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Social Skills Building Network is a prevocational program that runs year-round groups for adults 18 and over (with or without diagnoses) that teaches and improves micro and macro skills in areas that are vital to success in the workplace, college, or everyday interactions. Offered in Wayne and Parsippany.

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Leisure Trax offers adults with developmental and learning disabilities vacation and travel opportunities, including weekend trips and extended vacations with domestic and international destinations. Free travel (some trips) offered to eligible people who reside in the Bronx. Also can potentially offer as a waiver respite to people 18+ residing in Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, or Brooklyn at home with their families.

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In partnership with the Frost Valley YMCA sleepaway camp, YAI/NIPD offers an award-winning inclusive camping experience in the Catskills to children and teens with developmental and learning disabilities, ages 8 and up.

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The Coffeehouse program for adults provides an environment where participants can expand their social circles and become active members of the community. The program includes activities focusing on improving self-esteem, maturity and independence.

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Support Coordinators assist people with developmental disabilities and their families to enroll in and gain access to services and supports appropriate to their needs.

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NIPD/NJ provides information and referral services for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (I/DD), parents, professionals, and caregivers looking to access services in New Jersey.

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Residential services are provided in NYC, Long Island, Weschester county, Rockland county and some parts of New Jersey. Options include 24 hour supervised residences and less than 24 hour supportive residences. 

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In-home respite provides families with loved ones with intellectual and developmental disabilities a break from their daily routine. Trained staff provides scheduled care for the person with a disability.