Designed for and with autistic and
neurodivergent voices

With easy-to-implement online curricula and resources, we use proven strategies to build bridges of understanding and promote life-changing learning. Learn more about our neurodiversity-affirming offerings below:

Neurodiversity-affirming curriculum

For therapists, practitioners, and educators working with autistic and neurodivergent youth ages 5-10

Empowering resources for families

For parents and families with children ages 3-8 across all neurotypes

Free resources

For anyone looking to learn more about autism and neurodiversity



Neurodiversity on-demand webinar

For therapists, educators, parents, and professionals wanting to become a neurodiversity-affirming champion

We build BRIDGES
of UNDERSTANDING

At Bridges, we create innovative, community-driven educational curricula that empowers autistic and neurodivergent individuals. Our curricula, resources, and trainings are all centered around authentically supporting autistic and neurodivergent (ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, etc.) needs.

Some of our favorite reviews so far:

“Thank you for creating something with neurodiversity in mind from the start.”

Suzy

Teacher of students with visual impairments

“The neurodiversity webinar is absolutely fantastic in laying the foundations for you to build positive relationships with autistic people. Bridges have captured the sentiments of the Neurodivergent community perfectly! Bravo.”

Jude Morrow

CEO and Founder, Neurodiversity Training International

“Thank you for what you are doing…what a difference this will make.”

Hannah

Neurodivergent self-advocate

“This looks GREAT!”

Andrea

Professor of Special Education

“Being the parent of an autistic young man in Bangalore, I wished that this was available years ago when I struggled as a mother to help my child make sense of so many things in the world around him. I feel the love, patience, and attention to detail that has gone into this curriculum and have recommended it to my friends!”

Anima

Parent

Latest blogs

Why Social Skills Programs Don’t Work by Katrina Martin on August 17, 2022 Conventional Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) and social skills programs for Autistic and neurodivergent youth have been used for decades in an attempt to “normalize” kids and extinguish Autistic traits. They are built upon a […]
Neurodiversity At Home by Katrina Martin on July 27, 2022 Neurodiversity is a concept that is important for all people to understand and meld into their worldview. Historically, society has placed the onus of change on Autistic and neurodivergent folks to socialize, communicate, and behave more […]
“It’s going to make your life easier and you’re going to be a lot happier”: Success Stories From SEA Bridge Users by Caroline Phillips on May 19, 2022 Letting go of ingrained concepts and teaching styles and transitioning to neurodiversity-affirming strategies can seem daunting. Where do […]
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