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iCan House is a product of the creative minds and talented professionals within Winston Salem, an example of innovative human services meeting the needs of the community. Using an entrepreneurial approach, iCan House was designed as a nonprofit to address the growing needs for those with Asperger's, autism, ADHD, and other social differences. The iCan House philosophy and culture is founded on ones abilities and the belief that neurodiversity is among us. At iCan House, we meet people where they are, build from their strengths, and position them for success.

While at iCan House, participants become club members and experience a feeling of belonging and purpose, often for the first time in their life.  Within this positive environment, specially trained staff utilize a unique and innovative curriculum to teach “soft skills” essential for success in school, employment, and personal independence. Expanding the learning environment, clubs also meet in the community allowing members to practice and apply in the real world the newly acquired social and independence skills they’ve learned at iCan House. They eat out, attend plays and sporting events, visit museums, or just hang out at the house, developing trust with others and establishing friendships with their peers. 

iCan House educates, supports, and enhances the lives of those with Asperger’s, high functioning autism, ADHD, and other social differences.  For nine years, iCan House has served over 500 people from age 8 through adulthood, teaching essential life and independence skills. 

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