Meet Our Staff
At Perfect Piece, we recognize that our employees are our most valued assets. Headed by Jermaine Henderson, we strive to improve quality of lives for those we serve.
Jermaine Henderson has been working with typical and atypical developing children, adolescents and adults for over 13 years. He grew up having a passion with sports and competition. His favorite hobbies are going for hikes, playing chess, and dominating no limit Texas Holdem. In high school, he played football, basketball, and ran outdoor track. He was awarded a full scholarship to attend the University of Maine (Orono) where he also completed his undergraduate degree in child development and family relations. He also obtained a minor in disability studies. During his time at UMaine, he served as a mentor/tutor for the student body, was secretary for a national honor society, as well as being a teacher assistant for several classes. After wrapping up his degree, he decided to bring his talents to Massachusetts where he accepted a full time position and the New England Center for Children (NECC). During his time at NECC, he was involved and worked in several different areas which include residential settings, day team settings, partner/inclusion settings, as well as time in the preschool! While at NECC, he completed his Masters in Special Education at Simmons College (Boston). He is committed in completing his Doctorate Program in organizational leadership with an emphasis on organizational development. At Perfect Piece, Jermaine not only provides therapy both in home and in the community, but also handles several different administrative tasks. Jermaine’s goals are to: raise the quality of life by increasing independence, provide an enriched experience for all employees, make a meaningful difference for both students and their families, and most importantly come together as a team!
Corey Carbone began his career at the New England Center for Children in 2012, where he worked as a teacher for children with autism and other developmental impairments. In the time he was at NECC, Corey attained his Masters in Special Education from Simmons College, and gained experience in the areas of: Staff Supervision, Curriculum Development, and with Individualized Education Plans. Corey completed his undergraduate studies from Westfield State University, where he studied Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology
Family & Staff Coordinator
Jessie Beaton is the family and staff coordinator at perfect piece, while also providing in-home direct care services as a behavioral technician. Jessie has been working with children with developmental disabilities for about a year and half and is on her way to complete a master’s program in developmental psychology. Jessie has a history of working in home as a mental health counselor alongside working in-home providing ABA therapy services. With her bubbly and enthusiastic personality, she can interact with infants to young adults, leading the sessions to be fun, engaging and beneficial. As a staff and family coordinator, she works closely with Jermaine, working the fundamental aspects of the company while also following up with families to make sure they are receiving the ideal services for their children!
Antiwone Carr has been in the behavioral health field for over 10+ years holding various job titles such as job coach, mentor, in addition to being a teacher, working direct care in large and small groups with children/adults. He also has a background of management/supervision in related fields, studied at both Mount Ida and Nichols College. Antiwone is continuing his education taken on certifications courses to maximize full potential. Number one priority is to make sure that all individuals are safe, continuously enhancing their skills, and having some fun along the way! Every individual he has worked with throughout the years is unique to him, which is why he is trained in a variety of different approaches in order to implement the best course of action for both the individual and family. In his free time, Antiwone enjoys playing football and being around family. He also considers himself a “history buff”.
Edward Sanabria moved to Boston from Connecticut in 2013 to pursue his Master’s degree in Behavior Analysis from Simmons College. He has an extensive background in the field that stems from working in public schools, private ABA based schools, and in the home and community with families. In 2015, he received his certification from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board and is a Licensed Applied Behavior Analyst in the state of Massachusetts.
Edward began working with children as a swim instructor at the age of 15. After swimming at the collegiate level as a member of the Brandeis University swim team, Ed went on to be the head coach of a YMCA swim team in CT while working in public schools as an ABA therapist. Following his move to Massachusetts, he became the head coach of the the Northeastern University Swim Club and worked as an assistant coach at the recreation and USA swimming level. Following his graduation, Ed accepted a position as a clinician at a private school; then transitioned to providing insurance based services in the home. Ed enjoys working directly with the children the most, building functional skills and facilitating new experiences with them. While continuing to develop his skills at the clinical level, he takes advantage of every opportunity to work directly with his clients. Ed is passionate about applying the principles of ABA outside of the academic setting to teach functional and athletic skills; he also specializes in behavior management and parent training.
During his free time, Ed owns and operates his own company, Aquatic Behavior, LLC, enjoys spending time with and training his dog, and building his skills as a “foodie” by going out to eat at new restaurants.
We are in the process of uploading our staff’s other bios. Please check back next time for more information. In the meantime, you can always call us at 508-733-7279 for inquiries.