The Autistic Innovator was founded August 2021 in the US by Ashley Lauren Spencer, an AuDHD & neurodivergent entrepreneur with a passion for serving the autistic & neurodivergent communities. Ashley created The Autistic Innovator with the mission of helping autistic & neurodivergent adults find self-acceptance through finding the right stim products for them.

As someone who understands the unique needs of the autistic & neurodivergent communities, Ashley has carefully curated and designed a one-of-a-kind store for adults that sells stim toys, stim jewelry, chew necklaces, plushies, and more. She has also created a range of books and planners specifically designed for autistic & neurodivergent adults, including an ebook and a coloring book.

At The Autistic Innovator, Ashley believes that everyone should have access to high-quality stim products, regardless of their budget. That's why she offers a wide range of products at low prices, making them accessible to everyone.

Ashley personally tests the products in The Autistic Innovator to ensure they are of the highest quality, and puts great emphasis on creating a good customer experience with the items they purchase.

As an aromantic asexual on the neurodiverse spectrum as an autistic and ADHD adult with a traumatic brain injury, Ashley is dedicated to supporting individuals of all backgrounds on the autistic spectrum and beyond.

As a one-owner shop, she is committed to providing fast and friendly customer service to all of her customers. She takes pride in her ability to connect with the autistic and neurodivergent communities and understand their needs, and she is always looking for ways to improve The Autistic Innovator's product selection and better serve her customers.

Thank you for choosing The Autistic Innovator. Ashley Lauren Spencer is proud to be a part of the autistic and neurodivergent community and to provide a safe and welcoming space for all adults to find the products they need to thrive.

 

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