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Students Harvest for Others in Need
Brain injury students value giving back to others, contributing to the community in a variety of ways. more

Listen to MAGIC 106.7 and call in on behalf of May Institute!

A message from a May Center School parent about the splash pad initiative in Randolph, Mass.!

The Sweetest Day of the Year.
Our annual Pie Day competition started out the holidays on a sweet note. more

Full Baskets, Full Hearts
Happy Thanksgiving to All. more

Superflex Training Academy Graduates!
The May Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder in Jacksonville, North Carolina is proud to announce the first graduating class of Superflex Training Academy (social skills group)! more

Meeting Dr. Temple Grandin
Dr. Grandin’s ground-breaking achievements in livestock handling and facility design more

Remember to Vote!
Everyone can and should vote in the upcoming election (November 8), including individuals with a wide range of disabilities. more

May Institute Named Among Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts

Go, Bulldogs!
Students from the May Center School for Brain Injury and Related Disorders competed in their very first Special Olympics flag football games! more

Bay School Parents Say "Thank You" with an Ice Cream Social
There is always time to celebrate staff! more

Raising Awareness About Mental Health Issues
During National Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 2-8, 2016), May Institute is proud to join with organizations across the country to raise awareness and offer support and hope to families affected by mental health issues. more

Many Thanks to the Bose® Corporation!

Dr. Beth A. Jerskey Authors Article Published in the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Center’s Newsletter
“Neuropsychology: When is the right time to adopt test revisions?”, an article written Beth A. Jerskey, Ph.D., has been published in the APPIC E-newsletter. more

Welcome to Students from KIOM University in South Korea
We are always grateful to share our schools with visitors from around the world. more

Special Olympics Games Celebrate all Abilities

Special Olympics Massachusetts Teams Up with May Institute
On Friday, September 16th, Special Olympics Massachusetts will be teaming up with the May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities for the first-ever Games at the residential and day school in Randolph. more

Thank you to all May employees who worked Labor Day.

Introducing our new May Store!
Shop online for May merchandise! more

Coping in a Violent World
We all need help coping with the fear and anxiety caused by acts of terror, gun violence, and hatred. more

Massachusetts Nonprofit Network - 2016 Nonprofit Awareness Day

Dr. Nathan Lambright Shares ABA Expertise with Chinese Educators
Nathan Lambright enjoyed a successful trip to China to participate in an educational forum by Stars and Rain Educational Institute for Autism in Beijing. more

May Institute's 2015 Annual Report
A year of progress and accomplishments at May Institute, celebrating our 60th year! more

Singapore's Saint Andrew's Autism Centre Visits May Institute
We are honored that a group from St. Andrew's Autism Centre (SAAC) in Singapore came to visit our various programs. more

Dr. Nathan Lambright Co-authors Article Published in the Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities
Nathan Lambright, Psy.D., BCBA-D, Vice President of Clinical Services in Educational Services for May Institute, was recently published in the Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities. more

Spring 2016 Employee Spotlight Award winners!
Each quarter, Our Employee Recognition & Appreciation Committee recognizes up to five employees who exemplify May Institute’s core values by demonstrating excellence in service delivery, and a collaborative, respectful, and positive approach to coworkers and the individuals served. more

A Closer Look at Autism: 30 Days, 30 Topics
Anyone can search the Internet for “autism treatment” or “autism cure” and get hundreds of thousands of hits. Faced with a barrage of often-conflicting information, how do you know where to begin? This is the perfect place to start, with scientifically sound information that families and others can use to make life better now for people on the autism spectrum. Knowledge is power. more

Climbing to New Heights - Shiba-dang!

Thanks to Bailey’s Team for Autism!
We were happy to welcome Bailey's Team for Autism President, Sammi Robertson, to our school. more

Meet May: Meet Jalisa and Susan
A profile from "Faces. Voices. Lives. - 60 Years at May Institute." more

First Semester of Master's-Level Training Kicks off on Randolph Campus!
New Partnership Between May Institute and Endicott College to Help Meet Growing Need for Master’s-Level Service Providers more

A message from Dr. Lauren Solotar, May president and CEO, to all May staff
National Employee Appreciation Day. more

Hope Springs Eternal: Lauren Solotar Readies May Institute for Challenges to Come
Dr. Lauren C Solotar, President and CEO of May Institute, is selected as one of 23 Women of Influence in 2015 by the Boston Business Journal. "Top female executives driving change in the Greater Boston economy." more