Alex Pearson (24)

A curious, energetic and silly child, Alex was extremely chatty in school and highly involved in physical activities like soccer, volleyball and track through grade school.

Brytny Grant (31)

Autistic model and photographer, Brytny is a loving and passionate mother of two beautiful children. She was a well-spoken, eloquent and kind child, always performing well above expectations in scholastic environments. She is also delightfully funny and vibrant.

Shawn Fry (54)

Successful entrepreneur and previously a long-time hospital executive, Shawn found his neurodivergent analytical talents were unlocked with the increasing autonomy he was provided. Shawn has a beautiful, loving family and a contagiously positive outlook. As a father, he encourages his children to dream big and never settle. Shawn has defied all expectations of himself and of others through grit, perserverence, and authenticity.

Brytny Grant (31)

Autistic model and photographer, Brytny is a loving and passionate mother of two beautiful children. She was a well-spoken, eloquent and kind child, always performing well above expectations in scholastic environments. She is also delightfully funny and vibrant.

Shawn Fry (54)

Shawn has a beautiful, loving family and a contagiously positive outlook. As a father, he encourages his children to dream big and never settle. Shawn has defied all expectations of himself and of others through grit, perserverence, and authenticity.

Alex Pearson (24)

A curious, energetic and silly child, Alex was extremely chatty in school and highly involved in physical activities like soccer, volleyball and track through grade school.

autism is

We are on a mission to show the world our limitless potential and brilliance.

A non-profit built and run by the neurodiverse for the neurodiverse, we provide a platform for autistic advocates to speak to their experience and provide language for others. We accomplish rewriting a highly stigmatized narrative through reframing misconceptions around autism and inaccurately forecasted "outcomes", harming a child's self-efficacy. Our community projects are evaluated through a lens of empowerment. Utilizing a strengths-first approach so individuals feel proud of their identity rather than limited by it.

Together we will unlock our strengths and vastly surpass expectations.

We are beautiful.
We are unique.
We are capable.
We are divergent.