Transition Phase: Moving on from Sole Proprietorship

Wow! I never thought I would be as successful as I have been. Thank you to all my current and future clients for supporting me and my work. I am very privileged to have the clientele, and the support that I do. I started this work because I couldn’t find anyone to hire me during COVID before the vaccines were released, so I started my own business due to needing to find work to support myself.

Folks have been so great to work with, and I am proud of each and everyone of you that I’ve provided services for thus far. Growth is not easy, and so I wanted to just state here that I am appreciative and grateful for you all.

I hope that my work has helped you individually, or your business grow in ways that you needed to, that your goals were met so you could learn more.

It’s a slow and steady process, but I wanted to transition out of sole proprietorship. This is because it’s easier for me to do this work with others. The folks that will be working with me are neurodivergent, and we have an ally on our team as well. This sole proprietorship will transition into an LLC, with four other folks (5 total). We have one spot open and more information about this is in the following note: we are looking for a nurse practitioner, or even a medical doctor for our team who would be willing to work with us. If you are interested in working on continuing education, consultations, trainings, etc. through our company, please email me at with a cover letter and a resume, and I will forward it to our team. We will be advocating for education about Neurodiversity through this business. My chair, Tara Jean, will contact you back if we are interested in interviewing you. We are encouraging marginalized folks to apply for this position.

The following position is available:

Director of Medical Initiatives

What is this?

A Director Role that will require the individual to provide continuing education, resources, training courses, consultations, and more to Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Doctors, medical staff, etc. You also will be co-leading continuing education, resources, training courses, consultations, and more for Psychiatrists with the Director of Therapy Initiatives, as well as the Assistant Director of Therapy Initiatives. Tara Jean will be our Chair of the company, and she will also be our Assistant Director for this position, so you will be working, essentially, with everyone on our team at different times.

You must have the following experience:

1. A minimum of a degree in a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), A biology degree with a Nursing certification, a pre-medical degree (Pre-Med), or any other degree title related to nursing, doctor, or a Bachelor of Science, or Biology, and currently be working at a hospital, or private practice.
2. A GPA of a 3.0 or above.
3. Experience working with the Neurodivergent and Disabled communities.
4. Familiarity of the Culture of Neurodiversity
5. Adaptation to current methods of communication outside of email: videoconferencing, texting, Facebook messenger, Discord, etc.
6. You must be in the work position you were hired in for at least 1 year (whether it is for a hospital and/or private practice).
7. Basic Computer skills. We work remotely only at the moment.
8. Public Speaking: You must be able to give verbal presentations, or nonspeaking presentations through videoconferencing.
9. Written skills: You must be able to write (and communicate) in at least 2 languages: English and Spanish, or any other language you are hired for that you’ve learned in advance.
10. You must have attained proper certifications, and they must be updated every year in relation to your field.
11. Have attended a minimum of 2 anti-racist trainings. We take our work seriously and value Critical Race Theory in our work, as well as Queer Theory, Intersectionality, etc.

You must have the following goals and qualities in mind if you are hired:

1. Open mindedness
2. Flexibleness
3. Communication (verbal, or through ASL, or through AAC, etc.)
4. Adaptiveness
5. Personal Goals, Growth
6. Leadership
7. Accountability
8. Be able to work with others
9. Be able to work individually
10. Be empathetic towards the disabled community, especially the autistic community.
11. Be willing to learn new information
12. Be able to take feedback that is constructive
13. Be able to be objective, except in the cases of discrimination, unless that is happening on both sides.
14. Be willing to be assertive when needed, be willing to call folks out if needed.
15. Be kind, respectful, and authentically yourself.
16. Please maintain a non-oppressive level of professionalism.

Please email your cover letters and resumes to If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me.

The following individuals will be on my team, position names included. We are in the process of naming the business, and working on the graphic design, website, and more. If you are interested in working with us through this business, unfortunately it won’t be ready until everyone is on board, we’ve voted on things, and more. That will take at least a minimum of a couple of months, as some of our team have had major life transitions, including avoiding burnout, and we hope to be ready for that this year in the fall. However, if not the fall, definitely by November or December at the latest.

1. Tara Jean: Neurodivergent. Chair, Treasurer, Assistant Director of Medical Initiatives
2. Lindsay Mohler (Me): Neurodivergent. Vice Chair, Resident Graphic Designer, Assistant Director of Therapy Initiatives
3. Jessica Leza, MT-BC, MA: Neurodivergent. Historian, Director of Therapy Initiatives
4. Deandra Verest, B.S.ed, Special Education, B.A.Sc, Education and Teaching, Assistive Technology Professional: Secretary, Director of Education Initiatives
5. _____: Director of Medical Initiatives

Anyhow, thank you all for a winter into spring filled with growth, and new knowledge. I feel like I have learned a lot through you all as well. If anyone would like to work with us in the future, please let us know.

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