NJACE hosts ADOS-2 Clinical and Toddler Training with Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology

NJACE, through partnership with the Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP), hosted the ADOS-2 Clinical and Toddler Trainings on June 10-12. The trainings are critical to expand the skills of professionals across the state who are able to diagnose individuals on the spectrum and to expand services for families in need of diagnosis.…

Register for INSAR Institute 2019 webinar series!

The International Society for Autism Research (INSAR)’s “Understanding Heterogeneity in Autism Research and Clinical Practice: A Multidisciplinary Approach.” webinar series is approaching: a series of six free weekly interactive seminars designed for early-career researchers interested in autism. From their registration site From June 13th through July 25th, we will host a live webinar session during which participants…

NJACE Launches First Adult Issues Webinar

NJACE is proud to present it’s first ever Adult Issues webinar on Introduction to ASD, Adult Issues. A huge thank you to Amy Gravino and Kerry Magro, self-advocates and brilliant presenters, for launching our first webinar. For more information on the webinar series and to provide input on future topics, please visit our website under…

NJACE exhibits at The Arc of NJ Annual Event

NJACE, along with Children’s Specialized Hospital, exhibited at the Arc of NJ’s Annual Event with over 300 participants from various disciplines attending the conference. The event provided NJACE a chance to share resources, discuss training opportunities, distribute research flyers and share information about the repository. Overall was a great success! Thank you to the Arc…

Transition to Adulthood Event at CSH

Children’s Specialized Hospital Family Faculty gathered parents and guardians to discuss important issues regarding Transition to Adulthood on Friday, May 24th. Topics ranged from ‘How to prepare for Transition’ from Middle School years, High School years, 18-21 years and 21 and Up to Medical Providers to Community Resources. Thank you to CSH Family Faculty for…

Ciclovia Returns June 1st!

Join members of the community in participating in Ciclovia:   New Brunswick Ciclovia closes more than 3 miles of streets to city traffic so residents can walk, push baby strollers, skate, run, bike, use wheelchairs and walkers, rollerblade, dance, and utilize the roadways in countless creative and active ways.   See more here