The key areas we focus on are the most important areas of any young adult’s life
and, unfortunately, often the things we find that are commonly ignored for young adults
living on the autism spectrum, with few resources available and very little support societally.
Learning doesn't have to stop at 21– but unfortunately, that's when many traditional education programs become inaccessible.
We maximize independence for adults in educational transition and cultivate non-traditional learning experiences to keep people of all backgrounds, skills, and interests engaged and evolving.
Career contentment for adults on the spectrum starts by identifying an individual's capacity for greatness.
We assess and develop talents, passions, strengths, and special interests– identifying potential pitfalls and fortifying support systems to create a world where personal career success is accessible to all.
Opportunities for interconnectedness are a lasting investment in personal happiness!
AbleTalks creates a space for conversations that help our members develop solutions for success across every area of their lives.
A weekly virtual-hybrid meeting, AbleTalks is a space where neurodiverse young adults can have vital talks about their lives– the challenges, triumphs, goals, disappointments, joys, and absolutely everything in between. AbleTalks currently services the rapidly-growing Northwest Arkansas region.
We see remarkable young adults who are largely underserved and under-represented, even in their own spaces– and we want to change that.
Abletalks helps young adults with disabilities broaden their lives and participate in their world on their terms while being accepted for who they are. I love this program. I would recommend it to any parent that has a child with learning differences.