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Community Access Unlimited Assists Union County with Jobs, Education & Training

September 29, 2022

Community Access Unlimited

More than 80 youth and young adults participated in the “Empowering our Youth” Summer Program Union County, NJ – September 16, 2022 – Community Access Unlimited (CAU) once again partnered with Union County to help young people take the important first steps towards their...

Hiring People with Disabilities Gives You a Competitive Advantage in Today’s Market—and Here’s Why

September 26, 2022

Community Access Unlimited

According to the CDC, 1,415,625 adults in New Jersey have a disability—or one in five adults.1 Despite the fact that this subset represents 21% of the state’s population, the employment rate of working-age adults with disabilities caps off at 37.7%.2 This community of workers is an...

How to Spot Trauma

September 15, 2022

Community Access Unlimited

How to Spot Signs of Trauma in People with Disabilities Research shows that those who have disabilities experience trauma at significantly higher rates than the general population. Recognizing and addressing trauma in people with developmental disabilities is crucial in helping them achieve...

CAU Walkathon is a Celebration and Fundraiser to Support Individuals with Disabilities

September 14, 2022

Erin Jerome

Attendees at the Ira Geller Walkathon on Saturday, Sept. 10. A Walkathon tradition was a show of unity and a day of fun on Saturday to support life-changing services for people with disabilities and youth at risk. Community Access Unlimited (CAU) celebrated the Ira Geller Walkathon in Warinanco...

How Trauma Affects People with Intellectual Disabilities

September 1, 2022

Community Access Unlimited

How Trauma Affects People with Intellectual Disabilities vs. the General Public Trauma can strike anyone at any time. However, research shows that those with disabilities are much more likely to face adverse life events and traumatic experiences than the general population. Consider...