Spectrum for Living is pleased to announce that Christopher L. Perry has joined the organization as its next President/CEO. Mr. Perry is an accomplished nonprofit executive with broad experience in all aspects of management for mission-driven nonprofit organizations. He is a results-oriented and decisive leader with a track record of implementing organizational improvements ...
February 7, 2018Daniela Cantu
RIVER VALE, NJ (January 2018) – Spectrum for Living recently received a grant in the amount of $17,500 from the Knight Family Charitable Foundation. Funding will be used to upgrade the organizations cyber security so that all electronic files are better protected from cyber-attacks. The software will enhance the current ...
January 26, 2018Daniela Cantu
Each year, Spectrum for Living honors those employees who have served the organization with decades of service. On January 18th, the Administration and Board gathered to recognize these special people. Their dedication, compassion and hard work are the backbone of Spectrum for Living. Please join us in celebrating all of ...
January 18, 2018Daniela Cantu
We are thrilled to announce that Spectrum's Self-Advocacy Group "The Voices" has been chosen by the New Jersey Statewide Self-Advocacy Network (NJSSAN) Awards Committee to receive the 2017 Group Achievement Award! This prestigious award is reserved for a group of self-advocates that has demonstrated excellence in the areas of teamwork, commitment ...
March 20, 2017Daniela Cantu
Governor Chris Christie is about to begin the process of preparing the Fiscal Year 2018 State Budget. Before he does we need to remind him of the vital role the Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) provide to those with an intellectual/developmental disability (I/DD). In partnership with the Coalition for a DSP Living ...
December 12, 2016Daniela Cantu
Spectrum for Living is thrilled to announce that we have received a $78,000 grant from Wal-Mart. The funds will be utilized to create skill acquisition and job training opportunities for the participants in Spectrum’s six day programs. Funding also permits Spectrum to create a computer lab for staff training. The ...
December 6, 2016Daniela Cantu
Spectrum for Living is pleased to announce it has been awarded a $50,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation President’s Grant Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation. This grant will help create a Healthy Living for Special Lives program, a program designed to coach staff and residents to ...
November 9, 2016Daniela Cantu