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Empowering Communities 
to Act on Inclusion


Expanding universal supports and improving the quality of life for neurodivergent individuals
& their families.

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Some of us see the world from a broken heart,
behind windows of grief
and walls of exclusion. 



Around 15% of the world’s population, or estimated 1 billion people, live with disabilities. They are the world’s largest minority. (WHO)

Women with disabilities are recognized to be multiply disadvantaged, experiencing exclusion on account of their gender and their disability. (Disabled World)

Approximately 1 in 6, or about 17%, of children aged 3 through 17 years have one or more developmental disabilities such as Autism, Intellectual Disabilities and Cerebral Palsy. (CDC)

& their families

of our abilities & differences

How we do it

  • INCLUSI App & Community  

  • Training: Community and Business Education

  • Individualized Services

  • Sensory Sensitive Environments

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INCLUSI App & Community

This global platform makes it easy for neurodivergent individuals & their families to find community resources, supports, and services that are welcoming and sensitive to accommodate their alternative needs. 



For parents and family members. For educators, teachers, and professionals. For businesses and organizations. For everyone who cares enough to make a meaningful difference in someone's life. Training leads to learning. Understanding leads to awareness. Awareness leads to the possibility of taking concrete actions to improve the quality of life for neurodiversity. Learn more about how you can accommodate their alternative needs, provide a welcoming environment and be INCLUSIve!


Individualized Services

A holistic approach to improving the quality of life of your loved one and your family! Through the Gentle Teaching (GT) framework and incorporating Multi-Sensory Environment practices, we provide an individualized holistic approach focused on 'relationship care' and socio-emotional connection while fostering life skills such as communication, self-care, adaptive skills, and social skills.

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Sensory Sensitive Environments

Sensory needs are common medical conditions for neurodivergent individuals. Their brain reacts differently to the information that comes through the senses and results in feeling significantly overwhelmed. This limits and negatively impacts the individual's daily life routines to the extent of isolation. Thanks to the work and research of caring professionals, today there are products and aids that can be integrated into an environment to make their experience possible and more pleasant. Learn more!

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These are the daily life
stories of our neurodivergent friends 
& their families!

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