Barlo & Associates Donates Capital Assessment Evaluation to LADACIN Network

Barlo & Associates Architects, LLC headquartered in Brick, New Jersey presented LADACIN Network’s Executive Director, Patricia Carlesimo with a Capital Needs Assessment to evaluate the safety and physical infrastructure of three LADACIN buildings and provide a template for LADACIN to use on its remaining facilities. The project, valued at $15,000 was donated by Barlo & Associates as a result of their association with Monmouth-Ocean Development Council’s Project Connection, which marries members of the business community with nonprofits in need. ...

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Polar Bear Plunge draws Hundreds

The Atlantic Ocean wasn’t exactly welcoming on Saturday, with its chilly temperatures and sizeable waves.

However, it was not enough to keep more than 250 brave souls from charging into the water – some multiple times – in order to help raise funds for the LADACIN Network.

The Monmouth County-based nonprofit agency helps provide continuum of care – such as educational, therapeutic, social, residential and support services – to infants, children and adults with complex physical and developmental disabilities or delays.

Since ...

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Anthony’s Success Story

Nine year old Anthony came to LADACIN at 3 years old. When he began, his reading was limited to sight words and picture prompts. Now Anthony reads full stories. His teacher, Ms. Joanne, noted Anthony’s sense of accomplishment and enthusiasm for learning. “Anthony barely has the cover closed on one book before he eagerly asks ‘Can I get a new story?’ ” She notes his reading has helped his ability to recall, his comprehension, his communication and his confidence.

Anthony’s enthusiasm ...

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LADACIN Goes Global

What began as a workshop for LADACIN Network’s Speech and Occupational therapists quickly became a world renowned event. Kyle Keel, Coordinator of Therapy Services for LADACIN’s Schroth Center, is fully committed to the professional development of her staff. That’s why over two years ago she reached out to Dr. Kay A. Toomey, Ph.D., who developed a program for treating children with feeding difficulties. Dr. Toomey, a highly in-demand international speaker, was booked years out. Ultimately, LADACIN was pleased to ...

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