The New Horizons Program (Age 18-21)

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The Ramapo New Horizons Program offers young adults, ages 18-21 with disabilities, a transition-to-adulthood program that includes community based instruction, life coaching, and a structured learning experience. The program provides Community Based Instruction in functional academics and life skills. The goal of this program is for students to develop the necessary independent living skills to live in supervised housing apartments in addition to ascertaining employment skills to prepare them for independently working in jobs without supervision. NEW HORIZONS APPLICATION.pdf

Our program offers an individualized opportunity for each students to develop academics through life and employment skills.

* Social Skills
* Independence
* Daily Living Skills
* Career Exploration
* Job Readiness Skills
* Job Specific Skills

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Important information for all parents DVRS: Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
Any individual with a physical, mental, cognitive, or other form of disability that has a substantial impediment to employment may qualify for DVRS.
They offer services for the following: * Vocational Counseling and Guidance * Placement * Supported Employment * Job Search Skill Development * and much, much, more! DVRS website: DDD: Division of Developmental Disabilities The Mission of DDD is to assure the opportunity for individuals with developmental disabilities to: * Receive quality services * Participate in meaningful communities * Exercise their right to make choices Click below for steps to accessing Services/Supports from DDD: DDDInformation.pdf DDD Email Help Desk * Supports Program Help Desk [email protected] * Medicaid Eligibility Help Desk [email protected] * Fee-for-Service Implementation Help Desk [email protected] Access Link - NJ Transit NJ Transit Access Link
What Are Accessible Services? Accessible Services are a variety of modes of public transportation and information available to people with disabilities and senior citizens. * They consist of the accessible rail and light rail vehicles, lift –equipped and kneeling buses, Access Link ADA para transit, Community para transit, the Reduced Fare Program, Customer Service and more NJ TRANSIT Contact Customer Service for comments about bus, rail and light rail services at:  Phone:  (973) 275-555 TT          (800) 772-228  Project2016-2017
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