Art in Neuromarts+

I wanted to share this quote from M. David Lepofsky, who is a Canadian lawyer and disability advocate. “There are only two kinds of people in society: those who have a disability now, and people with disabilities in waiting.”

Neuromarts+ is breaking down barriers by changing the perception of the world by serving as a model on fostering a multi-vendor marketplace to showcase phenomenal art, purchase goods, and services offered by neurodivergent artists and entrepreneurs.

As a proud mother to my daughter Emily who is Autistic and lives with Pervasive Developmental Differences, Neuromarts+ is a platform in which she can showcase her art which she is incredibly proud of.

I genuinely believe Neuromarts+ has given Emily the inalienable right to feel connected with her peers and belong to a community that raises self-confidence and empowers her to share her contributions to a community that values the talents and diverse abilities of every individual.

We are passionate about being a part of Neuromarts+ and being a part of an innovative and collaborative community working together to build a successful online presence that celebrates the contributions of people with diverse characteristics with pride!

Written & equitably approved by Emily and Norma Finelli, Advisor, Board Member And Co-Founders Neuromarts+

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