Contact Chief Development Officer, Jared Bouzan
[email protected]
508-481-1015 x3250

Filming, Videotaping, and Photography

Production companies, advertisement agencies, private individuals, media and others desiring to film, photograph, or videotape at NECC must receive permission from the Chief Development Officer. Media may photograph publicly visible areas of buildings, not including students, providing this action does not interfere with vehicle traffic, student privacy, student transitions, student education, or the business of The New England Center for Children.

Events at or Hosted by NECC

Register with Director of Institutional Advancement, Beth McGonagle ([email protected]), to indicate your intent to attend the event. Upon event arrival, check-in at the Registration table to notify staff of your presence.  

Building Access

The safety, security, and privacy of our students and staff is NECC’s highest priority. Anyone attempting to gain unauthorized access to any areas without prior consent will be prosecuted to the fullest extent possible under federal, state, and local law. Media must notify Chief Development Officer, Jared Bouzan, in advance of visits to ensure student safety and privacy as well as adequate parking.

Where to Park 

Media may park in the labeled Visitor parking spots upon arrival at the John and Diane Kim Autism Institute at 33 Turnpike Rd. Southborough, MA. All visitors must check-in with the Front Desk upon arrival. 

Branding and Communications Guidelines 

If you have questions regarding branding guidelines, logos, or our communications style guide, contact Director of Institutional Advancement, Beth McGonagle.
[email protected]

Social Media

NECC maintains official social media profiles on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Glassdoor. For questions about content, contact Marketing Coordinator, Kevin Lanciano.
[email protected]



  • 2020 Boston Parents Paper Family Favorite – Special Needs Preschool
  • 2020 Vincent Strully, Jr. – Worcester Business Journal: The Power 50, Class of 2020
  • 2017 Award for International Dissemination of Behavior Analysis from Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis (SABA)
  • 2017 Vincent Strully, Jr. – Lifetime Achievement Award by Nonprofit PRO
  • 2017 Vincent Strully, Jr. named Business Leader of the Year by Worcester Business Journal
  • 2015 Innovation Award for ACE® ABA Software System from Small Business Association of New England (SBANE)
  • 2008 NASET School of Excellence – National Association of Special Education Teachers
  • 2007 Vincent Strully, Jr. named Social Entrepreneur of the Year in New England by Ernst & Young
  • 2006 $450K Challenge Grant Recipient – The Kresge Foundation of Troy, Michigan
  • 2005 Award for Enduring Programmatic Contributions in Behavior Analysis from the Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis (SABA)
  • 2000 National Award for Model Professional Development from the U.S. Department of Education, the only special education school to receive such recognition
SABA Award