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  • Why do I help?
    As a dedicated advocate for neurodivergent littles, I recognize their inability to advocate for themselves. 'After teaching and raising my children within the American education system, I've witnessed firsthand how certain policies have fostered low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression for children who require accommodations and support. I am committed to addressing the harm inflicted by existing systemic structures, policies, and standards. Which is especially prevalent among neurodivergent children and minority groups.
  • Who do I help?
    I am dedicated to aiding caregivers and educators in their efforts to combat the detrimental impact of current systemic structures, policies, and standards on the welfare of neurodivergent individuals and minority communities. This support involves enhancing their capabilities through the utilization of effective tools and strategies. As we know better, we do better, and until then, we give ourselves grace.
  • What do I know?
    We are the first generation actively advocating for neurodivergent well-being. I recognize the importance of continuous learning so we can enhance our understanding and commitment to ongoing improvement for better support and outcomes.
  • How can you help?
    Get the message out: Engage with, comment on, share, and save the content from this page to empower others in cultivating their capacity to support neurodivergent children through neuro-affirming and trauma-informed strategies.
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