Cady Stanton, M.S.
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 know what it takes to succeed, and have supported many neurodivergent individuals on their path towards a joyful, independent life.
[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.