Presented by the Monmouth County Workforce Investment Board, this job fair features over 140 Employers. No registration required.
Taste of the Towns is an event to Benefit: Camp Quality NJ, youth activities, scholarships & IEP Youth Services, Inc., programs and services to youth. Sample specialty menu items, wine, beer and desserts.
Join Meridian Pediatric Network for an afternoon of rockin’ fun where kids and parents alike will enjoy fun, educational, and health-conscious activities! Try your hand at surgery (gummy bear surgery, that is), meet members of Meridian’s Pawsitive Action Team, win cool iPlay America prizes, and learn about resources available for your family.
In one unique event, this conference integrates learning about typically developing children as well as those with special needs, including autism.
Must be a parent or caregiver of a child or young adult with mental illness, behavioral challenges, addiction or developmental delays and want to provide support to other parents.
For those who prefer to reach 2NDFLOOR via text message, counselors are available for texting on Friday evenings from 4-8 PM.
The Women’s Program at Tinton Falls will offer four treatment programs: trauma, trauma and addiction, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and emotion regulation. Services may later expand to include our emotional eating and Supporting Adolescent Girls Emotionally (SAGE) programs.
Pediatric Neurologist Sue Ming and Pediatric Geneticist Beth Pletcher, professors at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, have worked with children with ASD for more than a decade and have seen firsthand the struggles parents face in educating themselves on how to work effectively with the medical community.
So they decided to help — by empowering parents, whom they call the "most critical component in the medical team."