Grainger Foundation Enhances Communication for Children and Adults

Many students and clients that attend LADACIN are non-verbal due to the nature of their disability. As you can imagine, the ability to communicate effectively opens up a new world for children and adults who have previously been unable to express themselves in meaningful ways. LADACIN’s augmentative library contains a myriad of devices that enable students and clients to communicate. Based on an individual’s motor skills touchscreens, electronic switches and head and chin pointers are all in use.  As technology advances, so ...

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Honored Contributors Recognized at LADACIN’s 35th Annual Rosebud Gala

 

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Several hundred people gathered at the Sheraton Eatontown on March 12th for LADACIN Network’s premier fundraising event, the Rosebud Gala. In addition to dining and dancing, the elegant evening included an award ceremony in which the Agency’s most prestigious partners are acknowledged.

Donations from TD Bank and TD Charitable Foundation have supported adults living in LADACIN group residences as well as pre-school children at LADACIN’s Give and Take Child Care and preschool facility. The Kennedy E. Kowalski Charitable Foundation has donated ...

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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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