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. Services are available in the community and in five .
establish that New Jersey is the applicant's primary residence at the time of application ; In general, to meet the functional criteria of having a developmental disability, an individual must document that they have a chronic physical and/or intellectual disability that: manifests in .
The New Jersey Department of Human Services works in partnership with families, consumers, advocacy groups, service providers and state and municipal officials throughout the state to ensure that the rights of people with disabilities are protected and that they and their families have access to quality programs and services that meet their needs.
39 Incredible Developmentally Disabled Statistics There is a difference between a developmental delay and a developmental disability. The difference is based on the age of the individual.