Corporate social responsibility and philanthropy For special Needs
We raise corporate sponsorships for historically underrepresented groups with ADHD to access personalized action plans, online courses, and online therapy.
Caregivers, teachers, and pediatricians are unable to meet the needs of most children who have special needs or ADHD.
1 in every 4 kids arrested at school, has disabilities or struggles with mental health. Suicide is the second leading cause of death for children, adolescents, and young adults aged 15 to 24. The majority have a significant mental health disorder, and suicide attempts are often impulsive.
The numbers are even worse for students in historically underrepresented groups with disabilities. African-American students with disabilities represent 18.7% of the special education population, but half of the special education students that are incarcerated.
Only 37% receive services while in school. The number of kids like this is growing at a terrifying rate all over the world and misinformation and stigmas surrounding their differences are dangerous and need to be addressed now. The longer we allow this to happen, the worse it becomes for them and everyone else too.
We are on a mission to: Help caregivers of kids with special needs by providing resources from our 70+ world-leading instructors in fields such as Cognitive Neuroscience, Psychology, and Special Education (with a special focus on ADHD).
We do this by: Supporting families in underrepresented communities. We then design a program to address those families’ specific needs to help caregivers tackle ADHD and other possible comorbidity effectively and efficiently with our holistic care. Through tracking and monitoring their results, we assist families in applying the things learned during the training to their everyday lives.
But first: We need to raise funds from socially responsible and philanthropic organizations to sponsor families through our CSR and Philanthropy for Special Needs program.
Why choose us
You’ll get access to a dedicated care coordinator to guide you through everything and ensure you’re getting the help you need.
Ask questions to World-Leading Experts on Special Needs and learn how to deal with them in the workplace and ask any question during the live Q&A.
Access to our growing library of 70+ masterclasses covering special needs and mental health training for parents, students, educators, and health professionals.
These worksheets and handouts will make it easy for you to apply what you’ve learned from each Masterclass to your own life.
You’ll get access to our growing library with 14+ hours of video lessons that will walk you through the pitfalls of coping special needs.
Audio versions of our Masterclasses and Online Courses to listen to on-the-go.
Get support from world class experts and other caregivers in an expert-moderated forum.
Exclusive discounts from our partners and speakers on their best ADHD content.
Our team of care coordinator will ensure that you are getting the help and guidance youmay need through everything.
Child and adult psychiatrist, Professor at Harvard Medical School for 21 years, New York Times bestselling author of over 20 books on psychological topics, Founder of The Hallowell ADHD Centers, around the country, a world-renowned speaker, and leading authority in the field of ADHD.
Clinical Child Psychologist, Professor at Harvard Medical School for over 20 years, New York Times bestselling author of The Explosive Child and Raising Human Beings, and founding director of the non-profit Lives in the Balance
Sam Goldstein, Ph.D. ABPdN, pediatric neuropsychologist specialized in forensics, school psychology, child development and neuropsychology. Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Attention Disorders, and Clinical Director of the Neurology Learning and Behavior Center.
Stephen Hinshaw is Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, and Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at UC San Francisco. His work focuses on developmental psychopathology, particularly ADHD, and mental illness stigma. He has authored over 360 articles and chapters, along with 12 books.
Recipient of the 2016 CHADD Hall of Fame Award and the 2017 Founders Award from the ADHD Coaches Organization. She is also the president of the Association of Coach Training Organizations (ACTO).
Thomas E. Brown earned his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Yale University and served on the clinical faculty of the Dept. of Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine for 21 years while operating a clinic in CT for children and adults with ADHD and related problems. He has published 30 articles in professional journals and 6 books on ADHD.
Certified Positive Discipline trainer and a regular contributor to Psychology Today and ADDitude Magazine, founder of TiLT Parenting, and author of more than a dozen preschool books based on the series Blue’s Clues.
Clinical Neuropsychologist at Harvard Medical School with nearly 40 years of experience in the field. He was the founding director of the Learning Lab, a diagnostic clinic at Lesley, and served for several years at Cambridge Health Alliance as the Co-Director of the Center for Child and Adolescent Development.