We’re a Brooklyn-based couple on a mission to make our community a more comfortable place for Autistic individuals and their families.
Together, we founded the Jewish Autism Network, a global shtetl where you can kvell and kvetch with people who get it!
Ambassador Deborah Lipstadt, Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti Semitism
Kathy Hochul, Governor of New York State
Attending Governor Kathy Hochul's Rosh Hashanah gathering at the Center for Jewish History on September 19th. Among the many initiatives highlighted was a commitment to recognizing the unique issues surrounding Jewish Americans’ Mental health.
The New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) created the Spotlight on Jewish Americans Campaign to provide resources to develop a webinar to the existing equity series that will preface cultural and religious considerations, address antisemitism and its effects, and provide best-practice approaches in the provision of behavioral health services for this community.
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This group provides a space for autistic Jewish community members to share their lives, ask questions, affirm each other's experiences, socialize, and gain valuable tools for navigating the neurotypical world, specifically the Jewish one.
For Autistic Jews (21+) -- designed and led by Matthew Lawrence, the #ActuallyAutistic Jewish life coach.
October 8 & 22th at 8AM PST / 9AM Mountain / 10AM Central / 11AM EST / 4PM Britain / 5PM Europe / 6PM Israel
Over the last year, we’ve embarked on a series of advocacy trips to Albany. Our mission? To meet political figures and engage in discussions about developmental disabilities legislation.
We had the incredible opportunity to voice our concerns, share personal stories, and advocate for change. Working towards a more inclusive and equitable future for all is an empowering experience!
We provide a warm, independent, nonjudgmental place to connect, community outreach, and practical support for Autistic self-advocates.