May Center for Child Development
For nearly 50 years the caring professionals at May Institute have set a national standard for providing comprehensive research-based services to children with autism mental retardation and other developmental disabilities. The May Center in Freeport provides educational services to children (2-8) using the principles of applied behavior analysis. We offer family support services school-based consultation and training and intensive home-based services. Ninety-five percent of age-appropriate students with autism graduate from the Center and enter public schools each fall.