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Wood Ridge ATC 5The Wood-Ridge ATC clients  enjoyed a day trip to the Ross Dock Picnic Area  just north of the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, NJ. We had a splendid day fishing, playing Frisbee, and hiking.  We enjoyed having a picnic lunch and discussing the geographic and national history between New Jersey / New York and the Hudson River that divides the two states.

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SAAt the Wood Ridge Program adults learn and practice daily social skills and self-advocacy.

The self-advocacy process is simply the everyday interaction with people in the adult’s life. Adults are empowered and encouraged to request, inquire, and ask questions pertaining to their needs and want both in-house and in the community.


  • Approaching cashiers or customers service reps at stores
  • Using telephone to call in or inform staff of absents or tardiness
  • Converse with staff and peers regarding daily situations and feelings
  • Learn how to set goals, make decisions, and work through conflict
  • Practice skills needed to get what you really want

Practice skills to be more assertive 


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