Autism sensory boxes distributed to 40 classrooms

  • Shown with some of the Autism Sensory boxes distributed to classrooms, left to right — Leominster Mayor Dean J. Mazzarella, District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr., Leominster Autism Project Director Stephanie Madrigal, Register of Probate Stephanie K. Fattman, Clerk Ashely Cormier. submitted photo

Published: 12/5/2019 9:31:24 PM
Modified: 12/5/2019 9:31:13 PM

LEOMINSTER — The Worcester Probate and Family Court’s Register of Probate Stephanie K. Fattman teamed up with local community leaders to build and distribute Autism Sensory boxes to 40 classrooms in Leominster and Westminster.

Register of Probate Stephanie K. Fattman coordinated the project. Funds were granted through District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.’s Drug Forfeiture Grant program. Leominster Mayor Dean Mazzarella, Leominster Autism Project’s Stephanie Madrigal, and Worcester Probate and Family Court Clerk Ashely Cormier helped secure classrooms to distribute the sensory boxes.

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