Times of transition can be the most exciting and challenging of a person’s life. What can I try next? Where am I going to live? Where will I meet new friends?

These are all questions anyone going through a transition in life will naturally ask. For those with an intellectual/developmental disability, these questions are often difficult to answer, especially, What happens after high school?

JESPY House Transition Services bring years of experience in helping young people with intellectual/developmental disabilities progress into the adult world. The program is tailored to meet the unique needs of each client. Working with high schools, we gently ease young adults into activities that best meet their needs.

Through the following JESPY services, young adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities become empowered to gradually and confidently move away from their childhood services and begin to look towards the future as they:

  • Try new things
  • Make new friends
  • Prepare for living as a more independent adult
Transitioning Into Independence

Schedule an interview with JESPY’s Intake Coordinator to tour the program and discuss service options, by calling (973) 762-6909, Ext: 302.

JESPY Staff is Also Available To
  • Assist with understanding the services and supports from the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities.
  • Assess/discuss clinical needs for referral to JESPY Clinical Services and/or 8-week behavioral health workshops.
  • Assist the family with future planning needs.
Engagement & Enrichment
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