Online Resources and Internet Safety
The Internet has dramatically changed the way we interact with the world and has provided many with a way to stay connected. However the internet can also put people at risk for cyberbullying, exposure to inappropriate material, online predators and the possibility of revealing too much personal information. Take a look at the resources below on internet safety, online communications, and how to best support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities on the internet.
What We Offer
The New Jersey Self-Advocacy project team offers a wide variety of trainings for adults with IDD. A member of our team will present a training for your group, free of charge! We are currently offering virtual trainings using Zoom or Google Meet.
Check out our Training page and fill out our Training Request Form to get started. If you don't see what you're looking for, feel free to request a training topic!
Tech Needs Survey
Take the survey below to let us know what kind of tech items or assistance you, your loved ones, or the people you support are in need of. This data will be utilized to inform future advocacy efforts to address this issue and/or develop a funding proposal to secure needed technology.
Reach out to us by emailing NJSAP@ArcNJ.org or by calling (732) 749-8514.