What is The Ed Asner Family Center?

The Ed Asner Family Center is a one-stop shop for neurodivergent individuals and their families seeking wholeness in all attitudes of life. The Center acts as an oasis of balance and thought, of interaction and education. Most importantly, The Center gives children and adults of all levels of ability a chance at dignity, confidence, and self-respect.


At The Ed Asner Family Center, we do not only cater to the needs of the neurodivergent individual. We aim to enroll the complete family and help them meet the challenges they face with grace.

What is Offered at The Ed Asner Family Center?

We offer arts and career advancement programs at our Center after school and on the weekends, as well as counseling and mindfulness classes. These classes and sessions help promote self-confidence and balance. Something that translates into all areas of life, including an area that needs much attention in the neurodiversity world, employment. Over 80% of individuals with a cognitive difficulty are unemployed or underemployed.

Arts and Career Advancement Classes:

Cooking Classes

Fine Arts Classes

Advanced Acting Classes

Movement and Dance Classes

Drum Circle


Voice Over Classes

Film & Video Classes


Mental Health Services Provided:

  Individual Therapy Sessions 

  Family Therapy Sessions 

  Teen Life Skills Support Groups

  Mom Support Groups

  Dad's Poker Support Group

  Sibling Art Support Groups

  Mindfulness and De-Stress Workshops



Matthew Asner

President/Chief Executive Officer



Navah Asner

Executive Director/Co-Founder

Founder Camp Ed


Chrisa Sadd, LMFT

Director of Mental Health


Milo Nichols

Director of Events & Corporate Affairs

Social Media Manager


Chelsea Darnell

Autistic Self-Advocate

TEAFC Social Director


Blanca Arenas

Co-Director of the Adult Day Program

Office Coordinator


Avivah Paskowitz

Co-Director of the Adult Day Program
Co-Director of Camp Ed


Judy Langdon

Director of Music Programs

Co-Director of Camp Ed