The Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) hosts a unique educational and informational presentation called “Life Line for the Journey.” It is specifically designed for Parents and Guardians of children with developmental disabilities.
Life Line for the Journey aims to help families consider the appropriate steps in planning for children with developmental disabilities, from birth through age 14.
At these sessions, families can talk about problems they might encounter, such as, how to ask for and get assistance from large organizations or how to get the most from the education system.
One very valuable tool for families who attend the program is a folder they will receive. It is full of information about agencies and organizations dedicated to providing services to children with developmental disabilities.
We hope you will consider attending Life Line for the Journey.
DDD will hold sessions in every county in the state, on a rotating basis throughout the year. Please consult the flyers posted here for the time and place of an upcoming session near you.
Check this website regularly to find the most current times and locations for sessions convenient for you.
Please register for your session by contacting Laura Kay at the Family Support Center , at 1-732-528-8080. She will try to answer any questions you may have.
Online registration and directions available at www.fscnj.org.