- U.S. Department of Education-IDEA 2004
- N.J. Department of Education-Special Education
- N.J. Department of Education-Transition from School to Adult Life
This site contains resources that are intended to assist schools, families, students, and others in understanding what to do for successful transition to happen, and how to do it.
- Parental Rights In Special Education (PRISE)
- Department of Developmental Disabilities (DDD)
- Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)
ASAH is a not-for-profit organization of private schools and agencies in New Jersey which provide highly specialized services to more than 11,000 infants, children and young adults with disabilities. A new second edition of ASAH’s The Private School Option for Children with Disabilities: What Parents Need to Know, is now available.
- The Family Support Center of New Jersey
The Family Support Center is a clearinghouse of up-to-date information on national, state and local family support programs, services and disabilities. The Center offers a “One-Stop-Shopping” approach to individuals seeking information on disabilities and services by providing them with easy access to a comprehensive array of services. FSCNJ responds to the needs of families who are experiencing emotional distress and feelings of isolation, lack of information surrounding their child’s development and the services available to them.
- National Association of Private Special Education Centers (NAPSEC)
NAPSEC was established in 1971 to represent private specialized education programs serving individuals with disabilities and their families. NAPSEC represents early intervention services, schools, residential therapeutic centers, postsecondary college experience and adult living programs. NAPSEC members serve both publicly and privately placed individuals with disabilities.