Reports and Resources

CARF International Accreditation

Abilities is an accredited agency of CARF International for a period of three years for Community Employment Services. This includes Employment Supports and Job Development, Organizational Employment, Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation, Employee Development and Student Transition Services with an Autism Spectrum Disorder – Adult designation for each accredited service.

The latest accreditation is the 13th consecutive accreditation that CARF International has awarded to Abilities. This accreditation is a major accomplishment for Abilities, which is now the only non-profit organization in the northwest region of New Jersey with services accredited specifically for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Click the links below for a full copy of each report:

Annual Reports

Annual report information below are documentations of each fiscal year, which begins July 1 and ends June 30. If you have any questions about the information presented, please contact info@abilitiesnw.com or call (908) 689-1118.

Valuable Resources

OVER the age of 21

DDD’s Quick Guide for Families – Supports Program and Community Care Program Policies and Procedures

Other Resources:

Able – Final IRS Regulations

Autism New Jersey – Autism New Jersey is the largest statewide network of parents and professionals dedicated to improving lives of individuals with autism spectrum disorders

Center for Parent Information and Resources – (CPIR) serves as a central resource of information and products to the community of Parent Training Information (PTI) Centers and the Community Parent Resource Centers (CPRCs), so that they can focus their efforts on serving families of children with disabilities.

Dentably – Autism and Dental Care- A guide for their oral treatment. Going to the dentist can be a cause for anxiety for most of us, but it’s a very different feeling for those with autism.

Memory Care – MemoryCare.com’s mission is to support older adults living with memory impairment and their families by using the latest, data-driven research and collaborating with memory care experts to provide resources that are accessible to all who are in need. Whether you are in the early stages of memory or cognitive impairment or care for a loved one in the later stages, MemoryCare.com has tools that can help.

NJ Division of Disability Services– (DDS) provides a single point of entry for those seeking disability-related information in New Jersey- – provides a single point of entry for those seeking disability-related information in New Jersey

NJ WorkAbility Program – offers full New Jersey Medicaid health coverage to people with disabilities who are working, and whose earnings would otherwise make them ineligible for Medicaid-

Planned Lifetime Assistance Network for New Jersey – lifetime advocacy for persons with special needs-

Resume Builder – Resume and Employment Guide for People With Disabilities

Statewide Parent Advocacy Network – empowering families as advocates and partners in improving education, health, and mental health outcomes for infants, toddlers, children, and youth

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Program– pays benefits to adults and children with disabilities who have limited income and resources

Teach.com – A comprehensive list of digital resources for students with autism

United Way’s Pathway for Caregivers Guide– one-of-a-kind resource full of information, advice, and ideas about how to get the support caregivers need for their caregiving journey. It includes separate sections on caring for loved ones who are aging, have disabilities, or mental health issues