Embracing and Supporting the Differently Abled in New Jersey
Every individual with developmental disabilities is a unique and special person with dreams that should be enabled. All people need help to reach their goals and people with special needs are no different.
Assisting Hands provides support to those with special needs that enables independence and growth. We provide trained support professionals that work with people towards their individual outcomes while ensuring their needs are met. Our support professionals provide help in the home as well as taking people out into the community.
We provide support and care to people with the following disabilities:
If you are an individual or family member looking for support in your community or a Support Coordinator looking to partner with a compassionate agency, please reach out to us at any time.
What is the DDD?
The Division of Developmental Disabilities provides public funding for services that assist New Jersey adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, age 21 and older, to live as independently as possible.
The Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) has been funding services for state residents with developmental disabilities since 1959. The division was created in response to the need for better and more effective services for state residents with developmental disabilities. Advocates for those services included many parents and other family members who wanted community-based alternatives to the institutional care that had been their only option for many decades.
Today, nearly 25,000 adults are eligible to receive services funded by the division. Most DDD-eligible individuals live in the community, either with family or in a community residence such as a group home or supervised apartment or in a Community Care Residence with a family caregiver.
Assisting Hands Home Care is a participating provider in the Community Care Program (CCP) and Supports Program Services.