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ae888Adult Community Services Program

  • ACS

    The ae888Adult Community Services (ACS) opened in January 2020.  ACS is a program that offers individuals 21 and over, who are enrolled with DDD and Medicaid, an opportunity to strive for independence by helping to develop their social, emotional, and life skills. To explore individuals' interests, ACS offers opportunities to participate in community inclusion and pre-vocational learning experiences. Hands-on experience that can be transferred to real-world opportunities is a cornerstone of ACS in assisting young women and men into adulthood. The program is located on the Piscataway Campus. 


           Support, Services and Resources 

    • Transition Timeline
    • NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities: 
    • Selecting a Support Coordination Agency: 
    • Selecting a Support Coordination Agency-Spanish:
    • Getting the Community Life You Want: A Guide to Home and Community Based Services Advocacy:  
    • New Jersey Council on Developmental Disabilities: 
    • Special Needs Care for Adult Children: Your Care Options: Information to help find the right type of special needs caregiver for adult children with special needs. 
    • Resources for Adults With Disabilities:  Lists a range of resources and support groups in New Jersey for adults with special needs.
    • Middlesex ResourceNet: A extensive list of services for families living in Middlesex County. 
    • A Guide to Family Caregiver Resources: Lists organizations that can help take care of a loved one with special needs, including educational programs, caregiving tips, support groups and assistance with medical needs and financial obligations.