Planning for Adult Life activities, events, and materials are conducted and developed in partnership with
The Arc of New Jersey with funding from the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities
March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month!
The Division of Disability Services: An Important Connection to Resources and Supports

The Division of Disability Services (DDS) provides a single point of entry for those seeking disability-related information in New Jersey. 
DDS works to streamline access to services and information that promote and enhance independent living for individuals with all disabilities by facilitating coordination and cooperation among local, county, and state government agencies. Join us as their staff discuss the services that are provided and how you can get connected.

Wednesday, March 18, at 6pm

Bergen, Passaic, Essex, Hudson Counties, The Planning After High School Conference is Here!

These events are held throughout the state and consist of parent workshops on topics including: support coordination, the continuum of community services, financial planning, eligibility requirements, and where to find help.

The Planning Conference features a variety of exhibitors including: state and county government entities, community service providers, service coordinators, local health care support, recreation providers, and information & referral services. Families will have the chance to learn more about the resources in their communities and will also have the opportunity to speak with and interview potential service providers. 

  • Check our event calendar HERE
Handwashing from the World Health Organization
Proper hand hygiene is the most important thing you can do to prevent the spread of germs and to protect yourself and others from illnesses. Use this video as a teaching tool to help your student learn how.

To view the video... Click Here

Does Your Group Need A Speaker?
The Planning For Adult Life Program (PFAL) provides free presentations, hands-on workshops, and resources for school classrooms, parent groups, community or civic groups, and professional organizations. Our standard presentation is approximately 45 minutes long and includes a brief introduction to the PFAL program, presented by one of our staff. However, we are happy to accommodate special presentation requests with advance notice.
In general, we prefer to receive requests at least two weeks prior to the actual presentation date. After submitting the form, you will receive an email to confirm your request. To learn more and request a presentation, click HERE
Missed Any of Our Webinars?
Don't worry! We have recorded more than 45 videos on various topics and posted them so that you can view them on our Archived Webinar page. Just click HERE.