Archbishop Damiano School is a non-sectarian, New Jersey State Department of Education approved private school for students with severe to moderate developmental disabilities, including intellectual, physical and complex medical conditions, ranging in age from three to twenty-one. ADS provides a dynamic educational program, which starts with the development of communication skills, social interactions, functional academic, work-related skills, fine and gross motor skills, specialized daily living skills and transitional programming.
Learning disability / ADHD
Visual impairment / blind
Grades or ages of school:
Gender of students:
Offers summer camp, program or school:
Tuition structure (% FAPE reimbursement/financial aid offered, etc.):
Tuition is paid by the student’s school district.
Assistive tech used:
iPads with LAMP, SmartBoards, Tobii Dynavox PCEye Go
Learning strategies/therapies utilized:
Common Core, along with functional skills, community-based instruction and horticulture.
Support services/therapies offered:
Registered Nurses, Vocational Rehabilitation, Adult Services
Work Study; Therapeutic recreation (sports, Special Olympics, arts & crafts, fitness) and 4-H
Specific learning strategies, support services or vocational programs not listed above:
Extended school year (Summer program)