Working to enhance the lives of individuals diagnosed with autism and their families.

Autism has NO CURE, it’s the fastest growing developmental disability and it does not discriminate. It impacts every ethnicity, gender and socio-economic status. Jaden’s Voice aims to improve the lives of those diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through inclusion, increasing awareness, and education on autism.

Services We Provide

If you know someone diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, there are a number of ways we can help.


Jaden’s Voice is a global leader in advocacy. We are changing, “what is” into “what should be.” Our professional team of advocates are committed to helping each family navigate through the complex systems that a family enters when they have an individual diagnosed with Autism.  Services include education, employment, legal protection rights, social security, and healthcare services.


As Autism Spectrum Disorder prevalence increases, the need for professional and community based training becomes a necessity to improve, as well as develop, quality supports and systems. Jaden’s Voice has partnered with the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards to provide 100% online Autism Certification (continuing education units provided) training to parents, educators, medical professionals, employers, and community partners.


There is such diverse language when it comes to Autism Spectrum Disorder. Jaden’s Voice works directly in the community in a variety of capacities to ensure that individuals diagnosed with autism receive equal, quality services and support—through empowered action, consultation, collaboration, information delivery, public participation, working partnerships, and formal partnerships.

Jaden’s Voice is an approved 501(c)3 charitable organization that has serviced over 3,000 families worldwide. Today the organization is a trusted resource and partner to Parents, Educators, Medical Professionals, Employers, Businesses and Community Partners as well as City and Government Officials. Autism is the most diagnosed—and least funded—medical condition. We need your help to give a voice to the voiceless.

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