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Hello.

Welcome to THYME and Play, a dynamic 501c3 organization established in 2018. Dedicated to fostering inclusivity, we specialize in hosting and tailoring events for individuals with disabilities, particularly autism and disabled veterans, along with their families. By championing normalization of inclusion, we bridge community gaps and offer a lifeline against isolation, ultimately working to mitigate the factors contributing to suicide. Explore our website to discover a plethora of engaging opportunities and meaningful connections.

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Mission:

At THYME and Play, our mission is to foster a world of inclusivity and belonging for neurodiverse individuals and their families. Through tailored programs, compassionate education, and unwavering support, we strive to bridge the gaps in our communities, ensuring that every person can thrive, participate, and find joy without barriers.

 

Vision:

Our vision is a society where diversity is celebrated and embraced, where the uniqueness of each individual is valued, and where every family feels empowered to engage fully in their communities. THYME and Play envisions a future where understanding replaces stigma, where inclusion is the norm, and where the bonds of unity transcend differences, creating a world that is rich with compassion, connection, and endless possibilities.

Reason Behind What we do

Every Mission starts with a story, Learn about ours here.

A quick glance at what we do

Welcome to THYME and Play, where we offer a diverse range of transformative programs and initiatives designed to empower neurodiverse individuals and their families.

Inclusive Event Accommodations

Eliminating barriers and providing spaces where everyone can participate and feel valued.

Community Engagement & Education

Educating, Empowering and supporting atmospheres of respect and acceptance in the Community.

Supportive Family Networks

We provide a platform for families to connect, share experiences, and offer each other guidance

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