Tyler Weaver Jr. was diagnosed with autism, or what he now calls Neurodiversity, at the age of 22. Growing up without a diagnoses left him with many unanswered questions. Tyler has always felt different, but never understood what made him different.
Tyler Weaver Jr. hopes to help inspire all families who are dealing with Neurodiversity by sharing his success through the study of martial arts.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that affects communication and behavior.
Autism, or Neurodiversity, affects an estimated 1 in 59 people.
There is no one type of Autism (Neurodiversity), but many types.
Special thanks to all those who are helping us with this journey. We are looking forward to meeting and growing more with the autism community.
Special thanks to:
Martial Arts Enterprises
Century Martial Arts
Dr. Melvin Kaplan
Stronger Than Yesterday
US Autism Association
Rocky Mountain Stunts
Team Paul Mitchell