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We provide a wide range of information about support, resources, and services for families in Ocean County, New Jersey.

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Ocean ResourceNet is sponsored by Ocean Partnership for Children.   

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Families can find specific recreational activities, health providers, support groups, and events in your area. If you are a resident of Ocean County, NJ, please subscribe to our Monthly Events and News.
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Health Providers and Community Organizations are able to list their community and health resources, hotlines, support groups, and events. Do you provide services in Ocean County?

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POAC Autism Services Trainings

POAC offers a multitude of training opportunities throughout the state of New Jersey.  Our workshops are available in full day sessions, half day sessions, evening sessions, and can be packaged as a full series.  They are run in locations throughout the state during the week and on weekends in an effort to meet the varied scheduling requirements of anyone involved with teaching and caring for those with autism.  All workshops have applications for a variety of developmental disabilities across varied environments.     

Tourette Syndrome: Stop Your Tics by Learning What Triggers Them

Tourette Syndrome was described in a professional publication as one of the "most mysterious medical curiosities on the planet. To date, the primary research has focused on genetics along with disappointing attempts to find suitable drug therapies. Yet for decades, patients have reported that they have noticed an association between tics and allergic, dietary, and environmental triggers.

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CSOC Summer Camp Services 2019

For youth determined eligible for developmental disability services, the New Jersey Children's System of Care (CSOC) will be providing Summer Camp Services to eligible children, youth, and young adults under 21 years of age.

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