Children and adolescents with brain injury—acquired
through accident, illness, or neurological disease— need
a special place where they can receive the individualized
medical, educational, and behavioral services necessary
to rebuild their lives. A place where they can belong, and
an environment that supports skill development and
rehabilitation and fosters new friendships.
The May Center for Education and Neurorehabilitation is just such a place. It is a nationally recognized school that provide exceptional services to children, adolescents, and young adults, ages 5-22, with acquired brain injury or neurological disease.
Utilizing techniques based on applied behavior analysis (ABA), specialists and teachers work with students, helping them regain cognitive skills and independence needed to return to public schools, jobs, family life, and other community settings.
With over 50 highly specialized staff members, including doctoral- and master’s-level supervisors, certified brain injury specialists, and licensed and credential professionals, the May Center is uniquely qualified to meet the needs of the students in our care.