following websites provide additional information regarding the
programs, services and partnerships at Crossroads School.
Language and Cognitive Development Center
The LCDC is the original home of the Miller Method where
you can obtain research and information about the Miller Method, Miller
Reading Program, Sign & Spoken Language Program and have your
questions answered by knowledgeable professionals.
Edmark Reading Program
The Edmark Reading Program teaches basic reading skills to the most
struggling readers and non-readers. Through short instructional steps,
students are taught recognition and comprehension of words. Carefully
planned introduction of words and evolution of sentence structure
promote language development. The content is appropriate for students of
all ages. Student progress is automatically tracked, and single-switch
scanning is supported.
TouchMath is a multisensory program that uses its
signature TouchPoints to engage students of all abilities and learning
Handwriting Without Tears
The developmentally based, flexible, and engaging Handwriting
Without Tears® program is the easiest, most effective way for children
to develop good handwriting skills. It has been used successfully by
more than 10 million children.
The Department of Education website provides
parent-friendly information about curriculum, instruction, student
assessment, legal issues and links to the New Jersey Core Curriculum
Contends Standards and Preschool Expectations for Teaching and Learning.
Teaching Strategies is the official home to The
Creative Curriculum for Preschool. The site offers easy to use,
practical, innovative, and developmentally appropriate curriculum
materials, in addition to parenting resources and staff development
services and materials.
Autism Speaks is the leading advocacy agency in the
country whose mission is to inform and raise public awareness of autism
by raising money to fund research. The website provides current
information about autism research and idea.
Autism NJ (formerly COSAC)
Autism NJ is a non-profit agency in New Jersey that
provides information, advocacy services, family and professional
education and consultation to the autism community.
This official home of Carol Gray, the professional
who developed Social Stories, provides information about guidelines for
writing social stories, sample stories and additional resources for
using social stories to teach social skills to children with autistic
This foundation’s mission is to aid financially
disadvantaged families who need assistance in caring for their children
with autism and to fund education and research into the causes and
consequences of childhood autism.
The Autism Society of America provides information
and supports efforts to promote education, awareness and advocacy on
critical autism issues.
The Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dogs is a
non-profit organization located in Morris Plains, New Jersey that
trains, evaluates and provides all therapy dogs who visit Crossroads
Autism Society of America/Autism Source
See our listing on the Autism
Source page on the Autism Society of America's website. Autism Source,
ASA's online referral database, was created in 2004 and is the most
comprehensive database of its kind. You can search autism-related
services nationwide by location or service type.
NJ Family Magazine
Look for Crossroads School directory listing on this online magazine's website.