Nehemiah's story

Every Child Deserves Love & Acceptance

Nehemiah is not just an amazing gifted 9-year-old kid, he is a true warrior fighting against all the odds that society has placed in his path. Despite facing challenges to be accepted and treated equally amongst his peers, this beautiful and intelligent autistic child should be given all the same opportunities and chances any kid his age should be given. With all his unique creativity that has been bestowed upon him by our savior, I have no doubt that Nehemiah’s character will help open up safe havens for children like himself.




Nehemiah's story is a testament to the power of love and the resilience of the human spirit

Inspired by the story of Nehemiah, an amazing 9-year-old with autism, we strive to create safe havens for children like him to thrive in. Our organization is dedicated to providing ongoing care and support for children with autism and their families, helping them navigate the everyday challenges they may face.  We want to build a space where he can grow mentally and safely,while nurturing all the challenges life throws at us in everyday environments All children should be loved and accepted equally and honorably in all communities….. for every special child that is born a miracle is sent in a package of Love, hope, faith and joy …Gods special children that he has created a space to provide on going care and support where they are loved and understood as well as unified with others without judgement or criticism ….. Allowing an open heart that’s  learning to love and rebuild through our savior Jesus Christ ……..  “

The meaning of the name Nehemiah……”GOD COMFORTS”

NEHEMIAH 9: 5-38 Blessed be your glorious name, and May it be exalted above all blessing and praise.”

Autism Awareness and Advocacy

Awareness campaigns aim to educate the public about autism and promote inclusion in all areas of life.


What is Autism?

Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects social communication and behavior.
Repetitive behaviors and restricted interests are common in individuals with autism. They may engage in repetitive movements such as hand-flapping or body rocking.

Signs and Symptoms of Autism

Social challenges, such as difficulty making eye contact or engaging in conversation
Signs and symptoms of autism include social challenges (limited eye contact, difficulty in conversation), repetitive behaviors, speech or language skills

How is Autism Diagnosed?

Autism is typically diagnosed through a combination of behavioral observations and developmental assessments.
Autism is diagnosed through a comprehensive evaluation that includes behavioral observations, and interviews with parents or caregivers.

Autism Treatment Options

Behavioral therapies, such as Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)
Treatment options for autism include behavioral therapies like Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), speech therapy to improve communication skills, occupational therapy to address sensory sensitivities

What You Need to Know

Autism Awareness and Advocacy

We believe that every child deserves the same opportunities to grow and succeed, regardless of their challenges. Inspired by the story of Nehemiah, an amazing 9-year-old with autism, we strive to create safe havens for children like him to thrive in. Our organization is dedicated to providing ongoing care and support for children with autism and their families, helping them navigate the everyday challenges they may face.

Our Mission

Join us in our mission to spread love, hope, and joy to all of God’s special children

Our Vision

Empowering individuals with autism to reach their full potential through acceptance, understanding, and support in all aspects of life.

Autistic individuals may have special interests or talents.

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Celebrating the uniqueness of each child with autism through our lens.

Certainly! Autism, also known as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by persistent challenges in social interaction, communication, and restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior, interests, or activities. It is typically diagnosed in early childhood and lasts throughout a person’s life.

  1. Autism: neurodevelopmental disorder affecting social communication and behavior.
  2. Impaired social interaction, difficulty understanding social cues.
  3. Communication challenges, delayed language development, literal interpretation.
  4. Restricted and repetitive behaviors, intense focus on specific interests.
  5. Sensory sensitivities, heightened or decreased response to sensory input.
  6. Autism spectrum encompasses diverse abilities and challenges.
  7. Lifelong condition, but with support, individuals with autism can lead meaningful and fulfilling lives.

It’s important to note that autism is a complex and diverse condition, and each individual’s experience with autism may vary. Understanding and acceptance of neurodiversity, along with providing appropriate support and accommodations, can help individuals with autism thrive and reach their full potential.


Signs and Symptoms of Autism:

  1. Impaired social interaction and difficulty with nonverbal communication cues, such as making eye contact or understanding facial expressions.
  2. Delayed or atypical language development, such as delayed speech or difficulty initiating or sustaining conversations.
  3. Restricted and repetitive behaviors, interests, or routines, such as repetitive movements or intense preoccupation with specific objects or topics.
  4. Sensory sensitivities or unusual responses to sensory input, such as being overly sensitive to certain sounds, textures, or lights.
  5. Difficulty with transitions or changes in routines, often preferring predictability and experiencing distress when faced with unexpected changes.

In summary, the signs and symptoms of autism include challenges in social interaction and communication, restricted and repetitive behaviors, sensory sensitivities, and difficulty with transitions.


Autism is typically diagnosed through a comprehensive evaluation conducted by healthcare professionals with expertise in developmental disorders. The diagnostic process for autism involves several steps:

  1. Developmental screening: Assessing developmental milestones and identifying concerns.
  2. Comprehensive assessment: Gathering information from multiple sources, using standardized tools like ADOS.
  3. Medical evaluation: Checking for medical conditions and genetic testing if necessary.
  4. Diagnostic criteria: Evaluating symptoms based on DSM-5 criteria.
  5. Multidisciplinary approach: Involving professionals from various fields to gather comprehensive information.

Autism is diagnosed through developmental screening, comprehensive assessment, medical evaluation, adherence to diagnostic criteria, and a multidisciplinary approach.


Autism treatment options vary depending on the individual’s needs and strengths. Here are some commonly utilized approaches:

  1. Behavioral interventions (e.g., ABA) focus on reinforcing desired behaviors and reducing challenging ones.
  2. Speech and language therapy improves communication skills.
  3. Occupational therapy enhances fine motor skills, self-care, and sensory integration.
  4. Social skills training promotes social interaction and appropriate behavior.
  5. Special education provides tailored instruction and support.
  6. Medication may manage specific symptoms.
  7. Parent and family support offer resources and education.
  8. Alternative therapies (e.g., art or music therapy) may complement traditional interventions.

Treatment options for autism include behavioral interventions, speech therapy, occupational therapy, social skills training, special education, medication, parent support, and alternative therapies.