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PrimeTime Center (PTC) is an organization that enables adults with learning and developmental disabilities to live independent lives in the community.
PTC develops an environment where clients can advocate for themselves and make well-informed life choices in the community in a variety of situations.
PTC allows its clients to cultivate new hobbies and recreational interests such as physical fitness and overall good health behaviors.
Volunteering allows participants to develop new interests, skills and abilities while incorporating service into their lives and making a difference in their communities.
"We are so very blessed and fortunate to have Primetime Center Brick in our town. The staff is so welcoming, professional, and first class. All the young adults that attend the program have become friends and work well together as a group. They do various jobs/trips in the community. When they can’t get out they do simple school related academics and easy to follow cooking classes and when they're done cooking they sample what they cooked.
All and all, PTC of Brick is an awesome and over the top center for adults with disabilities.
A true dream come true for a parent/guardian. "
Tim & Sherry D — Parents (Brick)
“Jed is very lucky to be in PrimeTime Center with the knowledgeable staff that educate and work with him.
He is more independent and helpful in the house and can now do things for himself.
He looks forward to going to PTC every day.”
Elena G — Parent (Carteret)
“My son has been attending Primetime Center for three years and absolutely loves it. The staff are very dedicated and caring. They work hard to ensure that each participant is given the opportunity to grow more independent thus making it possible for a better quality of life. The participants are happy. Primetime is our extended family.
I cannot thank the staff enough for the wonderful experience they continue to provide.”
Eileen V — Parent (Eatontown)
We offer a full spectrum of services such as skills for independent living, functional skills, community-based instruction, social skills, physical fitness, self-advocacy, vocational skill building and volunteerism.