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Together, we empower individuals with autism!

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About Kamau's Kind

Developing Innovative Programs

To Empower Individuals With Autism 

Kamau's Kind Autism Nonprofit Organization is currently developing innovative programs to empower individuals with autism and foster inclusive communities. We understand the importance of providing transformative opportunities for growth and self-expression.​


Casey Toler 

My name is Casey Toler, and I hail from East Orange, NJ. I am a dedicated mother of two incredible sons, Diyari and Kamau. In 2015, my youngest child, Kamau, was diagnosed with autism, which marked the beginning of a transformative journey in my life. As a young parent, I embraced this new path with open arms, navigating through challenges, cherishing beautiful moments, and embracing everything in between. 


Motivated by my personal experiences, I feel compelled to share my family's journey with Kamau and Diyari, spreading support, love, and advocacy to those who are open to receiving it. I believe that autism is not a barrier but an aspect of the beautiful diversity in our world. We need greater awareness, acceptance, and resources for individuals with autism, and I am here to contribute to that cause in any way I can.


Upcoming Programs 

Creative Arts Program

Our upcoming Creative Arts Program will offer individuals with autism a platform to freely express themselves through various artistic mediums. By engaging in creative activities such as painting, music, dance, and theater, participants will be able to tap into their genius minds and communicate their thoughts and emotions in unique and powerful ways.

Life Skills Program

We are actively working on designing a comprehensive Life Skills Program that will equip individuals with autism with practical skills to promote independence and inclusivity within their communities. From personal care and household tasks to money management and community engagement, this program will empower participants to actively participate in society.

Support Groups and Fellowship 

Our organization recognizes the crucial role of caregivers in the lives of individuals with autism. Therefore, we are in the process of developing support groups and fellowship opportunities that will provide caregivers with a safe space to connect, share experiences, and practice self-care. These support systems will enable caregivers to network with others facing similar challenges and find solace in a supportive community.

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