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Women start with Why! Dr. Crystal G. Morrison shares how, through conversations with experts, advocates, and those with lived experiences, The Village Vision showcasing successful collaborations that lead to better outcomes.
Rob Gorski pens The Autism Dad blog, where he openly shares his journey as a single father raising three incredible autistic children and has been a go-to resource for parents across the globe raising autistic kids since 2010.
Ian Westmoreland founded Mentoring Men, a free one-to-one life mentoring program that "supports men in their life journey" and Kintsugi Heroes is sharing the stories of everyday people.
Sarah Conway's mission is for families with a child (or children) on the autism spectrum to come as they are, so that together they can all know, experience, and follow Jesus.
Bobby Morgan, Founder of Liberation Lab asks, "What if our schools could reclaim their intended purpose as safe and inclusive spaces?"
The mission of Revitalize Mental Health founder Daniel Gospodarek is to support and empower those who experience mental health, addiction, and trauma challenges to achieve the lives they desire.
Suzanne Burns and Trauma Informed Church is developing Christian leaders to serve their communities more effectively.
Jeannette Paxia helps children, and those who work with children, by empowering them to connect to their inner confidence.
Meegan Winters created AbleVu to enable users to have virtual walk-through tours, accessibility checklists, and other details to ensure the location is accessible to your needs.
At OurNeuroFam.com Jeremy Rochford helps parents manage the acceptance and appreciation of a diagnosis so that the family unit can thrive.
Ready to take tangible steps to move forward in your business? Tanya Milano Snell invites you to join us for.... Branding from Om where you can turn your dreams into reality!
Dr. Marjorie Aunos teaches organizations and educators to solution-find and build environments that are accessible, inclusive, and welcoming to young families with disabilities.
Dr. Tiffany Gary-Webb, and The BEC, supports equitable systems that advance justice and affirm the dignity of every human-being by building and strengthening strategic collaborations and networks through advocacy.
Dr. Jess Patton developed Sense of Connection, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, to serve communities with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other sensory-related diagnoses by providing education, inclusion, and sensory equipment.
Kelly Cain is the Executive Director of The Autism Caring Center, dedicated to improving the quality of life for those living with Autism Spectrum Disorder and the families that care for them.
Dr. Kryn McClain and the team at CatapalloVR believe that just like dragons, individuals who are neurodivergent such as autistics, ADHD, and others, are often misunderstood by society.
Tessa Watkins shares an advocacy blog as Just 1 Voice, where they cover topics such as parenting, neurodiversity, disability, gender identity, and anti-racism.
Nicholas McMahill is an Autism Advocate and the founder of Nicholas’ Journey and the Adventure Spectrum podcast.
Dr. Emile Gouws is an internationally renowned disability activist that attends Commonwealth and United Nations higher political meetings.
Julie Jupiter Book CLub shares fiction and nonfiction books for early readers and children with special communication needs using built-in picture communication.