Stimpunks Foundation serves neurodivergent and disabled people unserved by public and private schools. Via equity, access, empathy, and inclusivity, we build community learning space respectful of all types of bodyminds.
We create anti-ableist space for passion-based, human-centered learning compatible with neurodiversity and the social model of disability. We create space for those most ill-served by “empty pedagogy, behaviorism, and the rejection of equity“. We create paths to equity and access for our learners so they can collaborate on distributed, multi-age, cross-disciplinary teams with a neurodiverse array of creatives doing work that impacts community.
As part of our Learning Space, we want to help put on programming for neurodivergent and disabled people and our allies in the Dripping Springs, Wimberley, and Austin area.
We helped put on a punk show and several events with the Dripping Springs Friendship Club, a group of neurodivergent and disabled adults. We’ve been putting our accessibility checklists and philosophy to the test in the field. We help handle the logistics so you don’t have to worry.
What accessible programming and events would you like?
Here are some things we’ve done:
- petting zoo
- dining out
- stim dance party
Send your ideas our way. Here’s a poll to indicate activities you’re interested in.
If you have further comments, here’s a contact form. Connect with us.
You can also message us on our socials.