The Paramus Workshop program, located in a barrier-free building, provides vocational training via a sheltered workshop experience to adults with disabilities aged twenty-one and over. Employment preparation skills are taught in structured and sequential steps. Work Readiness Instructional classes include skills training in career exploration, employment preparation, advocacy, travel training, person-centered planning, and linkages to community supports.
The Paramus Workshop program is frequently the site of a Department of Developmental Disabilities-funded respite program. The Respite program - Live & Learn - introduces adults to recreational pursuits and new hobbies. BCSS Paramus Workshop program site is a Department of Developmental Disabilities "Real Life Choices" vendor.
Additionally, the BCSS Parent Support Group led by Counselor Dr. Simcha Willick, Psy.D. meets once a month and is a viable resource for support, sharing, decision making, and the exchange of valuable information.
Please click on the below link for the 2013-2014 Support Group Calendar.