The New Jersey Institute for Disabilities (NJID) is dedicated to the provision of comprehensive, superior, multi-faceted programs of service to individuals with developmental and related disabilities and their families regardless of race, gender, creed, economic status or age.
To this end, NJID shall:
offer programs to enrich the lives and enhance the development of infants, children and adults with developmental and related disabilities to enable each individual to achieve full potential;
provide, as early as possible, evaluation, identification, diagnosis and services to infants, children and adults so that the presence and severity of functional needs can be significantly reduced;
foster dignity, independence and purposefulness to all persons who enter into NJID’s programs;
maintain the community’s trust and confidence in the work of NJID;
serve as a resource and a partner for life for consumers and their families.
Partners for Life
Serving more than 1,500 infants, children and adults with developmental