The Center, based in Red Bank, will officially open its doors on September 1st, and a kick-off event, will feature Kevin Keelen presenting his talk "The Roller Coaster of Grief" on Monday, August 31st at 7PM at the Knights of Columbus Hall, in Fair Haven. Free. (see flyer)
Please attend and also encourage your friends and family members -- especially those in the healthcare and education fields -- to also attend. Students' lives depend on it! (more)
This free event is held each September in Belmar for for individuals and their families living with autism spectrum disorders and includes organized activities, DJ, arts and crafts booth, informational vendors, lunch, beach games and more.
Did you know that three out of four child safety seats are improperly used or improperly installed in vehicles? During Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Week, which runs from September 13 - 19, 2015, parents and caregivers can receive free, educational information about this critical traffic safety issue.
Please join FBSANJ at their Open House and learn what services they provide for the community. RSVP by 9/20.
Founded in 2005, the Latino Festival of Monmouth County (LFOMC) is one of New Jersey’s most popular and influential ambassadors of Latin American culture. The LFOMC annually reaches over 5,000 audience members across the state.
Especially creative ideas may be more likely to come from individuals with high levels of autism traits, a new study suggests, hinting at a possible advantage for those on the spectrum.
The creator of the app is Bloomfield native Karen Kabaki-Sisto, a certified speech-language pathologist, or SLP, and applied behavior analysis instructor who has worked with people who have autism for 20 years
The state budget includes $2.4 million for the Child Collaborative Mental Health Pilot Program, twice the amount budgeted for the fiscal year that ended in June.
If you’re heading out on the road this summer, please remember to always use a child safety seat for all trips — even short ones. New child passenger safety laws will go into effect on Sept. 1st.
The FTC Consumer Information Division shows you how to foil a hacker — and keep your computer as secure as your most valued possessions.
Depression, substance abuse and other mental health problems account for a much larger share of hospital stays for children and teenagers in the juvenile justice system than for other hospitalized adolescents.