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NJ’s rank not good for long-term elder care

New Jersey falls in the middle of the pack in its quality of long-term services and support for the elderly and developmentally disabled adults, according to a recently released state-by-state scorecard from AARP, The Commonwealth Fund, and The SCAN Foundation.

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Equal sports chances for NJ disabled kids [AUDIO]

Under a bill Gov. Chris Christie signed into law Thursday, New Jersey schools are now required to allow students with disabilities to sign up for and take part in extracurricular sports programs.

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Chris Christie Tours Site For Developmentally Disabled

Gov. Chris Christie has made another visit to a facility for developmentally disabled residents.

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Image courtesy of WPVI-TV
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NJ Home For Developmentally Disabled Robbed

Police say three armed men forced their way into a southern New Jersey group home for people with developmental disabilities, bound a group of employees with tape and stole two safes.

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NJ Settles Suit Over Developmentally Disabled

New Jersey is planning to move 600 developmentally disabled adults out of big institutions and into group homes under a legal settlement.

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Eileen Coyne, Caregivers of NJ by Rosetta Key Townsquare Media
Eileen Coyne, Caregivers of NJ by Rosetta Key Townsquare Media
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Big State Transition for Developmentally Disabled Children [AUDIO]

Thousands of New Jersey Families who have children with developmental disabilities are either filled with fear or anticipation as a result of big changes on the state level when it comes to the department now providing their services.

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Two in NJ Sentenced For Neglecting Disabled Women

A former New Jersey caseworker and a private caretaker have been sentenced to three years in state prison for neglecting three developmentally disabled women.

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