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Disabilities Allies connects young adults with and without special needs; online services available during COVID-19

Disability Allies is a non-profit organization in East Brunswick whose main objective is to create a more inclusive community by connecting young adults with and without special needs. Through team building, social activities and job skill development, members build relationships and capitalize on the confidence that has been developed. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Disability Allies is offering online classes and one-on-one services to clients and the surrounding community taught by the day program instructors. To register for online learning, visit disabilityallies.com/remotelearning. For more information about available services, contact Harriet Shander at 908-848-0385 or SupportServices@DisabilityAllies.com. To join the mailing list, visit disabilityallies.com/signup. For more on the organization, visit www.DisabilityAllies.com.PHOTO COURTESY OF AUDREY WEINER
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Disability Allies is a non-profit organization in East Brunswick whose main objective is to create a more inclusive community by connecting young adults with and without special needs. Through team building, social activities and job skill development, members build relationships and capitalize on the confidence that has been developed. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Disability Allies is offering online classes and one-on-one services to clients and the surrounding community taught by the day program instructors. To register for online learning, visit disabilityallies.com/remotelearning. For more information about available services, contact Harriet Shander at 908-848-0385 or SupportServices@DisabilityAllies.com. To join the mailing list, visit disabilityallies.com/signup. For more on the organization, visit www.DisabilityAllies.com.PHOTO COURTESY OF AUDREY WEINER

Disability Allies is a non-profit organization in East Brunswick whose main objective is to create a more inclusive community by connecting young adults with and without special needs. Through team building, social activities and job skill development, members build relationships and capitalize on the confidence that has been developed. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Disability Allies is offering online classes and one-on-one services to clients and the surrounding community taught by the day program instructors. To register for online learning, visit disabilityallies.com/remotelearning. For more information about available services, contact Harriet Shander at 908-848-0385 or SupportServices@DisabilityAllies.com. To join the mailing list, visit disabilityallies.com/signup. For more on the organization, visit www.DisabilityAllies.com.

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