FREE registration is open for the 16th Annual 5k Walk/Run for Autism!

Home2021-11-22T12:15:52-05:00
0+
Students Enrolled at NECC
0+
Students Currently Using the ACE® ABA Software System
0
BCBAs Employed at NECC
0+
Employees Earned a Master’s Degree Through NECC

WORK AT NECC

There is perhaps no greater feeling than knowing you’ve made a positive difference in the life of another person.

LEARN MORE

ADMISSIONS

Learn more about our admissions process and our school services.

LATEST NEWS AT NECC

Read the latest from The New England Center for Children

1105, 2022

Mike McKenna Will Walk Across U.S. for NECC and Autism Awareness

May 11th, 2022|Categories: News from NECC|Tags: |

If you ask any parent, they’d say that they would go to great lengths for their children. For Mike McKenna, that length is more than 2,500 miles. This September, McKenna will walk across the U.S. to raise money for NECC, where his son has been a student for 16 years.

505, 2022

STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Kassandra Hostage

May 5th, 2022|Categories: News from NECC|Tags: , |

Kassandra Hostage has been a teacher at NECC for five years, and currently serves as NECC’s art teacher. Hostage, an artist herself, A colleague nominated Hostage because she “is passionate about bringing visual art experiences to our students and has already exposed our students to many mediums.”

2804, 2022

STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Ashley Jordan

April 28th, 2022|Categories: News from NECC|Tags: |

Ashley Jordan has been a teacher at NECC’s Day Care Center for 15 years, first working in the infant room before moving to the toddlers, where her colleagues say she’s “a staple to the program.” A colleague nominated Jordan because she’s “wonderful with parents, loved by co-workers, and extremely reliable.”

2104, 2022

Worcester Red Sox to Recognize NECC During Autism Acceptance Day Game on April 30

April 21st, 2022|Categories: News from NECC|

Prior to their game on Saturday, April 30, the Worcester Red Sox will honor NECC on the field as part of its Autism Acceptance Day event. NECC will be recognized as a “Heart of Worcester” for its work helping children with autism lead fuller lives.

VIEW ALL OUR ARTICLES
Go to Top