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Tips to help you reduce expenses and stress this holiday season
If the country’s current economic crisis is stressing you out and putting a damper on your holiday spirit, you are not alone. more

Electronics Collection Days to Benefit May Institute; E-Cycling Offers Convenience, Cost Savings, Community and Environmental Benefits
E-cycling offers a convenient, cost-effective alternative to stockpiling or illegal dumping of old electronics and provides a unique opportunity to support nonprofit organizations and global environmental goals. more

May Institute’s Southeastern Region Earns National Accreditation
According to the survey summary, the quality of the professionally provided services in the Southeastern Region is “second to none,” and “teamwork, mutual respect, cooperation, and open communication are demonstrated throughout the organization.” more

May Institute President Walter P. Christian, Ph.D., ABPP, Selected to Receive Boston Business Journal “Champions in Health Care” Lifetime Achievement Award
Dr. Christian recognized for enduring commitment to excellence in advancing the quality of health care. more

Electronics Collection Day Fundraiser to Benefit May Institute; E-Cycling Offers Convenience, Cost Savings, Community and Environmental Benefits
May Institute announces a special e-cycling event to be hosted in Northampton more

May Institute’s Chief Clinical Officer Dennis C. Russo, Ph.D., ABPP, Recognized as One of 56 Distinguished Behavior Analysis Fellows Worldwide
May Institute is now the first nonprofit human services organization in the country to have two such renowned experts in the field of applied behavior analysis. more

May Institute Receives Over $1 Million from Cadence Design Systems
Funds will establish Pediatric Specialty Center in Silicon Valley, California, for children with autism and other developmental disabilities. more

Early Intervention Key to Treating Autism; April is Autism Awareness Month
Although there is no cure for Autism, early diagnosis and treatment have a significant impact on future progress. more

The Bay School Doubles Its Campus Size To Offer Middle and High School Level Programs to Individuals With Autism
The Bay School expands its campus to include a state-of-the-art 6,600-square-foot building that will house the school’s middle and high school transition programs and vocational/life skills training center. more

Lawrence Public School District To Host Visitors from Iceland
Positive Behavior Support program attracts international attention. more

May Institute Selected by Cadence Design Systems as Beneficiary of its 2008 Stars & Strikes® Fundraiser to Benefit Children with Autism
Partnerships will establish Pediatric Specialty Center in Los Gatos, California. more