SN Inclusion provides free career-technical education for neurodiverse individuals. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in the state of California.
Any questions or donation/collaboration inquiries - feel free to contact our team!
We are a donation-based organization and use all our funds to provide free courses for the special needs community. We greatly appreciate any donations you would like to donate and are eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions.
Phone: +1 510 584 6027
Dr. Linda Lotspeich
Dr. Linda Lotspeich a clinical professor, emerita and child psychiatrist at Stanford University in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. She has worked with children and young adults with autism and their parents for over 35 years.
Dr. Jocelyn Pan
Dr. Pan is a licensed clinical psychologist and the director of Appletree Psychological Services. Dr. Pan is a certified ADHD professional. She received neuropsychological assessment training at UC Berkeley. Dr. Pan works closely with local schools, psychiatrists, and neurologists.
Friends Coffee and Tea
Operating under Friends of Children with Special Needs, we provide employment training, job opportunities and a sense of community pride for individuals with special needs.
Our mission is to offer an employment platform for individuals with special needs. Turtleworks wishes to fill the gap in the current lack of opportunity in the traditional job market by providing training in basic job skills while also fostering a safe work environment.
A social enterprise dedicated to making therapy more accessible for children with special needs. Through its therapy kits designed for children with autism, AUesome aims to make at-home therapy accessible to all.
The purpose of Neurodiversity Network is to provide resources for neurodivergent job seekers and neurodivergent students, employers & universities, & the support of the neurodiverse community. Our mission is to consolidate various neurodiversity resources into one place. The goal is to enhance neurodiversity awareness and neurodiversity acceptance for neurodivergents to find meaningful employment and educational experiences.
SN projects started
SN Clubs Led
Student at MSJHS
Isabella He is a high school junior at Mission San Jose High School in Fremont, CA. She is the founder and President of SN Inclusion. Her research into Career-Technical Education and Personalized e-learning and her background in neurodiversity inspired SN Inclusion.
She is also the co-founder of AUesome, a social enterprise that provides at-home therapy kits to children with autism spectrum disorder to provide support during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. Isabella is a dedicated volunteer and program coordinator at Friends of Children with Special Needs (FCSN). She started the first FCSN club at her high school and has since led 11+ other schools to start their own FCSN clubs. She also coordinates over 200 tutors for SNTutoring, FCSN's 1:1 virtual tutoring program, and 11 youth reporters for FCSN Voices, FCSN's online newsletter. She is also an intern at the Fung Lab and Stanford Neurodiversity Project and a member of NNEA's core committee.
SN Inclusion Chapters:
Armani Moore: Fresno, CA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jasmine Yu: Union City, CA (email@example.com)
Amelia Jin and Sihan Xue: Northwood High School in Irvine (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Iris Zhang: Crean Lutheran high school in Irvine (email@example.com)
Lingyun Zhang: Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in Irvine (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cathy Zhang: Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (email@example.com)
Yifan Li: Walton High School in Marietta (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Brooks Lin: Silver Creek High School in San Jose (email@example.com)
Claire and Amber Wu: BASIS Independent Silicon Valley in San Jose (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Joshua Kao: Greene Middle School in Palo Alto (email@example.com)
Courtney Wong: San Diego, CA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jesse Lan: Atlanta, Georgia (email@example.com)
Brianna Nguyen: Fremont, CA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tai Wai, Hong Kong Chapter (email@example.com)
Shenzhen, China Chapter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Meet Our Volunteers
Social Media Coordinator
Jasmine Yu is also the Union City chapter lead. She creates social media posts for SN Inclusion's Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Content Creator & Social Media Coordinator
Megan Pau is a junior at Mission San Jose High School. She creates social media posts and has filmed video content for SN Inclusion's "Job Readiness" course.
Victoria Liu is a junior at Mission San Jose High School. She has filmed video content for SN Inclusion's "Job Readiness" course.
Social Media Coordinator
Lucy Luo is a sophomore at Gunn High School. She helps promote SN Inclusion through Instagram, Facebook, and Linkedin.
Sophia Rebolledo is a junior at Walter Payton College Preparatory located in Chicago. Sophia serves on the Connecting Chicago Neurodiversity Board and is a member of Best Buddies and Special Olympics, where she promotes ending the social isolation of those with IDDs through long-lasting friendships. In her free time, she loves to read, surf, and play the guitar!
Aashi Khandelwal is a junior at Mission San Jose High School. She reaches out to local businesses and nonprofits to secure collaborations for SN Inclusion.
Infinity Challenge Coordinator
Tanish Arora is a freshman at Mission San Jose High School. He is an Infinity Challenge Coordinator at SN Inclusion. He wants to help both the community and many aspiring students. He is looking forward to future hackathons and the success of this organization.