Special Needs Schools in New Jersey

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Workshop on Applied Behavior Analysis

Deron School is pleased to present an Open House and Professional Development Seminar on Thursday, October 22, 2015. Tour our Union, NJ campus and participate in a workshop of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Learn strategic methods of positive reinforcement to increase positive behaviors in a presentation by Megan Bernard, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst from the Douglass School at Rutgers University. CEUs will be offered and a continental breakfast will be provided. Space is limited, so please call now to register: 908.206.0444.

When: Thursday, October 22, 2015, 9:00am – 12:00pm

Where: The Deron School of New Jersey, 1140 Commerce Avenue, Union, NJ 07083

Cost: Free, but space is limited. Please reserve by calling 908.206.0444

A Special School for Special Children

The Deron School is one of the best special needs schools NJ and the surrounding area have to offer. With facilities in Union and Montclair New Jersey, we offer a continuum of programs in academics, fine & gross motor coordination, and social & independent living skills, as well as an extensive transition program. Extended school year (summer school) programs are offered at both schools.

Open House Schedule

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Deron – Union

Wednesday, November 18th
Tuesday, December 8th
Wednesday, January 13th

Deron – Montclair

Tuesday, November 17th
Wednesday, December 9th
Thursday, January 14th

The Deron Experience

quotes-18px The gratitude I have for Deron is beyond words. From the staff who greets you in the front office to the teachers, nurse and social workers, the love you feel, knowing your child is well-taken care of is more than enough for me.

– Sondra N, Parent

Monday, February 2, 2015


Deron I: OPEN

Deron II: OPEN

Why Choose the Deron School

Dedicated Staff
Strong community of dedicated staff members, many of whom have been with the school for ten, fifteen or more years. They understand the challenges disabled students face, and they recognize each accomplishment, no matter how small.
Transition Program
Assists students in making a smooth transition from high school to adult life. Integrated into all areas of the school program, activities are based upon individual student’s needs, interests and abilities.
Extended School Year
Throughout the summer, students venture beyond the school on a regular basis to participate in extensive community experiences.
Autism Program

Maximizes the students independence and community inclusion. Acquiring these critical social and communication skills promotes safety and expands the students’ opportunities.
Parental Involvement
Parents are informed of progress on a regular basis through written reports and personal and telephone conferences. Parents are invited to special events throughout the year.