VF&N attorney Martin Crim has been on the Matthew’s Center Board of Directors for 4 years and currently serves as the Vice Chair.
At Vanderpool, Frostick, & Nishanian, P.C., we value our community ties, and we believe that serving our community extends beyond our professional legal services. Community engagement is a priority, and our attorneys and staff are active in a variety of service organizations and nonprofits. In this weekly blog series, Community Spotlight, we are highlighting these organizations and the value they provide to our community! This week, we are recognizing Matthew’s Center for Visual Learning in Manassas, VA where VF&N attorney Martin Crim currently serves as on the Board of Directors as Vice Chair.
About Matthew’s Center for Visual Learning
Matthew’s Center is a non-profit day school dedicated to enhancing the lives of children and families affected by autism and related disabilities. It builds pathways for success with individuals ages 5-21 across the autism spectrum in a child-centered, family focused environment. The Center employs dedicated, highly-qualified, trained professionals who specialize in working with individuals with special needs. Their programs are based on the science of Applied Behavior Analysis and use the latest research-based methods to help individuals reach their full potential. Matthew’s Center is licensed by the Virginia Department of Education and the Virginia Department of Social Services.
VF&N attorney Martin Crim has served on the Matthew’s Center Board of Directors since 2013. He is currently serving as the Vice Chair. As the parent of a son on the autism spectrum, it is important to him to contribute his time and leadership to Matthew’s Center.
To learn more about this incredible community organization, visit their webpage.