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  1. ABA vs. DIR Create Your Own Review

    Posted By: Post 21 Club on June 23, 7:26 PM

    June 25, 2017: written by Post 21 Club A tale of two Methodologies- ABA: Since the 1970’s, families with Autism have scratched and clawed their way out of emotional devastation (and worse) toward something more palatable, to varying degrees, thanks to an approach stemming from the work of Dr. Ivar Lovaas, from that era. That […]

  2. Employing Individuals on the Spectrum Create Your Own Review

    Posted By: Post 21 Club on July 25, 2:17 PM

    April 19th, 2017 Margaret Gilbride, JD, CT, Instructor of Pediatrics, (Director of Transition, Employment, and Aging & Disability at The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities), spoke on the employment of individuals on the Spectrum. An Event hosted by Ryan Roy, Autism Advocate. Ms. Gilbride graduated from Indiana University School of Law and is a certified […]

  3. Fee for Service Clarification Create Your Own Review

    Posted By: Post 21 Club on June 23, 7:25 PM

    June 23, 2017: DDD Procedural Clarification on “Fee for Service” by Post 21 Club   If you’re a parent who lives in New Jersey and you care for one or more adult children with Autism, you’re used to changes in the DDD support system every few years.  Here’s what you’ve seen, heard, or dealt with: […]

  4. Informative Seminar On the Joydew Strengths Assessment Create Your Own Review

    Posted By: Post 21 Club on July 25, 2:16 PM

    On May 24, 2017, from 6:30 pm 8:30 pm, Moish Tov and Marybeth Burtt of Joydew, LLC presented an informative seminar on the Joydew Strengths Assessment, or “S.A.” The S.A. stands in stark contrast to the current over-riding mentality of what people with Autism CAN’T do, in seeking to uncover what they CAN do. The […]

  5. Interview with Moish Tov, CEO of Joy Dew Create Your Own Review

    Posted By: Sam Fogelgaren on March 16, 1:06 PM

    If there is such thing as a traditional path into constructing an adult autism program, Moish Tov has not followed it. A serial entrepreneur with experience in the technology and medical device industries, Tov’s path to building an adult autism program emanated from his two children (who both have autism). Upon visiting various potential adult […]

  6. New Healthcare Law- Senate Vote Delayed Create Your Own Review

    Posted By: Post 21 Club on July 12, 9:48 PM

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell stumbles in drive to pass the Senate version of Obamacare “repeal and replace”. If the measure does not pass by July 7, the Nation faces a fork in the road- greater troubles, or alternatively the Republicans will be forced to work with the Democrats across the aisle in creating a […]

  7. New Jersey Creates Ombudsman for Disability Services Create Your Own Review

    Posted By: Sam Fogelgaren on January 12, 4:24 AM

    Earlier this week, Governor Chris Christie signed A-3824 into law. The law ‘establishes Office of Ombudsman for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities and their families.’ From Lilo H. Stainton of NJ Spotlight: “Estimated to cost anywhere from $150,000 to $1.9 million annually, depending on its workload, the ombudsman and a limited staff would be […]

  8. New Jersey Family Care update- June, 2017 Create Your Own Review

    Posted By: Post 21 Club on July 12, 9:49 PM

    (By Beverley Roberts, the ARC of NJ) June 2017: NJ FamilyCare – Important Information It is important for families and staff to be aware of the necessity of completing the NJ FamilyCare renewal application if it arrives in the mail. The renewal application is mailed to those who already have Medicaid, and it is necessary […]

  9. New Senate Healthcare Bill delayed but still a threat to Adults with Autism Create Your Own Review

    Posted By: Post 21 Club on July 12, 9:47 PM

    The Republican-controlled Senate continues on its drive to repeal Obamacare and replace it with new legislation which may threaten Medicaid funding to the Adults with Autism population, even after Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was forced to delay the Senate vote for a week and a half to attempt to sway and obtain more positive votes. […]

  10. Personal Preference Program: An Overview Create Your Own Review

    Posted By: Post 21 Club on March 12, 5:12 PM

    Q: “Why should I be interested in the Personal Preference Program (PPP)?” A: If you and/or your relatives spend a significant part of your week providing caregiving services to your adult child who lives with Autism, the Federal government and NJ State can and will compensate all those involved, up to certain limits, as “employees” […]