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Public Neurodiversity Support Center

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Hi there, and welcome to the Public Neurodiversity Support Center. To help you best navigate this site you can choose one of the three tracks above or you can browse the content directly via the top menu.
Whoever you are and whatever your journey, we’d recommend visiting the Essays section to catch some of our best content.
You may also visit our . You can skip right to the or you can visit the , it’s up to you!

Work With Us

The content on this website is and will always remain not only free but we pay for submissions from neurodivergent forks telling their own stories.
However, we’re also available for consultation or coaching services for those people who’d like a more personal look at their situation.

Get Immediate Support

I’ll always make time to talk to an Autistic person in crisis, not as a professional service but as a human courtesy.
You can always book a free 30 minute consult with me using .
I can’t fix all of your problems but I can point you in the right direction and we can see if coaching may be the right choice for you.

Who Are We?

Myk Bilokonsky ( on twitter for those who observe) is the creator, maintainer, primary author and editor-in-chief of this site. He’s Autistic and has ADHD with a side of CPTSD and a dash of OCD, and he’s worked hard to unlearn internalized ableism around the limitations imposed by these conditions. His goal is nothing less ambitious than the creation of the single best resource on the internet by and for neurodivergent people.
Wren Martin is our editor. After spending eight years in the law, she is currently studying library sciences, and cares passionately about the written word and the dissemination of information to those who need it most. She has autism and PTSD/CPTSD, as well as generalized anxiety disorder. Her role is to make sure we publish the best content we possibly can.
Finally, a large and diverse cast of talented neurodivergent writers contribute content. This site pays for essays, $50-200 per essay based on need, because we believe that there is value in neurodivergent people telling their stories and that this value needs to be acknowledged somewhere.

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