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Thom Marlboro Area Early Intervention

340 Maple St., Suite 410, Marlboro, MA  01752

Contact Information:
Phone: (508) 624-0304
Fax: (508) 624-0391
Dawn Gutro, Director

Hours Of Operation:
8:00 - 4:00


  • Speech and Language Pathologists
  • Physical Therapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Developmental Educators
  • Nurses
  • Social Workers
  • Interpreters – Spanish and Portuguese
  • Assistant Teachers
  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Meet the Staff

Thom 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:

Lynn is a Physical Therapist who has worked with children in the Early Intervention setting for the last 26 years.  Lynn’s passion is working with babies born prematurely and babies with torticollis and other developmental issues.  Lynn has also worked with a handicap ski program at the Sunday River ski resort.  When Lynn isn’t surrounding herself with children, she enjoys biking, cooking, gardening, and curling up with a good book and her two cats.  

Alexandra (Allie) is a Developmental Specialist and has a certificate in Autism Studies.  Before coming to Thom Marlboro Area, she worked as the Program Director and Therapeutic Horseback Riding Instructor with children with special needs at a local equestrian center.  Her passion is using animals to help teach life and social skills as well as postpartum depression, behavior management, ASD, and Down Syndrome.  She has a love of horses and all animals.
Margaret is a Speech and Language Pathologist, a certified Early Intervention Specialist, and has a special interest in working with children with hearing loss.  Before joining our team 8 years ago, Margaret worked as a Specialty Service Provider for children with Autism.  In her free time, Margaret enjoys running and recently ran in the 2018 Boston Marathon.  She also spends her time as an outdoor experiential educator on a ropes course.