Jewish Ma’ayan Program
908-232-6770, ext. 137
Ma’ayan is a program of the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest. Ma’ayan’s goal is to ensure that a Jewish education is accessible to every child. We are committed to helping Jewish families provide their children with a Jewish education and fulfill their dreams of seeing their child called to the Torah as a Bar/Bat Mitzvah. Participation in the Ma’yaan program is sufficient to fulfill the requirements for Bar/Bat Mitzvah. However, families may use Ma’ayan to supplement their child’s existing religious education program at another synagogue.
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.
The Wae Center Chavurah Program is a Jewish experience program for adults with developmental disabilities, ages 18 and up. The Chavurah meets 2 Sunday morning each month from 10-12, incorporating art, music, and Jewish life experiences.
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.
Minyan Meyuchad is a monthly Shabbat service, lunch and extended program for teens and adults with developmental disabilities, sponsored by The Joint Chaplaincy Committee of Greater MetroWest NJ. For more information, please contact Cecille at email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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