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Helping You Realize Your Dreams

Facilitating peer-to-peer support, providing resources, and connecting families.

South Asian Persons of Neurodiverse Abilities

Sapna, or ‘सपना’ in Hindi, means dream.

SEWA is hosting a space for peer-to-peer support where our South Asian families can connect and discuss their mutual needs & available support services for neurodiverse individuals.

We want to bridge the gap and provide resources so we can help families realize and reach their goals.

SAPNA meets Fridays at 11:30am. Email sapna@sewa-aifw.org for more info.

(ex. Indian, Pakistani, Mixed race, West Indian)

Resources for Neurodiverse Individuals, Parents, and Family

Disability Hub MN

Disability Hub MN is a free, statewide resource network that helps people with disabilities solve problems, navigate the system, and plan for the future.

Minnesota Department of Health Autism Resource Portal

Information on signs, symptoms, diagnosis, screening, available data, research, healthcare programs, and how to maximize services to fit your needs.

Minnesota Autism Center

The Minnesota Autism Center’s mission is to provide center-based therapeutic services for children and adolescents affected by autism, promote the general education and welfare of persons challenged by ASD, and support the development of healthy families.

PACER Center: Champion for Children with Disabilities

PACER provides individual assistance, workshops, publications, and other resources to help families make decisions about education and other services for their child or young adult with disabilities.

Autism Society of Minnesota

The Autism Society of Minnesota enhances the lives of individuals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder. AuSM serves Minnesotans throughout their lives, with a fundamental commitment to advocacy, education, support, collaboration, and community buildings.

South Asian Parents Together

SAPT is our for parents group. We will post events and create dialogue on our facebook group to stay connected!

Funding & Support

Our neurodiversity initiatives are supported by the MN Department of Health.

SEWA-AIFW Volunteers available 24 Hours a day to answer your calls on the CRISIS HOTLINE (952) 912-9100 or EMAIL US anytime 


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