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The Adults with Disabilities Continuum offers a variety of vocational training and work experiences for adults with disabilities who are not ready for supported employment. The Paramus, Rockleigh, and Wood-Ridge Workshop Programs provide adults with choices and experiences in contract work, career exploration, health education, travel training, self-advocacy, community-based activities, and structured and sequential steps leading to employment outcomes. Stepping Stones, a program for adults with significant cognitive and behavioral disabilities, provides instruction and experiences in contract work, adult daily living skills, and community integration.

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Progressive Paths offers instruction and experiences in contract work, adult daily living skills, health education, community integration, and the development of social and recreational skills. Careers Through Technology is a technology-based program for adults with significant physical and/or developmental disabilities that provides intensive instruction in technology, independent living skills, work skills, travel training, accessing the community, and self-advocacy.
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Two of the Adult Programs, the Paramus Workshop and Rockleigh Workshop, provide services to "Real Life Choices" participants. The "Real Life Choices" program was introduced by the Division of Developmental Disabilities as one of the expanded options for adults and families living together and seeking additional services. The program, which provides services through contract work and Work Readiness Instruction, empowers adults and families to direct services and make selections based on individual support needs. Work Readiness Instruction focuses on specific learning modules and the concept of person-centered planning. Learning modules include self-advocacy, communication skills, employment preparation skills, introduction to community supports, and career exploration. The instruction is oriented toward work readiness and linkage to the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services (DVRS) for employment.



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