People & Families, the NJCDD’s nationally recognized magazine, focuses on issues of importance to the developmental disabilities community in New Jersey.

Published four times a year, the magazine also provides vital up-to-date information for families and self-advocates; highlights organizations, programs, and individuals that make positive changes in the developmental disabilities community; and shares noteworthy developmental disabilities stories from across the state and across the nation. Read our current issue 

NJ Common Ground

Published three times per year, the NJCDD’s publication Common Ground has been reaching out to a broad range of stakeholders – general education teachers, parents, legislators, speech therapists, and others – to share information about issues that affect students with disabilities. Visit NJ Common Ground

NJCDD’s Eye on Advocacy Weekly E-Newsletter

Introducing Eye on Advocacy, a new NJCDD weekly e-newsletter focusing on important news and events for the I/DD community. It will be published every Tuesday and replaces the monthly Advocacy in Action e-newsletter. We welcome news items and encourage your feedback about this publication. Eye on Advocacy.

NJCDD Disability in Focus blog

With each new post, we’ll be following important news, legislation, and current events that affect people with developmental disabilities and their families. We’ll provide commentary on issues that matter and new trends in our communities. And, occasionally, we’ll invite guest contributors to provide their unique perspectives on a variety of topics important New Jersey’s DD community. Most importantly though, we’ll invite you, our readers, to join the conversation and share your views.  Disability in Focus Blog

Annual Report

The report outlines the major work that has been done through the NJCDD’s various programs, special projects the Council undertook, and funding that the Council provided for innovative independent projects which benefit people with developmental disabilities in New Jersey. The report also serves as an overview of the NJCDD, its overall goals, and its mission to those who may not be familiar with its role within the state. NJCDD’s Annual Report

Council Literature

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 and created literature on education, civic responsibility, bullying and emergency preparedness. Council Literature