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Autism & ADHD Coaching & Groups

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Cady Stanton, M.S.

Senior Consultant

I have over fifteen years of research and clinical experience with a focus on autism, ADHD, and executive function. 

I identify as neurodivergent.  Neurodivergent people process the world in a way that is different from the norm.  Common diagnoses associated with neurodivergence include autism, ADHD, OCD, dyspraxia, and a whole host of learning differences.  It also includes people who identify as a highly sensitive person.  

I appreciate the value of neurological differences while acknowledging the challenges we face.

I know what it takes to succeed, and have supported many neurodivergent individuals on their path towards a joyful, independent life.

Follow this link to watch a video about my approach to supporting families.


Autism & ADHD Coaching & Groups

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Free Support & Education Group for Parents

Special Needs commUNITY In-Person Parent Support Group

Friday, August 13th


Topic:  Seven Things Your Teenager Wants You to Know!

Click this link to RSVP (Reno/Sparks, Nevada area - exact location available upon registration):


Join us for this special, in-person parent support group led by two guest speakers:

Cody Butler is a 26-year old autistic self-advocate who is passionate about community inclusivity and improving mental-health outcomes for individuals with disabilities. He is a student at UNR with interests in sociology, public health, and political science. Cody has experience supporting people with disabilities as a volunteer at the Special Olympics and the iCan Bike Camp.

Cady Stanton, M.S. is a Transition to Adulthood Specialist and Executive Function Coach for autistic and ADHD teens and adults.  She has over 15 years of clinical and research experience.  Her company, Facilitate Joy!, provides both individual and group services.

Join the Autism & ADHD Parent Support Group on meetup.com so you can be notified of future events directly.


[So-called] mild autism doesn't mean one experiences autism mildly...It means YOU experience their autism mildly. You may not know how hard they've had to work to get to the level they are.

Adam Walton, Autistic Self-Advocate


Contact Facilitate Joy!

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85 Washington Street
Reno, Nevada 89503




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