Who We Are

We are a collaborative of advocates and educators for neurodiversity.  We want to see systemic and legislative change as a part of our work to support families.  We know education is the first step to that goal and want to see more families and professionals educated about the neurodiversity that contributes so much to our world.  We see value in neurodiverse individuals and want to see their voices lifted and valued in the discussion.  We want to link arms with fellow advocates and fight for change to improve the quality of life of families while maintaining stability for children.

O U R   M I S S I O N

We help families and professionals working with individuals with neurodiversity to feel confident and supported by providing a library of resources and a sense of community so that they are empowered in supporting these individuals and advocating for their own needs.

O U R   V I S I O N

To build a community of people passionate about creating a better world for neurodiverse individuals.

What We Believe

  • The voices of self advocates should be prioritized and guide our work.
  • Marginalized populations bring important perspectives to the table and are key partners.  This includes, but is not limited to, those discriminated against on the basis of their race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion or socioeconomic status.
  • Biological families should be maintained whenever safe. Foster care should be a last resort and, even more so, adoption.
  • We believe systemic racism plays a part in important systems like health care, foster care, and education.

Our Collaborators

Meet the amazing people we work with to bring you great content.

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Our
Community

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Our Courses

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