Therapy room at Lighthouse Autism Center with toys on a table with blue chairs and book shelves above

Sandy Maggioli elected VP of InPeat

Exciting News for our Co-Founder Sandy Maggioli

It is with great excitement that we announce Sandy Maggioli’s election as Vice President of InPeat. For those of you not familiar with this organization, InPeat seeks to “enhance the professional success of it’s member organizations, to facilitate relationships with payers, encourage and facilitate the adherence to high ethical and professional standards, and to promote a better understanding of the services provided by their members.”

Sandy Maggioli, co-founder of Lighthouse Autism Center and parent of a child with autism, has spent years advocating for autism services and advocating on behalf of those effected by autism. We want to congratulate her on this exciting new role and know that her skills, experience and leadership will greatly contribute to the mission and goals of InPeat.

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