According to The Journal of Frontiers in Neuroscience, a high impact peer-reviewed, open access platform to communicate scientific facts, over 1/2 million people worldwide are interested in learning more about sensory-motor differences in Autism. The NJACE PI Torres spearheaded the effort in 2012: With 38 articles and 91 authors, including self-advocates and parents, this Research…Details
The NJ Autism Center of Excellence is proud to offer the NJ Governor’s Council Faculty Scholarship award in the amount of $10,000. The goal of the award is to expand the pool of health/allied health professional students trained to provide effective services to people with ASD. This 1 year funding opportunity is available to faculty…Details
NJACE PI Dr. Elizabeth Torres and Center Coordinator Ernesto Gonzalez met with Superintendent Mark J. Finkelstein, Assistant Superintendent Gary Molenaar from the Educational Services Commission of New Jersey and Dr. Erik Solber (BCBa) Principal of Academy Learning Center. This is an effort to bring cutting edge technology to our public schools. The NJACE innovative engine is transforming…Details
The New Jersey Autism Center of Excellence attended the Profectum Foundation 8th Annual NY/NJ Conference where Dr. Elizabeth Torres was the plenary keynote speaker. She presented: “The New Frontier: Redefining Autism from the Movement Sensing Perspective” and got a standing ovation. For more information visit the conference websiteDetails
NJACE was present at the Autism Speaks Morris-Union Walk on Sunday, October 21! We were so happy to meet various families and professionals in the community and share information about our new repository. For more information, feel free to email us at email@example.com. Looking forward to the next event!Details
The New Jersey Autism Center of Excellence (NJACE) was proud to exhibit for the very first time at Autism New Jersey’s 36th Annual Conference at Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center in Atlantic City, NJ. This conference provided more than 100 exhibits and over 70 presentations all surrounding one goal, improving lives of those with ASD. NJACE shared…Details
NJACE brainstorms with IBM and takes first steps to introduce technology to autism interventions for the first time! Moving away from a one size fits all model and towards a truly objective and personalized approach. Building spontaneous autonomy early on in childhood to transition into adult independent living!
Dr. Torres will presenting at the upcoming Profectum conference! For more information or to register, please visit: https://mailchi.mp/profectum/nynj2018-conference-10-11-475701 Relationships: The Key to Progress Redefining Autism from the Movement-Sensing Perspective 2018 NY/NJ Conference October 28th and October 29th, 2018 ROBERT TREAT HOTEL 50 Park Place – Newark, NJDetails
On October 10, 2018, Rutgers featured the NJACE Faculty Scholarship for Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinical Course Development on The Current, a Faculty and Staff Newsletter. Take a look at that and other important news here.