The Worcester Business Journal features NECC's global expansion, including the opening of a new school for children with autism in Lebanon. Read the article....
William Green has been named The New England Center for Children's Outstanding Alumnus of the Year. This award is bestowed upon NECC alumni who demonstrate inspiring personal, vocational and/or academic achievement. Will is 23-years-old and was a student at NECC from 2003 to 2017, and today works full-time at Whole Foods. The award will be
This year, NECC celebrates the 20th anniversary of its Partner Program Classroom model. This innovative program offers a collaborative model with school districts to maximize student inclusion opportunities, reduce challenging behavior and increase independence, and build districts’ capacity to effectively serve students with autism. The Partner Program Classroom enables districts to provide a level of service
Mary-Kate, a long-time employee at NECC, recently left to pursue opportunities in her hometown. She wrote this touching post about her experience here. We are confident Mary-Kate will have great success in her future position. Good luck Mary-Kate! "We are headed to our hometown of Birmingham to pursue career opportunities and be closer to family.
NECC Day Program Coordinator, Eric Greenberg, who is moving on to a position in a public school, wrote this heartfelt letter about his experience in special education and his time at NECC. He allowed us to share his words about the difficulties of working in the field, how finding the right organization and colleagues can have tremendous
The New England Center for Children® invites all NECC Alumni Staff to attend an Open House at the John and Diane Kim Autism Institute on Monday, February 6th from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. at 33 Turnpike Rd. in Southborough. Anytime during this Open House event you can... Take a guided tour of the Kim