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What’s the NJCDD?
The NJCDD provides a platform for individuals, family members, advocates, and public and private agencies to develop a coordinated social policy for advancing the rights and opportunities of New Jersey residents with developmental disabilities.
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The New Jersey Council on Developmental Disabilities (NJCDD) will be processing requests for electronic devices from adults (21 and older) with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) enrolled with the NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities Community Care Program or Supports Program. NJCDD has modified an existing contract with The Arc of New Jersey in response to the continued COVID-19 Pandemic to assist in this effort. Click here for application instructions
The New Jersey Council on Developmental Disabilities (NJCDD) is currently accepting proposals to develop an Employment and Day Services Comprehensive, Authoritative White Paper and an Action-Oriented Plan for Advocacy which will provide system change recommendations and strategies.
Applicants must submit a full project proposal for funding consideration by 2p.m., Tuesday, November 10, 2020 to be considered. Click here for the timeline & application instructions
Supports Program and Community Care Program Policies and Procedures: A Quick Guide for Families
The NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities, in collaboration with the Regional Family Support Planning Councils, has developed an easy-to-follow guidebook for New Jersey’s Supports Program and Community Care Program.