The New England Center for Children

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The New England Center for Children (NECC) was founded in 1975 with a purpose to teach children with autism spectrum diagnoses. The Center opened up new doors for those who had been previously ignored by society, simply because no one understood how to effectively nurture and teach children affected by behavioral disorders.

NECC provides a classroom environment where children can take advantage of services that actually help them grow into capable, contributing adults. Recognized as one of the most respected autism institutes in the world, NECC uses medicinal and behavior analysis therapies to help children become successful adults and unlock their true potential.

The Agrawal Family Foundation supports the NECC and its programs with monetary donations.  To learn how you can support NECC, visit https://www.necc.org/support-necc/.