LMNK Advocacy


LMNK Advocacy

UPDATED: August 10, 2022

Lisa Marie Noke-Kearney has been in the advocacy field for 14 years with an interest in residential and out of district placement for children on the autism spectrum and other related disabilities. Her knowledge of ABA, evidence-based practices, functional behavior assessments, crisis prevention, neuropsychological reports and federal and state laws allowed her to create strong Individualized Education Plans for her clients. She is a Guardian Ad Litem for Essex, Middlesex and Worcester County in Massachusetts representing children in the custody of the Department of Children and Families (DCF). She also manages a paralegal program for 20 courts in Massachusetts for students on the autism spectrum through the Autism Higher Education Foundation. Lisa Marie is a certified Ombudsman for Minuteman Senior Services, where she advocate for those residing in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. She has been a board member for the New England Chapter of Autism Speaks from 2005-2010, committee member for Advocates for Autism of Massachusetts (AFAM) for twelve years, Teamsters local 25 Autism Gala Committee for 12 years, a Family Mentor for the Shriver Kennedy/LEND program and Family Partner for the Children’s Behavior Health Initiative. She has been a member of the Special Needs Advocacy Network (SPAN), Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA), The Massachusetts Association of Guardians ad Litem (MAGAL) and Melmark New England Human Rights Committee. Prior, she was the Human Resource Director for WorldStreet Corporation and Marble Associates.

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LMNK Advocacy
19 Blackstone Road
North Billerica, MA 01862
United States



(339) 223-8282



Lisa Marie Noke-Kearney

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