Meghan sitting in front of her book shelf looking down appearing to read. Is she reading something appropriate? Nobody knows!

You’re not alone
on this learning journey.

I love connecting parents and professionals with quality, up-to-date resources. While most of my work is free to the public, people often reach out with specific questions.

If you prefer a more individualized session, I’m happy to meet with you!

A generic image of a map with a red pin pushed into it. A search bar is at the top with the words "autism resources" typed in in. At the bottom, it says "schedule a private session."

Private Mentoring
for Parents

Who has the map?

Navigating your child’s new autism diagnosis can be confusing! The advice we receive pulls us in all different directions.

Schedule a private Zoom consultation to help you get on the right path, with a focus on compassion, communication, and empowerment.

When you register, there will be a few questions to help me get to know you better. Tell me as much or as little as you want. I’ll use the information you provide to develop a personalized list of resources.

During our Zoom session, we’ll talk about your list, and how each resource can help you navigate this confusing time.

A grey background. Blue words spell out "creating safe inclusive accessible environments." I didn't use commas because the words are stacked on top of each other. Also, don't be the grammar police. There is a rainbow colored infinity symbol under the words. At the bottom, white letters say, "schedule a private session."

Private Consultation
for Educators

How can I become more inclusive?

Book a private Zoom session and leave with resources that will instantly help you support all of your students.

As an educational consultant and former elementary school teacher, I know how difficult it can be to find neurodiversity affirming resources within the school system.

After you book your session, I’ll send you a Google form to fill out. Tell me about your role as an educator, your concerns, and your goals. I’ll use the information you give me to develop a targeted list of resources.

During our session, we’ll talk about real-world strategies and solutions to make your school environment more accessible and inclusive.

A screen shot of a webinar. Tiffany Modeste is on the right screen and Meghan Ashburn is on the left. The title reads, "AAC Update: Proloquo and Proloquo Coach" The subtext reads, "Discussing the possibilities with Tiffany Modeste from Night Functioning Autism.

Consulting, Presentations,
and Events

From small classes to large conferences, from stand-alone events to on-going consulting, I look forward to working with you!

I facilitate leadership developments and pre-service teacher trainings on a range of topics, from inclusive children’s books to school-wide AAC implementation.

Contact me for your specific needs.


These sessions have been so fulfilling and invigorating. I can’t wait to apply what I’ve learned in the classroom!

— Unprofessional Development Member

This is the best webinar I have ever attended from someone sitting in their car! These resources are just what I needed!

— Attendee of a last-minute webinar session

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