Greenleaf Neurodiversity Community Center

Greenleaf Neurodiversity Community Center

A Project of Easterseals Central Texas

Creating Community & Potential for People with Autism & Related Conditions

Autism is the fastest growing developmental disability, and its prevalence is increasing. In 1970, one in 2,000 people was diagnosed with autism in the United States. Today it is estimated to be one in 54. Services for people with autism transitioning to adulthood are almost non-existent. That’s why Easterseals launched Greenleaf Neurodiversity Community Center (Greenleaf NCC) in 2019 to create a community hub that fosters the abilities of young adults with autism and related neurodivergent conditions, so they reach their potential and thrive in the community, in the workplace, and in life.

Two young people with two more people in background

Greenleaf NCC offers structured social activities, educational, and vocational programming throughout the year for people 18 years or older with autism and related neurodivergent conditions. All activities and programs promote sense of community and are focused on this special population’s capabilities and strengths.

collage of images from Greenleaf Neurodiversity Community Center

CLICK HERE for information about our new public school transition partnership launching in fall 2021.

CLICK HERE for current and upcoming recreational programs.

CLICK HERE for current and upcoming vocational training programs.


Contact Us:

Mitchell Bowman, MAEd, CAS (he/him)

Director, Greenleaf NCC Social Creativity

Easterseals Central Texas

Corporate Office Address: 2324 Ridgepoint Drive, Suite F-1, Austin TX 78754

Greenleaf NCC Location: 911 W. Anderson Rd., Suite 203, Austin, TX  78757


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