The Morris-Union Jointure Commission (MUJC) provides public school programs in supportive environments for students with autism or autistic-like behavior at the two Developmental Learning Centers (DLCs) it operates in New Providence and Warren, New Jersey.
DLC programs enroll students between the ages of 3 and 21. They employ the principles of applied behavior analysis and its various instructional methodologies. Students are served by a staff that includes special education teachers, nurses, behavior specialists, speech/language specialists, physical and occupational therapists, adaptive physical education teachers, and art, music and vocational education teachers.
More than 350 students are currently enrolled in the MUJC's Developmental Learning Centers pursuing individualized education plans developed by their local child study teams, DLC staff, and parents.
Students' programs include:
|Adaptive Physical Education||Occupational Therapy|
|Art Instruction||Physical Therapy|
|Community Based Instruction||Play and Leisure Skills|
|Daily Living Activities||Speech and Language|
|Learning Readiness||Transition Planning|
An Extended School Year program is offered each summer.