May Center school staff support "Boston Strong"
"Our thoughts and prayers are with you,” read the giant red poster created by Randolph May Center music teacher Justina Stickland after the Boston marathon bombings last month.
The poster offered words of comfort and support to victims as well as appreciation for first responders and law enforcement officials. It was displayed in the school in Randolph, signed by dozens of May staff, and later placed at the Copely Square Memorial in Boston. Read the story.
"It is important to me to be a good person." Meet Brandon.
After receiving a diagnosis of severe autism nearly 30 years ago, Brandon's parents decided that he should receive home-based therapy services from May Institute instead of going to an institution. It was a difficult decision because they were going against their diagnostician's advice, but it turned out to be the right choice for Brandon.
Today, he is a happy young man with a full and rewarding life. Read his story!