Jewish Education Program
This program provides children ages 5-21 years old with special needs a Judaic curriculum that enables them to embrace Judaism throughout their lifetime to the best of their individual abilities. The program teaches holiday celebrations, Jewish values, customs, t’fillot, Torah stories and Hebrew letter and word identification.
WAE (Wellness, Arts and Enrichment) Center
The WAE (Wellness, Arts and Enrichment) Center provides daily programming for adults with developmental disabilities based on the belief that learning, spirituality, and creativity are a lifelong journey.
Jewish Vocational Service of MetroWest
Jewish Vocational Service of NJ provides comprehensive vocational rehabilitation services to individuals with disabilities age 14 through adulthood. Those served include individuals with emotional, physical, neurological, developmental, visual, and hearing disabilities. Specialized services for students with disabilities, including school-based vocational evaluations, are provided in the School to Careers Transition Program.
Workshops are periodically offered for educators working with children with special needs, either in the classroom or recreational setting. For more information on the current workshops being presented, please contact Rebecca Wanatick, Community Coordinator, at (973) 929-3129 or email@example.com.
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