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What is NeuroGuides all about?
All the resources, training, and support you need to flourish!
We encourage often very discouraged people towards a better future
Autistic persons are often in need of healthy, nurturing encouragement and it is a part of our service to them and their families.
Get the support, direction and opportunities YOU need
Everything is tailored to your individual needs. We know you cannot be labelled, so we don’t try to.
NeuroGuides is a bridge to finding transformative solutions for autistic persons
While we use research-based best practices with a model of engagement that is unique to NeuroGuides, our services for autistic individuals are based on the specific needs, strengths, and goals of the client.
Read the latest blog posts from our partner, The NeuroClastic, a neurodivergent collective.
“We are a collective of neurodivergents cataloguing the experience, insights, knowledge, talents, and creative pursuits of autistics. We hope to build a repository of information about the lived exploits, inner lives, Work, soul, interests, and culture of the neurodiverse spirit. “
It is living in awareness of our own cultural immaturity where we begin the walk into the not-yet landscape of neurodiversity understanding.
Aubrey felt the cool mist of the early fall breeze cross her neck. She’d bundled up before leaving her small apartment, taking the stairs…
World-renowned neurotypical advocate to autistic persons, J David Hall, realizes that he himself is autistic and chronicles unpacking that truth.
Marcie Ciampi, M.Ed.
(Also Known As Author ‘Samantha Craft’)
Marcie is best known for her writings found in the well-received blog and book “Everyday Aspergers”. A professional educator, she has been featured in various literature, including peer-reviewed journals, Aspien Women, Autism Parenting Magazine, The Mighty, Project Aspie, Art & Autism, and Different Brains. Marcie serves as a Diversity and Inclusion Consultant at Spectrum Suite LLC and as the Senior Recruiter and Outreach Specialist at ULTRA Testing, a technology company with a neurodiversity hiring initiative. She is a coauthor of Spectrum Women: Walking to the Beat of Autism and speaks globally on the topic of neurodiversity as it relates to employment and self-empowerment. To date she has corresponded with over 10,000 autistics around the world. She resides in Olympia, Washington, USA.