Does Neurodiversity intersect with the LGBTQ+ community? 

  • It is our duty as providers to understand that the community we serve may be a part of more than one identity. This is the case with many individuals who are both Nerodiverse and a part of the LGBTQ+ community. It is important to recognize the challenges and opportunities these intersecting identities can bring to a person.


*We want to provide you with a comprehensive list of resources. The more tools you have as a primary care giver the better experience your child will have. 

We in no way are affiliating ourselves with these organizations or their actions. We can not guarantee that they will be a fit for your needs as every situation is different. To work with these organizations you will have to contact them individually. 

For more information call our intake line

Pride Center STL 

"PrideCenter is a registered safe space and handicap accessible for our LGBTQIA+ community to freely express themselves, their identity and their history - cultivating conversations, promoting acceptance and growing together.

Contact: 314-762-1173

Address: 3738 Chouteau Avenue #200,St. Louis, MO, 63110


"A Center for Sexuality, LLC, the mission is to provide the utmost in socially-valid, comprehensive sexuality education and therapy, support, and sexual behavior interventions for individuals with and without disabilities"

Contact: 314-310-6534


"These resources were developed by a young autistic adult who is part of the LGBTQI community, in order to share information, resources and insights to self-advocates, parents and families."

Contact: 877-231-4244

Interested in learning more about our services?

Simply contact us or call us at 314-838-1465 to get started!