Services for Adults with Disabilities

LADACIN Network is pleased to announce
that our Adult Day Programs will be reopening on May 4, 2021. 

 

Please be assured that we will be following all of DDD guidelines regarding reopening. 
Program Coordinators will be sharing information with you as our plans evolve. 

LADACIN is looking forward to our clients returning.

Stay tuned by watching our website, our Facebook page and expecting a call from your program staff.
 


Adult Day Activities

The Lehmann Center in Lakewood and the Schroth Center in Wanamassa offer adult day activities for adults with developmental and/or multiple physical disabilities.
Emphasis is placed on skills to enhance daily living, independence, community integration and pre-vocational exploration. Goals are developed to meet the needs of each individual. Lift equipped vehicle transportation is available to and from programs.

 

 


Transdisciplinary Services Available:

  • Case management / social work
  • Comprehensive adult education, including Adult Basic Education (ABE)
  • Pre-vocational exploration
  • Art and music
  • Therapy evaluation and group occupational, physical and speech therapy services
  • Nursing services
  • Access to diagnostic clinics and services: hearing, vision, dental, physiatry, nutrition
  • Assistive technology evaluation and training, including augmentative and alternative communication
  • Personal assistant services
  • Recreation – community integration
  • Transportation
  • Information and referral services
     

    


Eligibility for Adult Activities:
Adults who have developmental and/or multiple physical disabilities are eligible for adult activities. Services require Medicaid eligibility and registration with the Division of Developmental Disabilities. Private Pay contracts are available on request.

 

  


Adult Vocational Programs

Monmouth and Ocean County Access Unlimited – Lakewood and Wanamassa
LADACIN Network provides adult day activities, vocational training, a paid work program and job placement services in supported and competitive employment for adults with developmental and/or multiple physical disabilities. 

 

Eligibility for Vocational Services and Adult Training:
Adults who have developmental and/or multiple physical disabilities and demonstrate an interest in training geared toward pursuing a vocation. Services require Medicaid eligibility and registration with the Division of Developmental Disabilities. Private Pay contracts are available on request.
Applicants may also be registered with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services.

 


Supported Employment
Supported Employment facilitates competitive work in integrated work settings for individuals with developmental and/or multiple physical disabilities for whom competitive employment traditionally has not been available, and who, because of the nature or severity of their disabilities, require ongoing support services to ensure job performance. Integral to LADACIN Network’s supported employment services is the assistance of representatives of the business community who provide information regarding needs of the community, leads for job placement, and advice in structuring job searches.