I, Timothy Rohrer, am a young adult with autism and the creator of Tips4Inclusion. I have created an empire of original resources about disabilities, friendship, acceptance and inclusion. I present my work at schools and conferences and even made my way to the top speaking to the NJ Department of Education.
The NJCDD provides a platform for individuals, family members, advocates, and public and private agencies to develop a coordinated social policy for advancing the rights and opportunities of New Jersey residents with developmental disabilities.
Empowering families as advocates and partners in improving education, health, and mental health outcomes for infants, toddlers, children, and youth.
Advocates in Action is committed to Employment Advocacy & the empowerment of everyone to embrace their story! We accomplish this through employment advocacy and learning initiatives. Advocates provides Supported Employment and Prevocational Learning Programs in concert with a full-service printing studio, Visionary Ink.
Camden County Family Support Organization (CCFSO) is designed, built and run by family members of youth with developmental, mental health, emotional, social and/or behavioral needs. CCFSO was developed to provide peer to peer support, parent education and advocacy as families navigate the many systems their children may encounter. CCFSO works one a one to one basis in conjunction with families engaged with CMO but also provides a variety of community outreach programs and a warm line available Monday through Friday from 9am to 5 pm.
Today, NJ APSE provides advocacy and education concerning the value of employment translating into "Real Work for Real Pay"! We work to expand employment opportunities. We promote best practices that result in services leading to employment. We drive state and local legislation and policy that leads to social and economic advancement.
Planning for Adult Life is a statewide project funded by the NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) to assist young adults (between the ages of 16-21) with developmental disabilities and their families in charting a life course for adulthood.
AIC is dedicated to leadership, advocacy and connections in promoting culturally-responsive and linguistically appropriate inclusive mental health services for diverse populations. AIC specializes in counseling, education and community advocacy as well as collaborations with many area partners in serving the under-served and those with disabilities. We support the development of bilingual-bicultural mental health professionals, and we work with key stakeholders, constituency groups, and public and private partners to promote wellness and mental health.