Travel in Edison, NJ

ACI and REV UP NJ would like to invite you to these upcoming non-partisan forums for candidates and voters to come together to discuss important issues facing the disability community. Both forums are open to the public!
We encourage you to share these events on social media and by printing and distributing the flyers available on our website. Thank you!

Red Roof Inn Cleveland – Westlake is a discount, smoke-free hotel with a Redi-Set-Go breakfast and a conference room, located by downtown Cleveland and Lake Erie.

Why are we treating civil rights as privileges bestowed on people with disabilities? In fact, the world benefits when a level playing field allows the talents of the disability community to shine.

The New Jersey Disability Pride Parade & Celebration is a grass-roots effort organized and hosted by ACI with the support of the statewide disability community. The 8th annual NJDPP will be held on Friday, October 5th at 9:00 AM in Trenton, NJ. We are expecting hundreds of people and organizations representing a wide variety of disabilities to march and roll from the NJ State House Annex (131 West State Street) to the celebration site at East Lafayette Street (between S Warren and S…

Red Roof PLUS+ Neptune Beach – Mayport is a cheap hotel in Neptune Beach, FL with a pool & complimentary breakfast located by the Atlantic & Jacksonville beaches.

A public temper tantrum—it’s every parent’s worst nightmare. They can be frustrating, embarrassing, unexpected… and are completely normal. In order to manage a tantrum, it is important to try to understand the cause. This can be difficult because they

The original “anatomy of a spam page” was written in 2000, but recently, I landed on a web site that was so bad I decided to share a…

By Dr. Kyle Pruett • March 30th, 2010
Excerpt from Me, Myself and I
At first, it probably appears to the child that it is the toilet that’s being trained (hence the misnomer “toilet training”). After all, she is typically reasonably satisfied to fill her diaper and continue on about her business. It is parents who are so enthusiastic for her to move on to the pot in support of public health
The transition need not be Armageddon if parents remember that a…

By The Goddard School • January 29th, 2014
By Jack Maypole, MD
Gravity sucks (well, actually, it pulls). If you are an infant or toddler
anyway, it remains one of the greatest challenges you face. One does not need to be a phrenologist to know that the noggins of our littlest children get bumpy as they are knocked and bonked with zillions of pratfalls and tumbles each day. The question is: when is it serious? When should these kids be seen by a…

Putting your baby down to sleep when she shows signs of drowsiness, but is not yet asleep, will help her learn to fall asleep independently. This is