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Important NJ DDD Training Deadline Announcement

Effective immediately, all SDEs who have been employed six-months (180 days) or longer must complete all mandated trainings by June 1, 2023. This includes CPR/First Aid Recertification, which must occur once every two years.

Current SDEs (with a hire date on or prior to December 1, 2022) have until June 1, 2023 to complete all required trainings and submit the signed Training Certification Form or the CPR/First Aid Recertification Form.

New SDEs (with a hire date after December 1, 2022) will have six months (180 days) from their date of hire to complete all required trainings and submit the signed Training Certification Form and CPR/First Aid Recertification Form once every two years thereafter.

If the mandatory trainings and the Training Certification Form or CPR/First Aid Recertification Form are not completed and submitted to PPL via or via fax to 1-844-561-5978 within the required timeframe, you will be unable to provide services and receive payment.

For more information, please navigate to our NJ DDD SDE Training Payments page.

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New Jersey NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD)


Public Partnerships will partner with the NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities to serve as the fiscal intermediary for the Division's Supports Program, Interim Program, and Community Care Waiver (CCW) Program.

We look forward to getting to know you and your family during this transition. We will be updating this page regularly, so please visit us again for more information.

Public Partnerships is excited to partner with the Division of Aging Services to serve as the fiscal intermediary for the Jersey Assistance for Community Caregiving (JACC), the Participant-Employed Provider (PEP) program.

Participants can

  • Work with a Support Coordinator to develop a spending plan for their needs and goals
  • Choose their employee(s)
  • Hire, dismiss, schedule, and supervise their own employee(s)
  • Purchase approved goods and services
  • Monitor spending online 24/7
  • Submit timesheets online and through our Time4Care mobile app
  • Determine their employees' pay rates within federal and state limits


Who we serve

  • Adults with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities



  • Payments for additional services - We process payments for goods and services purchased by the participant using their allocated budget funds
  • Payroll - PPL processes payroll for the service workers using funds from the participant's allocated budget
  • Employment tax requirements - PPL handles all employment-related tax requirements for participants
  • Enrollment support - We help you with participant and worker enrollment
  • Customer service - Our professional Customer Service Representatives are available 6 days a week to assist you