Advocates say families should regularly revisit the conversation around guardianship, especially as circumstance change, individuals age, and mental and health capacities decline.
Advocates estimate 150,000 New Jersey residents have intellectual or developmental disabilities. Despite no official numbers, they also believe one-third have a mental illness, too.
The symposium brought together families, caregivers and medical professionals all focused on making the already difficult aging process less stressful and painful for adults with developmental and ...
Project Search trains disabled high school students with transferable skills to help them transition into the workforce.
The SHA offers a guide for finding affordable, permanent housing for the developmentally disabled in community settings.
Supportive Housing Association Executive Director Gail Levinson says New Jersey needs more affordable housing options, particularly for the developmentally disabled.
Unemployment is at a nine-year low -- 4.3 million New Jersey residents are working. And Christie's dedicating millions to train even more. Rival lawmakers have competing bills to save Atlantic City. ...