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  • Working at NECC means helping students like Will realize their dreams.

    NECC Announces Will Green as 2018 Outstanding Alumnus - The New England Center for Children

    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.

  • Learn the basics of ABA with NECC's online, self-paced courses.

    Online Professional Training Can Improve Results for Those Teaching Children with Autism - The New England Center for Children

    Paraprofessionals, parents, and caregivers looking to increase their knowledge of applied behavior analysis (ABA), and how to apply ABA principles when teaching children diagnosed with autism and related disorders can find support with The New England Center for Children's (NECC) online, self-paced learning platform, ABAplus™. ABAplus currently offers two course options.

  • NECC to Honor Allen & Major Associates as Community Autism Champion for 2018 - The New England Center for Children

    The New England Center for Children® (NECC®) announced today it will honor Allen & Major Associates, Inc. (A&M) with its Community Autism Champion Award for 2018 at the annual Children of Promise Gala on November 30 at the InterContinental Hotel in Boston. A&M is being recognized for their dedicated and sustained commitment to supporting autism ...

  • Working with NECC's vocational services department, NECC teachers assist in the vocational skills development of their students, helping to prepare them for life after graduation.

    "Road to Employment" Maps Path of Vocational Training for Students with Autism at NECC - The New England Center for Children

    For students with autism, transitioning from school to the workforce can be challenging. Forty-two percent of young adults with autism (ages 21-25) have never worked a paying job. The New England Center for Children (NECC) helps prepare students for the workplace with a comprehensive Vocational Training program.

  • We look forward to honoring Dr. MacDonald at the annual Children of Promise Gala on November 30. Dr. MacDonald began her career at NECC, earned her master's and doctoral degrees through NECC partnerships, and went on to start the Autism Center at Regis College.

    Jacquelyn MacDonald Named NECC Educator of the Year - The New England Center for Children

    The New England Center for Children announced today that Jacquelyn MacDonald, PhD, BCBA-D, LABA, has been named Educator of the Year. This award is bestowed upon an educator who exemplifies commitment, leadership, and excellence in autism education. The award will be presented at NECC's annual Children of Promise Gala, to be held on Friday, November 30 ...

  • NECC welcomes Elizabeth Wetherbee Klein to the Board of Directors. Mrs. Klein has extensive experience in marketing and fundraising and makes a dynamic addition to the team.

    NECC Elects Elizabeth Wetherbee Klein to Board of Directors - The New England Center for Children

    NECC announces the election of Elizabeth Wetherbee Klein to the Board of Directors. Mrs. Klein is a marketing consultant, volunteer and mother of three children. "The New England Center for Children is excited and honored to have Beth Klein join our Board of Directors," said Vincent Strully, President and CEO of The New England Center for ...

  • NECC continues ABA education, research, and technology in Abu Dhabi.

    NECC and ADEK Agree to Extend Education Contract in Abu Dhabi - The New England Center for Children

    The New England Center for Children and the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK) have agreed to extend NECC's contract for management of the Mohammed bin Rashid Center for Special Education operated by The New England Center for Children, a school and research center for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

  • NECC welcomes Dan Saul to the Board of Directors. Mr. Saul brings a wealth of business and technology experience to the Board.

    NECC Elects Dan Saul to Board of Directors - The New England Center for Children

    NECC announced today the election of Daniel N. Saul to the Board of Directors. Mr. Saul is a private investor with early-stage technology companies. "Dan Saul is a great addition to The New England Center for Children's Board of Directors, and we are grateful for his participation and leadership," said Vincent Strully, President and CEO ...

  • Our Partner Program Classroom model is an innovative way to bring NECC services to school districts.

    NECC Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Partner Program Classrooms - The New England Center for Children

    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.

  • Thanks to Dunkin Donuts for a 20+ year charitable partnership.

    NECC in Southborough receives $214K from Dunkin' Donuts franchisees

    SOUTHBOROUGH - Entering its second decade, the annual Carlos Placido Dunkin' Donuts Golf Classic for Autism is off to a good start.The event raised $214,400 for the the New England Center for Children, an autism education and research institute on Rte. 9.

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