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Public Neurodiversity Support Center

Don't worry, we're here to help!
Welcome to the
! This is a project created and maintained by
@Mykola Bilokonsky
and got its start as an outgrowth of his work with the Neurodiversity Employee Resource Group at


This document contains four primary resources:

There’s also a
form available to submit any feedback you may have, positive or negative, and, should you feel so moved, there is a
page for financial support of this project.

Site Updates

Published an essay
Updated my
with more
options as well as
Published an essay
Published a guest essay
and published my first commissioned essay
I’ve made some major changes to the layout and enabled public comments and ratings on my essays. Please use these — the more people rate the essays the better sense I’ll have of what content is valuable and what needs more work. It’ll also help with SEO, and it’ll help me to know what to promote as top content.
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Mailing List

Don’t forget to sign up for our
, we’ll never send you anything you didn’t opt into. You can subscribe to be notified of new essays, changes to the site, or when I drop the survey data.

About Us

Us is really me,
. I’ve been toying with variations spaces like this for a few years now, and this is the version I’m finally ready to invest time and energy into.

This place is intended as a community resource and centralized repository of information about neurodiversity. The essays I’m writing are coming from a place of lived experience, and represent challenges that I’ve overcome and insights that I’ve had on my own journey of healing and self-acceptance.

The meat of this project is the
— it’s really ambitious, and the goal is to create a dataset of neurotypes as measured over dozens of traits. But don’t sleep on the
because they represent some of my best work, and the goal of the
page is to create the best destination on the internet for each of the covered neurotypes.

Who Am I?

This is the collected work of one person, and that person is not a doctor or formally trained specialist in neurology or psychology. I’m just Myk, a goofball and software engineer who experienced really bad autistic burnout shortly after his self-diagnosis at age 34. It took me about three years of therapy, a formal confirmation of autism and a surprise diagnosis of ADHD to rebuild a strong sense of identity, and a large part of that has been the work that I’ve done to share my own growth with others like me but who lack the resources I used to get help.

You can learn more about me here:

I encourage you to take everything I say with a grain of salt, and to use the public feedback form to help me put forward the best possible version of this site that I can.


This is at its core a one-person passion project but I couldn’t do this without the help of the broader neurodivergent community. Please take a moment, if you have one, and help me out by submitting
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