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National Institute for People with Disabilities of New Jersey

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Founded in 1998, the National Institute for People with Disabilities of New Jersey (NIPD/NJ) provides a variety of services to people with developmental disabilities and their families. With an emphasis on creating opportunities for individuals to live as independently as possible, NIPD/NJ offers supervised, supportive and independent residential programs in New Jersey. By providing in-home respite, information and referral, camping and recreation, after-school, socialization and vocational programs, NIPD/NJ also supports children and adults with disabilities who reside at home with their families. Visit our Careers site to search jobs at NIPD/NJ.

NIPD/NJ in the News

ABC News/Nightline, May 30, 2006, “Love Complicates Life Even for the Autistic”
http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/Health/story?id=2019736&page=1

The Associated Press, April 12, 2004, “Autistic Man Expresses Himself with the Piano; Music May Improve Social Skills for People with Condition"
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4721389/ 

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