It's no secret that children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) experience the world differently. Sometimes, this can make life more exciting, while other times, it can make even the smallest tasks more challenging. Walking the line between embracing who your child is and helping them thrive in a world that often doesn't support them isn't
Staff alumni Jackie MacDonald, PhD, BCBA-D, Robert Parry-Cruwys, BCBA, and Diana Parry-Cruwys, PhD, BCBA-D, LABA, never would have guessed that their six-plus years working at The New England Center for Children would have led them to where they are today: creators and hosts of the ABA Inside Track podcast.
Mariia Beha, a level 2 teacher, has worked at The New England Center for Children’s Westborough 2 residence for the past two years. A colleague nominated Mariia because she is an “outstanding teacher who is kind and welcoming to everyone at West 2.
Kim Michel started at NECC in 2012 and worked on many residential teams to begin her career here. After 8 years, Kim was ready for a change and applied to the Administration Coordinator position. Kim accepted the position in April 2020 and moved officially to Administration in August. Kim currently supervises the student records department