The May Center School for Brain Injury and Neurobehavioral Disorders is a place where progress is possible and hope lives. Here, students with a wide variety of complex needs and co-occurring diagnosis learn to walk again, talk again, control impulsive and aggressive behaviors, and become more independent.
Here — with the support of a highly trained, compassionate staff — these children and adolescents continue to learn and grow, receiving the specialized services they need to achieve their personal best. Some graduate from high school, some learn new vocational skills; over 60 percent return to a less restrictive environment with new life skills, a sense of pride, and hope for the future.
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