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Jay Nolan Community Services

Our Mission

Supporting Children & Adults with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities Since 1975.

The mission of Jay Nolan Community Services, Inc. (JNCS) is to enable individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other Developmental Disabilities to live fulfilling lives as members of the community by providing support services customized to their individual needs.

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What We Do

There are several choices to consider when choosing the right service for the people Jay Nolan Community Services. If you need help navigating through all the options available to you, please feel free to contact us and we will help you find the right choice that fits your needs.

Supported individual in a red shirt at his workplace
Employment Services
African American student examining a machine part in a mechanics shop
Uniquely Abled Academy
Students fist bumping while walking through their college campus
Adaptive Skills
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Independent Living
Supported individual using an exercise bike in his own home
Supported  Living Services
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JNCS San Jose Services
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Training Department
Together We Are Better

Donations to JNCS help make sure individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities get the customized support they need to live a quality life in our California communities. Together, we can make sure all people are empowered, included, and embraced.

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Check out the latest news and announcements and stay up to date on what is happening at Jay Nolan Community Services.

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Resource Center

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental disability; signs typically appear during early childhood and affect a person’s ability to communicate, and interact with others. One of the most important things you can do as a parent or caregiver is to learn the early signs of autism and become familiar with the typical developmental milestones that your loved one should be reaching.