NJ Autism Warriors

 

 The NJ Autism Warriors Facebook Page is the online support group for POAC where parents can learn from the experts (other parents) and enjoy the company of others living our life. Please note, this is a closed Facebook page only open to parents of children with autism. You can request to join by clicking on the link below.

Additionally, the NJ Autism Warriors is the official event group for POAC. This means in addition to the year-long free recreational events already offered by POAC, we can offer many more opportunities for our families to get together, socialize and support each other. Together, we are reaching and serving every area of New Jersey where we have local support.  

New Jersey Autism Warriors

NJ Autism Warriors Events

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Date & TimeEvent TitleLocationStatus
3-5-20
7:00pm - 9:00pm
NJAW Support Group MeetingNJAW EventOcean Inc. Child Care, One College Drive, Ocean County College, Toms River. Building 40Facebook Sign Up
3-7-20
12:00pm
NJAW Sensory Showing of OnwardNJAW EventAMC Loews Seacourt 10 Seacourt Pavilion 635 Bay Ave, Toms River, New Jersey 08753Facebook Sign Up
3-27-20 12:00pm -
3-29-20 5:00pm
NJAW Guys Trip to GettysburgNJAW EventGettysburg, PAFacebook Sign Up
3-27-20
4:30pm - 6:00pm
NJAW Kids Easter Paint PartyNJAW EventJersey Shore Paint Party 1787 Route 88, Brick TownshipFacebook Sign Up
3-28-20
12:00pm
NJAW Sensory Showing of MulanNJAW EventAMC Loews Seacourt 10 Seacourt Pavilion 635 Bay Ave, Toms River, New Jersey 08753Facebook Sign Up
4-4-20
12:00pm
NJAW Sensory Showing of Peter Rabbit IINJAW EventAMC Loews Seacourt 10 Seacourt Pavilion 635 Bay Ave, Toms River, New Jersey 08753Facebook Sign Up
4-18-20
12:00pm
NJAW Sensory Showing of Trolls 2NJAW EventAMC Loews Seacourt 10 Seacourt Pavilion 635 Bay Ave, Toms River, New Jersey 08753Facebook Sign Up
6-28-20
10:00am - 6:00pm
NJ Autism Warrior Event at DiggerlandNJAW EventDiggerland, 100 Pinedge Drive, West Berlin, NJFacebook Sign Up
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Recreation & Events

 

POAC provides year-long recreational events for the entire family, where children with autism feel welcome and accepted and where they can build life-long friendships.

 
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