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Special Needs NJ, LLP provides individualized services to families that have  members with “special” needs.

Services offered:

  • ADVOCACY: IEP interpretation, Prep, and Meeting  attendance
  • Tutoring: academic, social, and cognitive differentiated  instruction
  • Life Skills: Training and transitioning
  • ABA Therapy:  behavioral, academic training for the student classified with autism spectrum disorder
  • Non-Medical assistance:  care for disabled and elderly: includes  Companionship, sitter services, transportation, Dr. apts., errands, and shopping.
  • General Educational Tutoring: for struggling students in ALL academic subjects.

“If a child cannot learn in the way we teach…

We must teach in a way the child can learn.”

~ Ivar Lovaas


Special Needs NJ, LLP believes that all children have the potential to succeed in school. Our dedicated tutors are committed to helping improve your child’s academic abilities – no matter the subject or skill level. We work to pinpoint the exact skills your child needs to learn.

All instruction is differentiated to the clients learning ability, mode of learning, with implementation of adaptive technology, auditory, visual or tactile aides.

Special Needs NJ, LLP works with each client individually, so your student receives the specific help he or she needs. To ensure success across communities, our tutors will work hand in hand with your school teachers to provide support and guidance

Advocacy What’s a parent to do?

Has your child recently been classified as having special needs at school and you don’t know what to do next?

If you have a child with special needs, you may wind up battling the school district for the services your child needs. To prevail, you need information, skills, and tools. One of those tools may be an advocate.

ad-vo-cate – Verb, transitive. To speak, plead or argue in favor of. Synonym is support.

  • One that argues for a cause; a supporter or defender; an advocate of civil rights.
  • One that pleads in another’s behalf; an intercessor; advocates for children.

Educational Advocates: Why an advocate?

As educational advocates we evaluate children with disabilities and make recommendations about services, supports and special education programs. When we go to eligibility and IEP meetings, we are acting on your child’s behalf. As your child’s educational advocate we can negotiate for services by relying on our knowledge of the special education laws to implement tactics and strategies that will provide instruction that “fits” your child’s disability.

What Advocates Do:

Advocacy is not a mysterious process.

Here is a quick overview of advocacy.

1. Gather Information

2. Learn the Rules of the Game

3. Plan and Prepare

4. Keep Written Records

5. Ask Questions, Listen to Answers

6. Identify Problems

7. Propose Solutions

As a parent of a special needs child we know that you must negotiate with schools for special education services. As your co-advocate we will negotiate,  discuss issues and make offers or proposals. We are all seeking “win-win” solutions that will satisfy the interests of you the parent, the child, and school  professional.

For more information; visit us at…

Or call…  (973) 534-3402

for a free 1/2 hour consultation

You Don’t have to go it alone…                                                                                                                                                Special Needs NJ, LLP                                                                                                                                                                         can help if…

  • Your child is not reaching their potential.
  • Your child has a “cookie cutter” IEP.
  • Your child is frustrated or “hates” school.
  • You and your child are struggling with    difficult behaviors at home, school, or in the community.
  • You don’t understand all those letters and terms used in the IEP meeting.
  • The CST is Not hearing you!
  • You have a “special” child and need some peace of mind.
  • You need someone who understands how you and your family are struggling and can help you  improve the quality of life as you know it.
  • Your child needs an academic boost or motivation.
  • You are caring for an aging parent

One thought on “Download a Brochure

  1. Mary Cece 09/30/2015 / 8:34 pm

    What is the fee for your services and do you take Medicaid?es

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