Learn the basics of insurance and how to protect yourself if disaster strikes. Be prepared for losses to your personal property due to hurricanes, theft, fire or flood. It's worth the investment of your time - you can't afford to not have the information! Dinner will be served, so please RSVP to ensure your spot at this event!
Real Talk. Real People. Real Life. Four week teen program focusing on real life issues specifically designed for young women (ages 13-16).
Grief conference: Join us for an enlightening full-day conference designed to EDUCATE, EMPOWER, AND ENRICH both community members and the healthcare and educational professionals who serve them. Participants will discover new skills from within and resources in the world in which they live in order to survive and thrive as they recover from serious life challenges.
Bounce Back: The Power Of Resilience is an inspiring and skill building full day conference designed to help community members and the healthcare professionals that serve them develop the skills and find the resources to survive and thrive as they recover from and prepare for life's challenges.
Speech-Language Pathologist Karen T. Kimberlin will provide an introduction to reading disabilities including dyslexia. Ms. Kimberlin has over forty years of experience assisting children with reading and writing disabilities. She has been recognized by her peers as an expert in her field having received the NJSHA 2011 Clinical Service Award.
The presenter will review the challenges to individuals on the spectrum with regard to negotiating life tasks at each stage of development. Families, school personnel, staff and the consumers will all be better able to design relevant school, work and community based opportunities, learn relevant skills and achieve optimal independence once equipped with an understanding of the brain-behavior issues that affect individuals with autism. Presenter: Lucille Esralew, Ph.D.
We encourage you to read through this “Hurricane Survival Guide for New Jersey,” and take the actions necessary to secure your family and home. The preparations you make for hurricanes will also help you survive all types of natural disasters.
Based on this assessment, the Y and their partners will be in a better position to explore a YMCA facility in Long Branch that offers programs and services to help address critical issues in the areas of Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility.
A reanalysis of data from a controversial study published in 2001 that opened the doors for doctors to write millions of prescriptions of an antidepressant to children and teens shows that the drug is not only ineffective but potentially unsafe.
Wristbands that measure surface skin temperature and heart rate could transform the lives of people with autism by predicting big behavioural shifts.
Representatives from NJNG and state-designated agencies will be available to work with members of the community to identify which programs best fit their needs and assist with the application process.
The Supreme Court instructed family judges to only evaluate the evidence determining whether either parent has abused, neglected or abandoned their children, and whether sending these children back to their country of origin would be in their best interests.