Joshua’s Path/BOOST Disability Services

The Joshua’s Path program at Goodman JFS supports, educates and empowers adults with developmental disabilities and their families, by providing individual consultations, assistance navigating the system, information, resources and referrals, and pathways to employment through social skills and work training.

COVID-19 Resources for those with Developmental Disabilities

Joshua’s Path Services

Information & Referral

Parents, siblings, family members or caregivers of adults with developmental disabilities are often overwhelmed by the vast number of resources in the community. How do they know which one will best meet the unique needs of their loved one? Joshua’s Path is here to answer questions and provide caregivers with referrals to appropriate resources and service providers in the community.

Individual Consultations

My daughter is about to graduate high school – what does she do now?
How can I get permission for my 18-year-old son’s doctor to discuss his treatment plan with me?
What will happen when I am no longer able to care for my child?
What parent of a child with disabilities has not asked these and many other very important questions?
Joshua’s Path offers free, confidential assistance with identifying the current and future needs of individuals with developmental disabilities. We help families create a road map to find the most appropriate community resources and agencies for their loved one.

Educational & Empowerment Series

Joshua’s Path presents a series of free workshops specifically designed to provide caregivers with the resources and information needed to make life decisions for their family member with developmental disabilities. Our speakers represent a wide variety of those who offer specialized services for people with disabilities.

For more information about any of the free services mentioned above, please call Samantha Sehter, Program Manager, at 954-909-0815 or email

Fall 2020 Educational & Empowerment Virtual Seminar Series

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2020 Virtual Events

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Broward County Jewish Abilities Alliance

The Broward County Jewish Abilities Alliance (BCJAA) website, managed by our Joshua’s Path team, is a “one-stop shop” that families can use to easily navigate to search for resources in the community, and filter for those that are most appropriate for their child’s age and needs. Broward County is one of five regions across the country to create a Jewish Abilities Alliance directory of resources. This comprehensive directory includes resources in both the Jewish and secular communities specifically geared for families in Broward County, as well as national resources that can be helpful for all who have a loved one with a disability.

For more information or assistance with navigating the BCJAA website, please call 954-909-0847 or email

BOOST (Building On Our Strengths Together)

BOOST is a 24-week social skills and work training program designed for young adults (ages 18-35) diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder or a related disability. BOOST offers intensive social skills training and on-the-job worksite experiences, resulting in soft skill acquisition, the fostering of peer relationships and a practical plan to attain competitive, integrated, paid employment.

For more information on BOOST please contact Samantha Sehter, Program Manager, at 954-909-0815 or

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Upcoming Events


06oct10:30 am11:30 amThe Birds & the Bees: Sexuality & Relationships10:30 am - 11:30 am

15oct7:00 pm8:00 pmBeing the Best Advocate For You and Your Family7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

28oct10:30 am11:30 pmUnderstanding Your Guardianship Options10:30 am - 11:30 pm


10nov10:30 am11:30 amThe Alphabet Soup of Social Security10:30 am - 11:30 am

19nov7:00 pm8:00 pmCommunity Employment Options: Supported vs. Competitive - Presented by Best Buddies7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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