The Worcester Telegram & Gazette recently visited the Center for Applied Behavioral Instruction (CABI). Here’s a link to the article, which includes some nice photos of students and staff. Worcester Telegram & Gazette article, Private school in Worcester for autistic students receives state license.
Behavioral Concepts Inc. – will be sponsoring the ‘Kids Corner’ at this years 5k Run and Walk for Autism. At our booth we will have fun filled activities for children and adults as well as information about our services. We’ll have staff on location to answer any questions. More information about the event: Where Join more »
Coverage in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette on Behavioral Concepts, Inc.’s move to a new care center at 345 Greenwood Street in Worcester. Here’s the Worcester Telegram & Gazette article.
Briefs The Lowell Sun UPDATED: 10/13/2013 06:37:24 AM EDT Collamer lands behavioral fellowship WORCESTER — A local student at Worcester State University recently began a fellowship program at Behavioral Concepts Inc., a company of behavioral clinicians specializing in the care of children with autism in central Massachusetts. Carolyn Collamer of Dracut, a more »
Mansfield resident and president of Behavioral Concepts Inc. Dr. Jeffrey Robinson said he has developed a passion for working to help children affected by autism spectrum disorders. When Robinson was in college, he said originally that was not where he saw himself. “Originally I was going to go to law school,” he said. “I was more »
Behavioral Concepts Inc. of Worcester, which specializes in the care of children with autism in Central Massachusetts and has offices in Mansfield and West Boylston, recently announced the promotion of Kristen Ricardi of Worcester to clinical coordinator. In her new role, Ms. Ricardi, who began working at BCI in 2006, will write programs for skills development, counseling more »
Behavioral Concepts Inc. of Worcester, a company of behavioral clinicians specializing in the care of children with autism in Central Massachusetts, recently hired Cindy Wall as a clinical coordinator. Ms. Wall, of North Attleboro, comes to BCI from the Justice Resource Institute’s Taunton office. At BCI, she will write programs for skills development, behavioral support programs and more »
Behavioral Concepts Inc., a company of behavioral clinicians specializing in the care of children with autism in Central Massachusetts, recently announced the promotion of Tiffany Carpinelli of Worcester to the position of clinical coordinator. Ms. Carpinelli had previously worked as a floating therapist. In her new role, she will write programs for skills development, counseling and other developmental more »