Gracious Services Inc. Welcomes Patricia Kane as the New Executive Director

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Gracious Services Inc., provider of custom day habilitation and support services programs for special needs adults, is delighted to announce the appointment of Patricia Kane as the new Executive Director. With over 15 years of progressive leadership in behavioral health care and developmental disabilities, Ms. Kane brings a wealth of expertise and a track record…

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How to Choose a Special Needs Adult Day Habilitation Provider

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When choosing day habilitation services for an adult with special needs, it’s important to consider several factors to ensure the individual receives appropriate care and support tailored to their needs. Adults with down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy and other IDD diagnoses can lead to very different needs. Here are some key considerations: Location. Look at…

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Video: Life Skills Class for Special Needs Adults at Gracious Services

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Gracious Services helps special needs adults in their day habilitation program in Fanwood, NJ to learn helpful skills such as folding laundry, doing dishes, sweeping and cooking. ¬†Life skills encourage independence and foster self confidence when able to assist in keeping house. Here we get a sneak peek at some sweep action! Want to Join…

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Video: Gracious Services Baking Class for Special Needs Adults


Take a peek at our clients working together and taking turns to bake a cake. Gracious Services Inc. provides day habilitation, classes and recreational services to a variety of special needs adults in NJ. Life skills, like helping out in the kitchen, encourage self sufficiency, improve self confidence and help with learning about patience, taking…

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Essential Life Skills to Teach Your Special Needs Adult

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Learning life skills is critical to becoming independent adults. These life skills, however, may be more difficult to master for those with special needs owing to cognitive or developmental problems. Thus, their education or development disability care should include lessons aimed at teaching important life skills. Here are some critical life skills that parents or…

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