Autist. Artist. Advocate.

Jenine Lillian: Empowering Neurodivergent Minds

As a neurodivergent adult with a very late-in-life ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) diagnosis, I understand the unique challenges and strengths that come with being neurodivergent. With a passion for fostering self-acceptance and empowerment, I am dedicated to supporting both neurodivergent adults and their employers.

For neurodivergent adults, especially those considering obtaining a late-in-life ASD diagnosis, this website is your one-stop shop for resources, support, and encouragement. Explore professionally curated book lists, find helpful resources, and discover how to thrive as a neurodivergent individual.

For employers, I offer valuable insights and resources to create more inclusive and neurodiversity-affirming workplaces and Zoom environments. By fostering a thriving and diverse workforce, everyone benefits.

Together, let’s build a world where everyone can reach their full potential, regardless of their neurotype!


Jenine Lillian is a neurodivergent consultant, educator, artist, writer, and librarian. For more than 20 years, Jenine has taught and presented in the public library sphere both in Canada and the United States. Jenine lives in the Kootenays, British Columbia, Canada where they can be found making art, talking with folks on sidewalks, birdwatching, building community through volunteering, and practicing self-care.

Curated Book Lists

From executive functioning and self-care to spectrum stories and entrepreneurial encouragement, find expertly curated books & resources to support your neurodivergent journey.

Workshops & Webinars

Participate in interactive webinars & workshops led by a neurodivergent professional hell-bent on encouragement and community-building. Upcoming events include entrepreneurial development, self-care & ASD diagnosis FAQs.

Professional Consulting

Personalized guidance to support navigation of British Columbia, Canada’s applications for ASD financial supports. Employers learn how to make their Zoom sessions & workplaces more neurodivergent-friendly and inclusive.

Empowering Success

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