More about our mission and who we are!
AUesome’s mission is to make therapy more accessible and affordable. Our kits, instructional videos, and app simplify the at-home therapy process for parents of children with special needs.
In the past month, AUesome has received 200+ requests for free kits from over 50 families across the United States. We have shipped kits out to families spanning from the west to the east coast.
Isabella is a senior in high school from Fremont, California. She is a co-founder of AUesome specializing in product conceptualization and design, customer relations, and marketing. She is a dedicated neurodiversity advocate, involved in the Stanford Neurodiversity Project and nonprofit Friends of Children with Special Needs.
Anshul Gupta is a high-school junior in the Bay Area and is passionate about computer science and helping young children. Along with his roles as a co-President at AUesome, he volunteers at Best Buddies California and is a tutor at FCSN. He also has formed a math tutoring organization where he teaches algebra & a hackathon.
Andrew Kim is a student at the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy specializing in the design and customer experience of AUesome. He is an aspiring designer interested in digital innovation and social entrepreneurship.
Autism spectrum is a puzzle!! Every piece is very important to complete the puzzle. Love all your pieces separately which with some guidance can form an incredibly beautiful picture in the form of AUesome!
My daughter really enjoys matching and puzzle-like things so the threading was fun. She likes hands on and brain stimulating games and toys.
I feel that these are so helpful for my son. They helped him stay engaged and was excited to play with the fun objects and create new things with the chains and shapes.
It's a great sensory box that my son enjoyed getting and continues to play with!
We loved it! My son was especially excited about the push bubble!!
My son loves his kit and that makes me happy and satisfied.