Thom Marlboro Area Early Intervention
340 Maple St., Suite 410, Marlboro, MA 01752
- Speech and Language Pathologists
- Physical Therapists
- Occupational Therapists
- Developmental Educators
- Social Workers
- Interpreters – Spanish and Portuguese
- Assistant Teachers
- Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Meet the StaffThom Marlboro Area Early Intervention is in the business of helping children and their families achieve their goals. We recognize that our success depends on the skills and experience of the people who work for us. Thom Marlboro Area employs nearly 50 full and part-time staff members: therapists, teachers, nurses and social workers, several of whom are fluent in Spanish, Portuguese, Russian and Latvian.
Meet some of our dedicated staff:
Jackie is a Developmental Specialist and Team Leader. She has worked at Thom Marlboro Area Early Intervention for almost 20 years. She received her undergraduate degree from UMass Amherst and her graduate degree from Harvard University. Jackie has worked with babies and children, birth to age three years, in a variety of setting since her college years. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, hiking on trails on local conservation land, and reading in her spare time.
Donna has been a Registered Nurse for the past 34 years; the last 24 years have been mostly in the pediatric field. She has experience in both inpatient and outpatient pediatric care. Donna has worked in a variety of settings including medical, surgical, ICU, CCU, maternity and the Emergency Room. She has also worked for the Red Cross, an insurance company and in physician's offices. Donna has worked at Thom Marlboro Area Early Intervention for seven years. Her interests outside of work include playing board games, reading, and traveling. She also loves musical theater.Pat is a Developmental Specialist with 30 years of experience in the field of early care and education. Pat has worked for nine years in Early Intervention and received her Master's degree in Early Childhood Education from Worcester State University. With her background and knowledge of child development, Pat has run workshops for local childcare centers, mentored students form local colleges, presented at the Massachusetts Early Intervention Conference, and currently facilitates two EI playgroups including a music group. She is a co- facilitator of the SCERTS program that provides individually designed services for children with social communication and emotional regulation delays. Pat enjoys vacationing with her children and grandchildren and plays goalie for a woman's over 40 soccer team.