The Spectrum Women mentors provide one on one services for neurodivergent adults to help them in working towards a future that is fulliflling and determined by their visions and goals. The following mentors provide a variety services and will enable you to work with a mentor that best suits your needs. Bookings for services are made directly with the mentor via clicking the link in each of the mentor’s description below.
Becca Lory Hector, CAS, BCCS
Denver, Colorado, USA (MDT/UTC-6)
Certified Autism and Cognitive Specialist
Western Canada (PT/UTC-8/-7)
Private Autistic Mentor
Becca’s focus as a Certified Autism and Cognitive Specialist is the inclusion, self-defined success, fulfillment, and quality of life of adults on the autism spectrum and other neurodiversities. Through a variety of mediums including public speaking presentations, neurodiversity consulting, and social media consulting, Becca offer options and insights into successfully living a self-defined, goal-oriented, fulfilling neurodivergent life.
Private Sessions for Spectrum Adults
Sometimes we autistic adults get stuck. It’s often referred to as inertia. We so badly want to reach a goal, or overcome a challenge, but cannot figure out what the steps are to get there OR, they seem too “big” to tackle so we end up doing nothing, safe in our routine, avoiding change. Unable to motivate? Feeling like you could use a little direction? Have a burning question that you know only a fellow autistic can answer? I get it. I’ve been there. And now I want to share my secrets to a successful, fulfilling life on the spectrum with you, as your coach and mentor. Remember, I am NOT a replacement for your therapist. Instead, I am alternative to sitting still between appointments. I am your homework. I am that little extra push you need, to live the life that you deserve to live. Plus, I know EXACTLY what its like to be an autistic adult in today’s loud world because I am one. I cannot wait to help you live your best life!
Neurodiversity & Inclusion Consulting
In response to the neurodiversity movement, are you looking to update your business, college/university, or organization to include and accommodate the thousands of diagnosed autistics? As an accomplished certified autism specialist with years of professional and personal experience, I can help you meet the challenges that neurodiversity and inclusion present while providing educational material and resources to update and improve the understanding and impact of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in your organization. By utilizing my expertise, knowledge, and objective point of view, I can help organizations spot problems and better their performance in ways that they might not be able to see themselves. Let me help you to address the challenges that a neurodiverse environment presents, so that you can quickly and effectively reach your inclusion goals.
Book your session with Becca by clicking HERE.
Jen Elcheson – Western Canada (PT/UTC-8/-7)
Available 3.30pm – 6pm, Mon – Fri
Skype ID: calamityjen09
Jen was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome in 1998, back when very few people were diagnosed, let alone females. She has devoted her life to supporting and mentoring children on the spectrum. She currently works professionally as an Education Assistant for the public school system, and respite caregiver and is a private autistic mentor, in particular for autistic women. Jen also runs an online support group, has written articles for AAN magazine, and is a lifelong music fan, especially metal and classic rock. Jen lives in northern British Columbia in Western Canada with her two ball pythons Athena and Lilith.
Book your session with Jen by emailing her HERE.
**Please note mentors are not a substitute for qualified health professionals in providing medical advice, diagnosis or intervention. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.