There is so much useful information here to help support parents, teachers, law enforcement providers, and people with autism. Whether you are looking for support, information, access to forms and documents you have seen at POAC trainings, or access to other web sites, you will find it here. If you are the parent of a child with autism, be sure to check out the NJ Autism Warriors link. It's a great place for parents to communicate with each other, share challenges and triumphs, and ask practical questions. There are a lot of great articles and documents here as well, many of which you have seen or heard about at POAC training sessions. There are some really great tools here and we hope they will help you teach and reach your child or student with autism.
The Difference Blog
This blog explores the many aspects of autism including challenges, strengths, learning styles, skills development, and so much more. We strive to present information that is informative, intriguing, and ultimately helpful to those with autism, their families, educators and other community services providers. We hope you will visit often.
NJ Autism Warriors
POAC's Online Support and Events Group
Join thousands of New Jersey parents in this on line forum. Get information and support and participate in some great community events.
Fact Sheets (PDF)
There is so much useful information here to help support parents, teachers, law enforcement providers, and people with autism. There are articles on ABA, social issues, the IEP process, transition issues and even some that are there just for inspiration.
You will find great information, articles, and forms to help keep children and adults with autism safe in the home, school, and community.
Links to Resources and Agency Members
Use these links to access additional resources and web sites.
Ocean/Monmouth County Challenger Sports League
This league is the first of its kind in our area - a middle and high school level challenger league which has been embraced by high schools in Ocean and Monmouth counties. It enables students with disabilities who would not ordinarily participate in typical middle school and high school sports, to now have the opportunity to play in a competitive sports league.
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# Of First Responders Trained by POAC
POAC trains thousands of police officers and first responders every year.
# Of Free Family Recreation Events
POAC's free recreational events are run throughout NJ and always include siblings.
# Of People Who Have Attended POAC Recreation Events
Thousands of families attend our free recreational events every year.