special Education rights in New Jersey are derived from the federal law known as IDEIA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act). The New Jersey Administrative Code (NJAC 6A:14) contains the state’s regulations based upon IDEIA.  NJAC 6A:14 explains the rights …

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Contact government agencies

Contact government agencies Autism New Jersey’s advocacy activities include monitoring and providing feedback to state and federal legislatures and public administrations on policies that affect services and supports for individuals with disabilities and their families. Click on the links below for information regarding relevant public agencies and service systems: Federal AgenciesNew Jersey State Agencies For more …

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Autism New Jersey at a Glance

Autism New Jersey at a Glance Autism New Jersey is the largest statewide network of parents and professionals dedicated to improving the lives of people with autism and their families. The following list summarizes our efforts. Clicking on the links below will take you to additional information about these services: A Lifeline Toll-free Information & …

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Hot Topics

Hot Topics Autism New Jersey has information on a number of important topics.  Click on the links below to learn more about the following.  Healthcare and Insurance New Jersey legislation was passed mandating the coverage of certain health care benefits for autism and other developmental disabilities. Learn more>> Education Rights Understanding your child’s education rights …

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Age Related Concerns 

Age Related Concerns  Because autism is a lifelong disability, it is essential for families to have accurate information regarding the different needs of individuals throughout their lifespan. Autism New Jersey offers information for every age group. Early Intervention (0-3 years) School Age (3-21 years) Transition (14-21 years) Adults (21+ years)

Honor Roll

Honor Roll Thank you to the following for their support of Autism New Jersey. Hinkle, Fingles & Prior have generously pledged $50,000 to the Autism New Jersey Charitable Foundation.  Thanks to Paul Prior, Ira Fingles and Herb Hinkle for their continued generosity and support Autism New Jersey is again the proud recipient of a $25,000 grant from …

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