Corporate social responsibility and philanthropy For special Needs

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We raise corporate sponsorships for historically underrepresented groups with ADHD to access personalized action plans, online courses, and online therapy.

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The Problem

At Home, School, and Beyond, Caregivers of Kids with ADHD are Struggling.

Caregivers, teachers, and pediatricians are unable to meet the needs of most children who have special needs or ADHD.

30% Employees With Disabilities


caregivers struggle with caring for Children with special needs


of pediatricians, who are the go-to resource for parents, admit that they DO NOT know how to help kids with ADHD
3.2% Employees who self-identify as having a disability to their employers


general education teachers CANNOT help STUDENTS With special needs because they lack training
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why This Matters

The Challenges Ripple Into Communities

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.

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The solution

Our Corporate Social Responsibility and Philanthropy for Special Needs Program Has Helped Us Reach 700,000+ Families


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.

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Why choose us

Our Corporate Social Responsibility and Philanthropy for Special Needs Program Gives You

Care Coordinators

You’ll get access to a dedicated care coordinator to guide you through everything and ensure you’re getting the help you need.

Monthly LIVE Masterclasses and Q&As

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.

Action Guides

These worksheets and handouts will make it easy for you to apply what you’ve learned from each Masterclass to your own life.

Online Course Library

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 Lessons

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.

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Praise From Experts & Health Professionals

world-leading Instructors

Smart Course Is Backed by Leading Experts and Health Professionals in Mental Health

Kade Friedman

Kade has been an educator from pre-K through adulthood, for over 20 years at universities such as NYU and others. Kade uses they/them pronouns. They focus on viewing disability through the lens of neurodiversity, co-creating class communities with students, and using educational technology to augment and assist all learners, not just those with diagnosed disabilities.

Dr. Dan Shapiro, M.D.

Dr. Dan Shapiro is a developmental-behavioral pediatrician and a member of Attention’s editorial advisory board. He is the creator and director of and the author of "Parent Child Journey: An Individualized Approach to Raising Your Challenging Child" and "Parent Child Excursions: ADHD, Anxiety, and Autism".

Marc Almodovar (ADHD Men's Support Group)

Marc is a life and wellness coach who helps individuals with ADHD and anxiety. He also is the co-host to the podcast, Men's Support Group and runs the Facebook Group, ADHD Men's Support with his fellow mental health advocate. The group currently has over 11k members.

Elaine Taylor-Klaus, PCC & Diane Dempster, PCC

Elaine Taylor-Klaus is an author, parent educator, certified coach, co-founder of ImpactADHD and editor of its award-winning blog, and co-creator of Sanity School. She has served on Georgia’s Governor’s Council for Maternal and Infant Health, and on the board of directors of CHADD.

Diane Dempster has a Master of Health Services and is a certified professional coach, speaker, and educator. She is the co-founder of, co-creator of Sanity School, and co-author of Parenting ADHD Now, she provides training, coaching, and support for parents and educators.

Dr. Claudia Rinaldi, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair of the Education Program at Lasell University. She is a three-year endowed position awarded for excellence in teaching and community impact, serves on the boards of the National Center for Learning Disabilities, as an expert for and the National Center for Intensive Interventions.

Kim Cook, RN, CHES

Kim Cook is a registered nurse and the founder of Teen World Confidential and International Sex Education Day, author of "Teen World Confidential: Five-Minute Topics to Open Conversation about Sex and Relationships". She has also recently launched a new professional organization call the Sex Education Alliance.

Eric Tivers, LCSW

Eric Tivers is a licensed clinical social worker, coach, podcaster, speaker, consultant, and entrepreneur specializing in ADHD. He is also the host of the the #1 rated ADHD podcast on Apple Podcasts "reWired".

Andrea Elrom

Director of creADDive Solutions and ADHD and executive function coach with over 15 years of experience working with children and parents.


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