As a vocational specialist, Julie LeBlanc, MS, BCBA, LABA is responsible for developing and overseeing job opportunities within NECC and in the local community, as well as working with students and their teams to determine the best vocational work for them.
Maggie May has worked as a level 2 teacher and core shift manager (CSM) at The New England Center for Children’s (NECC) Oak Street residence for two and half years. She was nominated by colleagues “because of her dedication to the team, for always advocating for all the students' welfare."
In October, The New England Center for Children’s (NECC) Green Committee was honored at the Annual BABAT Conference in Worcester, receiving the 2023 "Behavior Change for a Sustainable World" award. This recognition reflects NECC’s dedication to using behavior analysis principles to encourage sustainable practices across the organization.
Lisa Reebel has worked at The New England Center for Children’s (NECC) Michael F. Downey Center for Child Development for eight years. She was nominated by colleagues because “she is a wonderful and dedicated toddler teacher" and a "great fitness instructor."
Shay Falkins, a level 2 teacher on The New England Center for Children’s (NECC) Oak Street team, has worked at NECC for three years. She was nominated by a colleague because she “goes above and beyond when it comes to keeping her students engaged and learning."
On Friday, October 13, Massport celebrated the opening of Logan International Airport’s newly renovated Terminal E, which includes the airport’s first sensory/calming room – a project with which The New England Center for Children (NECC) has been heavily involved.