The Family Resource Network

a comprehensive group of community-based programs and service organizations designed to meet the growing needs of individuals and families with disabilities.

 

More than 50 programs and services available

for New Jersey residents living with epilepsy, autism, developmental disabilities and chronic illness.

The Family Resource Network

a comprehensive group of community-based programs and service organizations designed to meet the growing needs of individuals and families with disabilities.

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More than 50 programs and services available

available for New Jersey residents living with epilepsy, autism, developmental disabilities and chronic illness

Families

Schedule a consultation. We assist your family with mobility, education, training, health and many other services. We’ll help with family support coordination.

Children

Offering fun and educational programs for school-age children with intellectual & developmental disabilities to successfully integrate with their peers.

Health

Join us for info on healthy eating, fitness programs, mobility and mental health issues. We can help navigate health insurance matters and much more.

Education

Find training sessions that provide professionals with tools for planning and promoting events. For higher education students, search scholarships.

Our Response to COVID-19

As information on the coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, dominates the news, we want to share with you guidance from the State of New Jersey and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The Family Resource Network continues to monitor the situation with our entire Network in mind. We are being proactive and have taken the steps to provide information and supports in a manner that prioritizes the health and safety for all.  

Featured Events

50th Anniversary Celebration

50th Anniversary Celebration

The Family Resource Network celebrates 50 years of finding innovative ways to improve the quality of life of the people we serve.  We look forward to helping people find independence and inclusion for the next 50 Years. 

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2021 Glow Walk Run

2021 Glow Walk Run

Epilepsy Services of New Jersey’s Glow Walk Run is a Halloween themed 5k walk/run complete with assorted activities and resources for families to enjoy while aiding ESNJ’s quest in raising funds and spreading awareness to improve the quality of life of those living with Epilepsy.

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FRN Impact Awards

FRN Impact Awards

The FRN Impact Awards aims to honor and appreciate the meritorious impact that its partners, supporters and stakeholders have had in advancing its mission to offer individuals and their families with continuing needs the greatest opportunities, resources and services...

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Paint The Pony Purple 2021

Paint The Pony Purple 2021

ESNJ’s Paint the Pony Purple is held every year at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park New Jersey to raise awareness for Epilepsy and provide a safe and fun concert for individuals with Epilepsy and their families.

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2021 Autism Beach Bash

2021 Autism Beach Bash

The AFSNJ Autism Beach Bash is held each summer on the 7th Ave. beach in Belmar, NJ and features a surf camp with Surfer’s Healing, a California based nonprofit specializing in working with children with special needs.

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A Fun Way to Participate in Autism Acceptance Month 

A Fun Way to Participate in Autism Acceptance Month 

#CelebrateDifferences Autism Family Services of New Jersey is excited about celebrating Autism Acceptance Month this April, a national movement to shift from “Autism Awareness Month” to “Autism Acceptance Month.” This change in terminology is critical...

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All Upcoming Events

Oct 23

8th Annual Glow Walk Run

October 23 @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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