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Clarksville, Tenn., Resident Receives May Institute's Prestigious Trustees' Fund Award

01/26/12

Randolph, Mass. – May Institute announces that Christina Bock-Giuliano, M.S., BCBA, Clinical/Program Director of the May Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders in Clarksville, has received May Institute’s prestigious Trustees’ Fund Award, which recognizes outstanding employee performance. Nominations are made by peers and supervisors, and award winners are chosen by the Institute’s Board of Trustees. Recipients of the 2011 awards were recently honored at a ceremony held at May Institute’s corporate office in Randolph, Mass. 

May Institute is a national nonprofit organization that provides educational, rehabilitative, and behavioral healthcare services to individuals with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities, brain injury, mental illness, and behavioral health needs. The Institute employs more than 2,000 staff across the country.

May Institute’s Board of Trustees created the Trustees’ Fund Award – the highest honor given to an employee by the organization – in 1993 to recognize the exceptional contributions of staff members who epitomize the organization’s ideals of service and professionalism.

“Christina is a talented clinician who is highly respected by her peers; she is committed to providing the highest quality applied behavior analysis (ABA) services in her area,” said Walter P. Christian, Ph.D., ABBP, ABPP, President of May Institute. “I am both humbled by and grateful for the opportunity to honor such a dedicated and selfless professional.”

Bock-Giuliano is credited with the successful establishment of services in Clarksville, and the greater Ft. Campbell community. She began her career at May Institute in 2008 as a behavior analyst through the Institute’s collaboration with Auburn University. She and her family are residents of Clarksville, Tenn.

About the May Centers for Autism Spectrum Disorders
May Institute’s Centers for Autism Spectrum Disorders are dedicated to meeting the immediate and pressing need for services for children with autism spectrum disorders in military and civilian families. May Institute serves all branches of the military – Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard – and provides services in Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky/Tennessee, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Texas, and Virginia.

For more information, call 931.896.2223, extension 207 or visit www.mayinstitute.org.
 

 

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