Eden News

Eden Autism names Christine Simon a 2023 NJACP Star!

Eden Autism is proud to announce that Christine Simon received the 2023 NJACP Stars Award! We celebrated her achievement during NJACP’s virtual event on May 16.Read More

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Celebrating our #EdenInspires winners for the first half of FY23!

We are thrilled to announce the winners of our FY23 first and second-quarter #EdenInspires awards.Read More

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Staff Spotlight: Eden School Nurse Sharon Ammirati

It’s been over 20 years since nurse Sharon Ammirati began working with individuals with developmental disabilities, but her love for her job has never waned.Read More

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Hiring individuals with disabilities is a ‘win-win’ for Salt Creek Grille

As businesses continue to face staffing challenges, Salt Creek Grille was happy to welcome back a valuable workforce — Eden Autism’s students.Read More

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Metuchen High School Chamber Orchestra performs at Schalks Crossing

The Schalks Crossing Day Center was recently transformed into a concert hall as the Metuchen High School Chamber Orchestra performed for participants and staff.Read More

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This April, Eden Autism is recognizing all modes of communication

This April, we are raising awareness and acceptance of the variety of ways individuals with autism communicate.Read More

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Five Eden bowlers set to compete in NJSO state finals

Five of Eden’s bowlers will go for the gold as they compete in the New Jersey Special Olympics state finals!Read More

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Eden Autism joins NJACP and other providers for Advocacy Day

On March 20, Eden Autism joined NJACP in an effort to secure funding for community services in the FY24 budget.Read More

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Staff Spotlight: Lead DSP Hydia Giddens takes pride in her work

Hydia Giddens has grown tremendously since joining Eden Autism as a Direct Support Professional in 2019.Read More

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Eden Autism Among First to Earn NCASES Accreditation for Adult Services – the Eden School achieves its 5th

Eden remains part of the elite group of fewer than 30 special education programs across the country that have earned NCASES accreditation and an even smaller group of providers whose adult services are now accredited.Read More

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