The need for effective, research-based, and person-centered services for individuals with autism has never been greater.
At May Institute, we strive for clinical excellence to achieve outstanding life outcomes.
For families of children and adults with autism and other special needs, many “firsts” are not guaranteed. But they are possible. And celebrating them becomes an important part of the journey with autism and other special needs.
Through our new “A Lifetime of Firsts” campaign, we hear from individuals, families, and staff who give us their perspective on the power of firsts.
Sophia and Peter, students from the May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities in Randolph, Mass., star in “Dance with Me,” a documentary short produced by the Boston Globe. The film captures their lives in the weeks leading up to, and during, the school prom.
This beautiful and honest piece offers an often unseen window into a special moment in the lives of these two young people.
Fiscal year 2018 was an exciting year filled with many new and significant accomplishments. Individuals and families benefited from expanding services, and May's clinical reputation grew nationally and world-wide.