Autism Behavioral Services & Programs
Autism Behavioral Services, part of the Family Resource Network (FRN), utilize the wrap around model which is supported and funded by the New Jersey Division of Children and Family Services.
These FRN Services are available in NJ statewide.
FRN Behavioral services are provided through Autism Family Services of NJ and provides a variety of in-home intensive and educational supports to children with Autism and behavioral health challenges.
Applied Behavior Analysis Behavioral Services (ABA)
One-to-one ABA sessions design ethical teaching and intervention plans for children with intense and at time challenging behaviors.
Individual Support Services (ISS)
One-to-one sessions focus on acquiring and improving socialization and adaptive skills necessary to function independently in the home and community.
Intensive In-Home Services (IIH)
One-to-one sessions provide individualized treatment plans focused on decreasing problem behavior and other barriers to learning.
New Jersey Public and Private Agencies serving the needs of families affected by autism
POAC Autism Services – a nonprofit group providing free training, services, outreach and support to children and adults with autism and their families and professionals who serve them.
Autism New Jersey – COSAC has now become Autism NJ – Autism NJ (COSAC) is dedicated to ensuring that all people with autism receive appropriate, effective services to maximize their growth potential and to enhancing the general public’s overall awareness of autism.
Easter Seals of New Jersey – Respite, weekends, other support services specific to autism
NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities – State-funded services and programs
NJ Dept. of Health and Senior Services – Early Intervention Services/guidelines for autism
NJ Governor’s Council on Autism – Research grants
The Autism Center (TAC) of New Jersey Medical School (NJMS) – NJ Medical School, Diagnoses
Children’s Specialized Hospital – Diagnoses, programs, and services
Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund (CICRF)