Stacey MacMillan has seen the needs in her field change wildly since she started working at Road to Responsibility in 2003.

As the number of people with autism spectrum disorder grew, so did her desire to learn more about how to help the people she and the organization serve.

So when the Marshfield-based nonprofit offered to cover tuition costs for a graduate program in autism studies, she signed up along with 14 of her co-workers. Set to complete the program this year, the Weymouth resident said she has learned better goal planning and communications skills that will help in her job.

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