A woman holds a handful of coins and a slip of paper with a hand-written note which reads "make a change"


NeuroClastic, Inc. is happy to announce that we are incor­po­rated as a 501©3 non-profit char­i­table orga­ni­za­tion, and your dona­tions are tax-deductible.

Neuroclastic, Inc. brings you no-cost, ad-free, high-quality arti­cles and resources from actually-autistic writers, pro­fes­sionals, edu­ca­tors, thinkers, artists, infor­ma­tion techs, clin­ical psy­chol­o­gists, indus­trial and orga­ni­za­tional psy­chology con­sul­tants, coders, web devel­opers, musi­cians, and everyday-heroes.

Daily, we hear from our readers about the dif­fer­ence our site has made in their lives.  We are changing the nar­ra­tive about autism and neu­ro­di­ver­sity.

Our reach is expanding, and we have needs that are com­pletely unfunded.

Our Golden Moment

NeuroClastic, Inc. is spon­soring the April event for Our Golden Moment. If you would like to sup­port our efforts to reclaim the dia­logue about autism for Autism Awareness Acceptance Month, you can make a tax-deductible dona­tion here.

Gift our Contributors

Many of our con­trib­u­tors have a link in their pro­files (view­able at the bot­toms of their arti­cles) to “buy them a coffee.” This is a nice way to tip con­trib­u­tors for the free labor they do to bring you helpful con­tent.

Gifts to con­trib­u­tors are not processed through our non-profit, and 100% go directly to the indi­vid­u­al’s PayPal accounts. Gifts to con­trib­u­tors are not tax-deductible.

Other Ways to Give

We know that the plight of our readers is often one of pro­found dis­ad­van­tage.  We know that from expe­ri­ence.  Hearing from our readers in the com­ments, seeing our arti­cles shared on social media, finding out they’ve been printed and shared with schools and pro­fes­sionals, hearing sto­ries of rela­tion­ships trans­formed and lives improved, and receiving com­mu­ni­ca­tion through the con­tact page means the world to us.

Your sup­port and encour­age­ment is the hope and Light that keeps us moving for­ward, and just sharing our expe­ri­ences and insights with the world– or sharing your sto­ries with us– is worth more than gold.

And because we are autistic, you can take our word as the Truth.  You matter to us, and You are why we do what we do.