An update on Eden Autism’s health and safety practices

As news of coronavirus in New Jersey has been reported, we’d like to share the precautions Eden Autism is taking to protect our vulnerable population and staff.

Eden leadership has, and will continue to participate in webinars, meetings, and conference calls with state and federal agencies and organizations to remain apprised of the most recent information and support available.

Additional cleaning and disinfection is taking place across our locations, and program staff will continue to monitor participants for symptoms and promptly coordinate with each person’s healthcare provider and/or family in the event that symptoms appear to be present.

Finally, we are evaluating activities that individuals participate in, to reduce exposure to large groups of people in very close proximity.


  • Do not visit any Eden location if you are feeling unwell, including our school, day centers, or any group home/apartment.
  • Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • If you need to cough or sneeze, cover your nose and mouth with your elbow or a tissue. However, if you are frequently sneezing or coughing, we ask that you please stay home until you feel better.

We encourage everyone to stay safe and be mindful in the coming months to ensure the health of our entire community. For more information about coronavirus, please visit the New Jersey Department of Health’s website.