Welcome to Students from KIOM University in South Korea


We were happy to welcome a group of students from KIOM University in South Korea to our campus in Randolph, Mass. The students, who are studying to become autism clinicians, received a grant to travel to the U.S. and visit and observe at our May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities. They shared with us that there is a critical need for services in Korea and most children with autism do not attend school. 

Visiting students are pictured here with Dr. Ralph B. Sperry, Chief Operating Officer at May Institute (at center).