Opening Doors for Children and Families with Autism
Welcome to The New England Center for Children (NECC®), a school for children with autism located 20 miles west of Boston in Southborough, Massachusetts. We transform the lives of children with autism worldwide through education, research, and technology.
Work at NECC
There is perhaps no greater feeling of accomplishment that any individual can experience than the knowledge that they’ve made a truly positive difference in the life of another person.
NECC Presents Research on Behavior Analysis at APBA Annual Convention
Mar 20, 2017NECC is presenting research at the 2017 APBA Convention in New Orleans, LA, on March 23-24. The Association of Professional Behavior Analysts (APBA) is a premier industry group for the…
NECC Receives 2017 SABA Award for International Dissemination of Behavior Analysis
Mar 1, 2017NECC announced today it has received the 2017 Award for International Dissemination of Behavior Analysis from the Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis (SABA), the peer academic organization of…
NECC received four bib numbers for the Boston Marathon though the John Hancock Non-Profit Marathon Program. Join us in supporting our four runners as they fund raise on behalf of NECC and complete the Boston Marathon in April. More details at https://www.crowdrise.com/neccBoston2017.
The ACE is the premier educational system for learners with autism. Our educational package provides BCBAs and Special Educators the ability to assess, teach and evaluate progress using evidence based procedures.
The Public School Services Department extends NECC's knowledge and expertise to over 1000 students in public schools and private agencies across the country.
Our admissions process is designed to be informative for parents/legal guardians while providing the information necessary to determine if the child should be placed at NECC.
NECC has enormous impact on the lives of children with autism
and their families. Through generous donations from the greater
community, NECC continues to be able to provide critical
services to those affected by autism.