TOMS RIVER –Ocean County officials and representatives of the County Library system gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony marking the grand opening of a Sensory Space on the second floor of the township branch of the Ocean County Library.
With ceremonial scissors in hand, Ocean County Commissioner Joseph H. Vicari, joined Director of the Ocean County Board of Commissioners Gary Quinn, members of the Ocean County Library Commission and library staff to mark the opening of the facility that will serve children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other disabilities.
Vicari commended the library staff and commissioner “for their innovative approach to helping our citizens with autism and other disabilities. Vicari, who serves as liaison to the Ocean County Library system, said, “this room serves as a centerpiece of our efforts to be all inclusive in the programs and services we provide at the library.”
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