Websites

COSAC

New Jersey Center for Outreach and Services for the Autism Community

COSAC is a non-profit agency providing information and advocacy, services, family and professional education and consultation. COSAC is dedicated to ensuring that all people with autism receive appropriate, effective services to maximize their growth potential and to enhancing the overall awareness of autism in the general public.

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NJ Early Intervention System

The New Jersey Early Intervention System (NJEIS), under the Division of Family Health Services, implements New Jersey’s statewide system of services for infants and toddlers, birth to age three, with developmental delays or disabilities, and their families. The Department of Health is appointed by the Governor as the state lead agency for the Early Intervention System.

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The Ultimate Guide to Helping Children With Autism Sleep Soundly at Night

It can be difficult for children with autism and other special needs to fall asleep and stay asleep at night. Those lost hours of slumber not only take a toll on the children – who may be more irritable and prone to behavior problems – but also on their bleary-eyed parents. If you are struggling to help your child “power down” or relax at night, you are not alone.

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Autism Resource Center

This Resource Center was made possible by a grant from the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry’s Campaign for America’s Kids (CFAK).

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Creating an Autism Friendly Home

When you have a child or family member on the autism spectrum, creating a safe and functional home environment is an important task

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Autism Support Network Resources

Need free help with autism? Seeking information about symptoms and treatments? Do you wish to know more about Asperger’s or Fragile X? Are you seeking to connect with others who are going through the same thing as you?

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Moving With Autism. How to Plan Your Transition to a New Home

If you have a loved one with autism, you know how important predictability and routines are. All of that goes out the window when you have to pack up your house and move. Whether it’s around the corner or to a new country, relocating can be especially difficult for a family member who is on the autism spectrum.

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30 Ways to Celebrate Autism Awareness Month

We love getting EVERYONE involved in Autism Awareness Month. We like to take a goal focused approach to our Autism Awareness Month activities by choosing projects that facilitate positive attitudes & discussions.

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Traveling with Autism: How to Handle Safety, Transitions, and Time in Transit

Traveling is a bit more complicated when you have a child on the autism spectrum, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do it. With some advance planning and a good safety strategy, you can make transitions and time in transit a lot more manageable.

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Digital Resources for Students with Autism

The digital age brings good news for teachers and parents dealing with students with autism. Today, there are more technologies than ever before to help students with speech, interaction, participation, and communication, making for more integrated classrooms and innovative therapies that help these students learn.

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Documents

Parental Rights

Parental Rights in Special Education

New Jersey Department of Education
Revised September 2012

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Parental Rights – Spanish

Derechos de los Padres en Educación Especial

Departamento de Educación de Nueva Jersey
Revisado en Septiembre de 2012

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NJ Special Ed Title 6A:14

Chapter 6A:14, Special Education was adopted at the August 2, 2006 meeting of the State Board of Education.

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Approved Out-of-State Schools

Approved Out-of-State Private Schools For Students with Disabilities Directory

New Jersey Department of Education

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Autism Resource Center

This Resource Center was made possible by a grant from the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry’s Campaign for America’s Kids (CFAK).

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