NEW JERSEY: Disability Allies is an organization whose goal is to connect young adults with and without disabilities in a social environment. In addition to this, Disability Allies provides job coaching, pre-vocational training, and life skills through Direct Support Professionals.

WATCH VIDEO HERE FOR THE HISTORY OF DISABILITY ALLIES AND THE PROGRAMS OFFERED: 

 

The community center offers such activities as Theater, Technology instruction, Cooking, Fine Art and Life Skills.

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According to the theater director, Matt Holbert, of Disability Allies he stated,”Creating a more inclusive community by connecting young adults with or without special needs.“

Disability Allies is a non-profit organization, founded by Ross Yellin, who has been diagnosed with Tourette’s Syndrome, anxiety and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). The organization has a full-time day program and a Saturday program.

For information about the programs, contact:

Harriet Shander

SupportServices@disabilityallies.com

908-848-0385

Young adult community center

415 Route 18, Suite 3

East Brunswick, NJ 08816

Saturday program:

Morning Session-9am-2pm

Afternoon Session-2:30pm-7:30pm

Full Time Day Program-9am-3pm, 5 days/week with extended Saturday hours from 3-6:30pm.

Call 732-360-8065 for details. 

A word from our reporter Ethan: "I like disability allies because it is better than staying at home and watching tv. The people there are nice and when I do something great they say “clap it up.” I really love music because I can bang on a drum."

Disability Allies, Inc. (DA) is a 501(c)(3) Non- Profit Organization based in East Brunswick, NJ, focused on creating a more inclusive community by connecting young adults with and without Special Needs.