Eclc Of New Jersey helps the whole child develop socially, emotionally, academically and physically. Our program integrates academics with speech, language, physical and occupational therapies, counseling, social skills development, work-readiness preparation, activities of daily living and real job experiences. Our goal is to prepare our students to face the world of work and to prepare them to integrate into the communities where they live. Through the ECLC Foundation, the fundraising arm of the school, ECLC is able to provide funding for our after school programs, respite programs, alumni activities, and CPS. In addition, the Foundation makes scholarships available to students on an as-needed basis, as well as scholarship money for post high school planning. ECLC is committed to serving children and adults with severe disabilities. To meet the evolving needs of ECLC's alumni and the developmentally disabled population at large, ECLC of New Jersey is creating the PRIDE program.
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