The May Center for ABA Services in Randolph, Mass., is a four-hour center-based day program for infants, toddlers, and young children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
WBZ | CBS Boston TV did a segment about a family that had received services through our May Center for ABA Services in Randolph, MA. This segment was part of their Eye on Education program.
May Institute is a leader in service, education, and research for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). At our center, we provide direct service to children and families. We also offer training opportunities for professionals considering a career in behavior analysis, education, or psychology. Our center also actively promotes the conduct of research to develop and disseminate groundbreaking interventions. As part of this research, we sometimes offer services in settings outside of our center-based program, for example in schools or in the homes of participating families. Conducting research in different settings allows us to both maximize the number of children we can support in our center-based program and play a role in development and dissemination of evidence-based interventions.
To learn more about participating in a research project at one of our centers, click here.