Autism New Jersey is a nonprofit agency providing information and advocacy, services, family and professional education, and consultation. Autism New Jersey encourages responsible basic and applied research that may lessen the effects of, and potentially prevent, autism. Autism New Jersey is dedicated to ensuring that all people with autism receive appropriate, effective services to maximize their growth potential and to enhancing the general public's overall awareness of autism.
Autism NJ diligently works to help improve the lives of individuals with autism, and provide their families with compassionate support. Autism New Jersey is wholly committed to sharing its expertise in autism-related topics with all state residents. Families of young or adult children affected by autism, the professionals who work with them, legislators or government officials, media and concerned state residents turn to Autism New Jersey on a daily basis for assistance, compassionate support, guidance and training.
Through their Information and Advocacy Department, Autism New Jersey, Inc. offers referral lists for autism service professionals in many different categories. Click on the "Resources" links above for information on professionals in a variety of different service areas sorted by county.
Autism New Jersey, Inc. Referral List Policy: The individuals listed on www.autismnj.org have been recommended by other parents and have agreed to be on Autism New Jersey, Inc.'s referral lists. Please contact their offices to inquire about specific information such as insurance, Medicaid, etc. The description of services is listed exactly as submitted by professionals or as found in their literature.
Disclaimer: Autism New Jersey, Inc. maintains these referral lists as a service to families. They do not endorse or claim to have personal knowledge of the abilities of those listed. Autism New Jersey urges you to make independent judgment when selecting a professional to assist you.
To recommend a professional, download Autism New Jersey's Referral List Form
For further assistance, contact Autism New Jersey's Information and Advocacy Helpline, toll free, at 1-800-4-AUTISM, Monday through Friday, from 8:30am to 5:00pm, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit their Newsroom page, which was created to foster Autism New Jersey's ongoing rapport with the media. If you are a reporter or producer seeking accurate information for a story about autism, as well as New Jersey families affected by autism and the professionals that support them, Autism New Jersey can help. They successfully work with national, regional, state and local reporters and producers to address the issues affecting New Jersey's autism community.
Their Newsroom section is also is for families affected by autism who are interested in working with the media to tell their stories. To become an Autism New Jersey Media Specialist, click here.
Autism New Jersey thanks you in advance for your interest in autism, Autism New Jersey and the issues facing New Jersey's autism community.
Hope Arvanitis, Director, Communications and Marketing Dept.
Jessica Alloway, Coordinator of Communications & Marketing
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