Our mission to create a global network of educators, researchers, and programs so that those living with autism may live fuller lives begins with our alumni. From those who came to NECC to begin their careers in autism education and research, to others who joined our team to take advantage of our world-class graduate partnerships with Western New England University and Simmons University, every one of our former staff plays a part in our mission.

On this page you will find stories from those who have gone to change the lives of children with autism beyond NECC and links to our social media groups where you can connect with other alumni.

Facebook Group
LinkedIn Group
Dithu Rajaraman
Dithu Rajaraman
Jeff Steimer
Jeff Steimer
Catherine Martin
Catherine Martin
Keira Moore
Keira Moore
“There is nowhere else I would choose to have started, and advanced, my career than at NECC.” – NECC Staff Alumnae, Simmons University Partnership Graduate

 

NECC Now is a monthly video series that updates our community on current happenings at NECC and shares the stories of NECC current staff and staff alumni.

 

We encourage our Staff Alumni to take advantage of our professional development opportunities. See below to register for our upcoming webinar!

Implications of the New Ethics Code

March 9th at 1pm EDT The Behavior Analysts Certification Board (BACB) has released a new code of ethics, The Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts, that will replace the Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts on January 1st, 2022.  This 60-min webinar reviews the changes in the new code and implications for practice and supervision.  Topics include the four foundational core principles identified by the new code, the decision-making model outlined in the code, and new guidelines related to cultural competency, diversity, giving and receiving gifts, providing supervision, and using social media. 1 Ethics CE offered
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