This guide in PDF format is published by the New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (http://www.nj.gov/military/veterans/).
People with Different Abilities
The Cornell University Employment and Disability Institute(EDI) publishes annual reports on the prevalence of impairments in the U.S. State profiles are available and there is a report for NJ.
Dial 211 from any phone in New Jersey 24 hours/day, 7 days/week and receive information and referral assistance for community resources, such as affordable housing, food pantries, shelters, social
The NJ Division of Disability Services serves NJ adults who experience late-onset physical or cognitive impairments. Through their toll-free phone number, 1-888-285-3036, they offer information an
All NJ county offices on aging and disability services have merged and are now called Aging & Disability Resource Connections (ADRCs). This web site is a directory of the ADRCs by county.
Learning Ally is a nonprofit organization that records books for those with print disabilities, such as dyslexia and vision impairments. Its collections include textbooks.
The Web Accessibility Initiative (WA) of the W3C Consortium develops industry standards to ensure web accessibility for all.
Pathways for Caregivers is a NJ guide from the United Way of NJ Caregivers Coaltion.