Autism + Special Needs


Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey (CSPNJ)

Trenton, NJ | JCMW Years Active: 2015 – Present

Jimmy began work with Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey (CSPNJ) in 2015, and has since been facilitating group activities geared specifically towards spirituality, including Group Drumming , Jimmy’s Moon Magick and Manifestation Journaling workshop, and various group discussions on alternative topics, such as numerology, astrology, meditation, and self empowerment. Jimmy serves at many of CSPNJ’s facilities, and has grown to be a familiar face among the attendees, residents, and staff. Through CSPNJ, Jimmy serves community members at Trenton Psychiatric Hospital and Reach Out, Speak Out Center. Read CSPNJ’s Mission Statement.


Salisbury Behavioral Health

Horsham, PA | JCMW Years Active: 2015 – Present

Jimmy started has been working with Salisbury Behavioral Health since 2015, facilitating music activities for adults with special needs. Such activities include Group Drumming and Group Sing-Alongs. Jimmy has since become a familiar, welcoming face at the organizations’ end of summer BBQ Cookout at Nockamixon Park, Quakertown, PA; an event he looks forward to every year.

Read Salisbury Behavioral Health’s Mission Statement


Camp R.O.B.I.N

Recreational Therapy

Old Bridge, NJ | JCMW Years Active: 2016 – Present

Jimmy started working with Camp R.O.B.I.N. in 2016, facilitating drum circles for a large special needs population based in Middlesex County, NJ. Jimmy is brought in several times a year to work with kids and adults during their seasonal activity programming.  Read Camp R.O.B.I.N.’s Mission Statement


Groovin’ 4 Goodwill

Asbury Park, NJ | JCMW Years Active: 2007-2008

The Groovin’ 4 Goodwill events set out to provide support for local individuals and organizations in need. The first concert took place on January 5, 2007, with proceeds supporting The Valerie Fund (Maplewood, NJ and The Boys and Girls Club (Asbury Park, NJ branch). Groovin’ 4 Goodwill 2 took place on August 30, 2008, with proceeds supporting Drums for Disabilities and a private benefactor -- an adult with severe autism, who received complimentary coaching and music lessons from members of the band. Both shows were held at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ.