Sponsors

Why Sponsor?

As you know, unemployment was a HUGE issue for our community prior to COVID-19, and it is only becoming a bigger problem since the virus. This makes it a very tenuous time for many autistics financially, with the added bonus of anxiety from the uncertainty. My course is DESIGNED to help them through tough times like these, and to come out the other side stronger and ready to live their best lives. Unfortunately, financial fear is keeping many of the interested from being able to commit to their authentic selves. 

Solution? I’m looking for some awesome sponsors for this course so I created this page to tell you about my sponsorship levels and to highlight current sponsors. I would love to partner with you to offer Scholarship Seats to Unit 1: Stepping Forward. You are an amazing supporter of the autism & neurodiversity community and I hope you will take this chance to help make a real difference for an autistic adult TODAY!

Want to become a sponsor?!

I would love to chat more about the course and this sponsorship opportunity if you’re interested, or even think you might be interested! I am determined to help autistic adults thrive in today’s world. With you on my team, I can start now, one autistic at a time.
If you would like to know more about becoming a sponsor you can email me info@beccalory.com.
If you are ready to become a sponsor you can read about each sponsorship level below. Once you’ve made a decision just click the “Pay Now” button below the level you choose.

Sponsorship Levels

Advocate

$850

“Advocates”, in my opinion, are the most dedicated to our community and they are also the ones who dare to imagine a better future for autistics. This ULTIMATE sponsor package allows you to give
4 deserving autistic adults full-boat Scholarship Seats to the entire course. In return, you will get a shout out in a gratitude post across my social media, in both the Facebook and LinkedIn Neurodiversity Newsstand groups, and on the weekly vlog. Your logo, or headshot, and a link to your site will be featured on my website’s sponsors’ page. Finally, you will have the opportunity to join me on my livestream Growing Gratitude for an entire
episode!!! We can chat wins and loses, living life, and, of course, YOUR WORK. Anything you would like to promote is fair game!!

Inclusionist

$425

Being an AMAZING “Inclusionist” allows you to give 2 deserving autistic adults Scholarship Seats to the entire course. In return, you will get a shout out in a gratitude post across my social media, in both the
Facebook and LinkedIn Neurodiversity Newsstand groups, and on Growing Gratitude. Your logo, or headshot, and a link to your site will be featured on my website’s sponsors’ page. Finally, you will
have the choice to either be interviewed LIVE by me on Growing Gratitude to promote your current projects OR I will record and share a short promo video for you.

Ally

$255

Being an “Ally” means you will be giving 1 deserving autistic adult a full-boat Scholarship Seat to the entire course. In return, you will get a you will get a shout out in a gratitude post across my social media, in both the
Facebook and LinkedIn Neurodiversity Newsstand groups, and on the weekly vlog. Additionally, your logo, or headshot, and a link to your site will be featured on my website’s sponsors’ page.

Collaborator

$170

As a “Collaborator”, you will be giving 2 deserving autistic adults Scholarship Seats to one unit. In return, you will get a shout out in a gratitude post across my social media and in BOTH the Facebook
and LinkedIn Neurodiversity Newsstand groups.

Friend

$85

This is my 1-for-1 option. You will be giving one deserving autistic adult a Scholarship Seat to one unit. In return, you will get a shout out in a gratitude post across my social media with all my other “Friends”!

Click here to become a Sponsor today!

Thanks to My Current Sponsors

Thanks so very much to the Sponsors providing Scholarship Seats to my 3-unit virtual course ‘Self-Defined Living: A Path to a Quality Autistic Life’! These folks have made the difference for autistic adults that are alive today and looking for more out of life than just mere survival. Through thier generosity, autistics who are dealing with financial hardship are being gifted a seat to a course that gives them the tools they need thrive, and the motivation to get started creating their own quality autistic life.


Advocate Level Sponsors

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Inclusionist Level Sponsors

Cynthia Baseman

I’m a writer from Southern California. I live in Los Angeles between the Pacific and downtown LA. I am an Emmy-nominated producer and the author of a memoir, an illustrated history and a series of Young Adult novels. If you’re a reader or writer on your own journey and enjoy a good story, please visit the blog.
Visit Cynthia’s website here

 

Dr. Valerie Gaus

Dr. Gaus is a psychologist, licensed by New York State, who has been a practicing psychotherapist since 1994. She specializes in individual psychotherapy for adults of all ages, from 18-98, with extensive experience serving people with disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, anxiety, depression, trauma and stress-related problems. She approaches therapy using a cognitive-behavioral framework. She has written numerous articles, chapters and books on these subjects, including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder, 2nd Edition, published in 2018 by Guilford Press and Living Well on the Spectrum: How to Use Your Strengths to Meet the Challenges of Asperger Syndrome/High Functioning Autism, published in 2011 by Guilford Press.
Visit Dr. Gaus’ Website here

Andrew Komarow, MSFS, CFP®,
CNP®

Andrew is a passionate advocate for autism awareness in his community and for his work as a Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP™) Certified Neurodiversity Professional (CNP®). He has always worked toward helping his clients gain financial security now and for their future. Putting both of these interests together, Andrew was inspired to launch Planning Across the Spectrum.
Visit Andrew’s website here


Ally Level Sponsors

Kathy Culhane-Shelburne

I am a Neuropsychologist with a specialization in neurodevelopmental conditions such as learning disorders, attention disorders, and autism spectrum disorders, as well as epilepsy, cerebral palsy, genetic syndromes, and brain injury. I received my Ph.D. in Clinical Neuropsychology from the University of Houston where I worked in the departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery at Baylor College of Medicine. I completed a clinical internship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill focusing on children with autism and other developmental disabilities and subsequently came to Denver to pursue two postdoctoral fellowships in the study of neurodevelopmental disorders.

Anonymous

Thank you to our sponsor that wishes to remain anonymous!

 

Collaborator Level Sponsors

Rebecca Sachs Ph.D ABPP
http://www.cbtspectrum.com/


Friend Level Sponsors

Alycia Halladay Ross
Doug Blecher
Bill Tole
Coach Elaine Hall


 

Click here to view our previous sponsors!