EPIC is a social club that offers a chance for neurodiverse* teens and young adults to connect with compatible peers and adult mentors in a positive and safe environment.

     EPIC is structured as a non-religious youth group founded on a doctrine of respect for self and for others. Our weekly evening meetups are memorable and fun and offer both physically active and quieter pursuits which foster social communication, increased self-awareness and self-confidence.

     Our skilled professional adult mentors are wonderfully attuned to each club member and offer encouragement and support as well as space for personal exploration. EPIC is proud of its Leadership Team, established members who provide outreach to new, younger and less-involved participants and plan and host games and activities.

    If you or someone you know can relate to being neurodiverse, who wants to make new friends and experience the joys of community, please, join us at EPIC.

 

*Neurodiverse is defined here as including, but not limited to, persons who identify with High Functioning Autism, ADHD or other language or sensory processing differences. EPIC asserts that neurological variations are authentic forms of human diversity, self-expression and being.