Lakeview School
New Jersey Institute for Disabilities
10 Oak DriveCounty:Middlesex
Edison, NJ 08837Year Established:1948
Phone:732-549-5580
Fax:732-549-0629 or 494-6038
Email:Penny.Goldstein@njid.orgWeb-Site:www.njid.org


President:Dominic M. Ursino732-549-6187dominic.ursino@njid.org
Executive Director:Robert Ferrara732-549-6187robert.ferrara@njid.org
Director/Principal:Penny Ann Goldstein732-549-5580 ext126


Type of Program/Services:Private School for Individuals with Disabilities - Day Program, Preschool Program, Extended School Year Program.

Services Include:Health Services,Medical Consultations, Vocational/Prevocational programs, Psychological Testing, Behavioral Consultant Services, Social Services, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech and Language, Augmentative Communication and Assistive Tech Evaluations, Adaptive Seating & Equipment Evaluations, Toy Library, Feeding Evaluations/Therapy.


Full-time staff:77Part-time staff:60


Classes Offered/Disabilites Served:Multiple Disabilities; Preschool Disabilities; Assistive Technology and Adaptive Equipment Services; Early Intervention Program; Adult Day Programs; Adult and Pediatric Residential services
Age Range:3-21
Counties Served:Bergen, Burlington, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Somerset, Union, Warren
Approval/Accreditation:NJDOE, Special Education - Middlestates
Number of Students/Clients:160
Number of Classes (if school):18 full-day classes, 2 pre-sch disabled class
Grade Range:Ungraded
Length of School/Program Year:10 months and 30 day Extended School Year
Private Students/Clients accepted:
Scholarships available:


Mission Statement:it is the mission of Lakeview School to work with families to prepare each student to achieve their highest level of self sufficiency, productivity and personal success and to allow the community to see our students as persons of value.