Information

Hi! Welcome to the Neurodiversity Foundation.

On this page:

Vision
Mission
Statutes
Projects
Initiatives
Office locations
Presentation
Investors
Logo and designfiles
Kvk number
Contact
Pictures from the ATHENS Initiative

Click here to read here our foundational statement to discover why we do what we do!

Or click here to find out who is in the team!

The vision, mission, projects and initiatives

The Foundation has the goal; To create a society that works for all individuals regardless of their braintypes, we develop in projects, the tools, community, campaigns, researches and products, to enhance societal equality, social connections and cooperation between neurodivergent and neurotypical individuals, thereby supporting to move forward towards a neurodiverse society.

Dutch version
De stichting heeft ten doel: Om een samenleving te creeren waarin er ruimte is voor iedereen, ontwikkelen we in projecten, de tools, community, campagnes, onderzoeken, en producten om maatschappelijke gelijkwaardigheid, sociale verbinding en cooperatie tussen neurodivergente en neurotypische individuen te ondersteunen, en daarmee de vooruitgang richting een neurodiverse toekomst mogelijk te maken., en voorts al hetgeen met een en ander rechtstreeks of zijdelings verband houdt of daartoe bevorderlijk kan zijn, alles in de ruimste zin des woords.

The Foundation will reach her goals by:

  1. research activities, production, innovation and distribution of projects that facilitate equality, self-management and effective joining for neurodivergents in the classroom, on the working space, in friendships, in groups in relationships and as individuals in society.
  2. campaigns of information that foster mutual understanding, curiosity and acceptable between neurodivergent and neurotypical individuals,
  3. developing knowledge and tools for effective communication that take into consideration how communication and cooperation is enacted by neurodiverse individuals
Dutch version
De stichting tracht haar doel onder meer te verwezenlijken door: De stichting tracht haar doel te bereiken middels -onderzoek, productie, innovatie en distributie van de projecten die gelijkwaardigheid, zelfredzaamheid en effectieve aansluiting van neurodivergenten faciliteren in de klas, op de werkvloer, in vriendschappen, in groepen, in relaties, en als individu in de maatschappij. – campagnes en informatieverspreiding die wederzijds begrip, nieuwsgierigheid en acceptatie tussen neurodivergente en neurotypische individuen aanjaagt. – kennis en tools voor effectieve communicatie ontwikkelen.

Statutes
In transparancy, we publish our full statutes & boardmembership publicly:

The Foundation has projects

  • Signs language*
  • Shakes language *
  • Swipes language*
  • Coaching App *
  • Signs Messenger *
  • Learner*
  • Auti Matcher *
  • Virtual Assistant Mini *
  • Self-management app *

* in cooperation with 2Tango & educational partners, based upon 2Tango insights & technology

The Neurodiversity Foundation has initiatives

  • ATHENS initiative
  • 2Tango.Work/Mini.Assist – run by ATHENS in collaboration with 2Tango
  • Neurodiversity information campaign – run by ATHENS
  • Dutch Neurodivergent Narwhals – run by Neurodiversity Foundation and their supporters
  • Divergent Minds Online Magazine – run by Neurodiversity Foundation and their supporters
  • National Neurodiversity Pride Day- run by Neurodiversity Foundation and their supporters

Presentation of the ATHENS Initiative 

Investors

We are appreciative to the choice of our investors to fund our research efforts and productional efforts, and mention specifically:

  • Cor Wit Fund: Funding for the research projects
  • City Lab: Funding for the production of work-related tooling
  • SIDN : Funding for the prototype of Sings Messenger.

We seek more funding to continue or complete our research, projects and products. For tips, talks or introductions to people that may wish to support our dream or technology, send a mail to tjerk@neurodiversiteit.nl.

Locations

We are based in the Netherlands and have offices in Rotterdam and Amstelveen. Please contact us, if you wish to meet us.

  • Main office: marconistraat 16, 3029 AK, Rotterdam
  • Postal adres: tiengemeten 131, 1181 CS, Amstelveen

 

Logo & Designfiles

These are the rainbow colors of the Neurodiversity Foundation. They are similar but different from the rainbows of other Diversity & Pride groups.

This is the design guide of the Neurodiversity Foundation. They are the core, upon which we will add new variations to suit our goals.

KVK number

  • Our Chambre of Commerce number is: 71010025
  • Bank account used by the foundation: NL02INGB0007727974

 

Contact
If you want to send us a message, these are some of your options:
1) fill the contactform on this website.
2) send us an email to:  info@neurodiversiteit.nl
3) send a mail to our crewmembers:

4) send a message via linkedin: Linkedin CEO  Tjerk Linkedin CTO Omotola
5) send a call-me-back textmessage to our phone, explaining who you are and why you want to be called back: 0614034299

Pictures of the ATHENS Initiative

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What Happened?

This page has a timeline of some of the major events in the ATHENS Initiative.

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  • 02 2019 - Neurodiversity Foundation join Data Science for Good

    02 2019

    The new collaboration organization for organizations that work with data for the greater good of mankind, invite the Athenians to present their work in the first meetup of it’s existence.

  • 06 2019 - Value of Female Autistics – Video series

    06 2019

    To illuminate the world with the real existence of many positive traits that manifest in autistics females, the foundation decided to ‘kick the bucket of constant negative labelling’, and shine a light of what is bright and beautiful instead. Diantha will be interviewing (dutch speaking) female autistics and experts, on which neurodivergent trait makes them particularly good in their job. We hope to present them to the Netherlands via our partner the NVA, and present them at the Neurodiversity Pride Day, to a ‘worldwide’ audience. Using ‘worldwide’ loosely: Meaning you will be able to see them for free as well. Because, that is what we wish for. The cameraman for this project is Merlijn Goldsack, a young and talented autistic that created his own self-employed company for video services.

    Diantha Voskuijl - Neurodiversity Foundation

  • 03 2019 - Keynote for Autism week 2019 (NL)

    03 2019

    Tjerk gave a keynote to the NVA (Dutch association for autism), to kick off the autisme week in the Netherlands. The 60 volunteers and employees got introduced to  the assistive technology that the ATHENS Initiative is building to support autistics to thrive in life. 

  • 03 2018 - Neurodiversity Pride Preparatory Planning

    03 2018

    The Neurodiversity Pride Day will be held on the 18th of June. Over 100 students from the HVA Creativiteit & Innovatie department, pondered over creative concepts to support the Neurodiversity Pride Day in the Netherlands. 10 Teams presented, each their own tool, program or message. The best group was Team Walnut, and we will move forward with their beautiful plan summarized by the campaign slogan ‘We are all Nuts’.

    Presenting the mission to the class of 2019

    Teams presenting their creative concepts. 

  • 03 2019 - My Amazing Brain in classrooms – Brain Awareness Week

    03 2019

    To celebrate Brain Awareness Week, the Neurodiversity Foundation published the My Amazing Brain Magazine. It has lots of assignments and imagery facilitating acceptance and appreciation of differences in the classroom. The magazine is part of a program for schools that we want to grow in size & impact. On our first pilot, Lana visited three schools, ‘with Brainy’, the avatar that takes the kids on a interesting journey through their mind.  Schools interested in the program, the workshop or the magazine, can mail directly to lana@neurodiversiteit.nl.

    The magazine and Brainy was created by Eleonora. The text is created by Saskia Weniger. And Lana helps out on every front as program coordinator.

  • 03 2019 - Considering international partnerships

    03 2019

    To reach the level of 10 million users, we must look in a concrete and pragmatic way in how to achieve it, and what seems likely is that we are going to need some friends to want us to succeed on a intrinsic level. We can build the very best tool ever build, but we are not specialized yet in product implementation and scaling. Especially looking at our third goal, which is beyond the local market, we felt it to be smart to consider partnerships with entrepreneurs who have more experience in the area than we do. We welcome their wisdom, and will use their support to help out our people with the Mini.AI project specifically, and the pheasable dream of integrating Mini.AI & Signs into screenware, implementable assisted communication for neurodivergents everywhere. This would enable any hospital, carehome or government building to get an ‘autism-friendly’  upgrade for screen-assisted communication.

  • 02 2019 - First Birthday of the Foundation

    02 2019

    The first birthday of the foundation was celebrated in our Rotterdam Office with the developers team.

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  • 02 2019 - Three wonderful persons join the Initiative

    02 2019

    On our first first Birthday, three new athenians officially started. Ana Maldonado will be board member, Erik Post legal & finance and Diantha will be in control of our social media channels.

    Ana Maldonado Neurodiversity Foundation

    Neurodiversity Foundation Erik Post
    diantha voskuijl neurodiversity foundation - neurodiversiteit

  • 02 2019 - Speech therapists join the research

    02 2019

    From Eindhoven, three speech therapist who are ‘best at class’ are (self-)selected for the research efforts. Their research will centre around three crucial questions, that will support us in iterating the current version of the Signs Language to a more optimal form. The questions are:

    • What top 100 sentences are wanting to be said (without words or conversation) by autistics.
    • Upon which 80 language constructs (sentence snippets) do these sentencings depend?
    • Which movements can be suggested for the gestural language ingrained in Signs as a communication system?

    Each researcher will answer this query on one of three different areas: parents-autistic communication, best friend – autistic communication, and teacher/coach/counselor – autistic communication.

    Renkse Pertijs - Neurodiversity Foundation Charlotte Albertini - Neurodiversity Foundation Esti van Raak - neurodiversity foundation

  • 02 2019 - Creation of the My Amazing Brain Magazine

    02 2019

    To support the move towards a more neurodiverse and inclusive society, we created a magazine for youngsters about the brain. The magazine is created to support interest and curiosity into each others differences, leading to more neurodiverse friendships and understanding.

    The magazine (& its avatar Brainy), is designed by Eleonora Spagnuolo, content is from Saskia Weniger, and overall project management & outreach has been done by Lana Jelenjev.

    The first limited edition, will be given to schoolkids of three international schools in the Netherlands. Also the NVA volunteers will receive an addition. As well as some like-minded sympathizers, supporting the vision of the Initiative. The first edition is in English language, we hope to create Dutch language versions as well for dutch speaking schoolrooms.

  • 02 2019 - New style of 2Tango.Dating demo

    02 2019

    Wybe is coding the 2Tango.Dating app, with the Together functionality, partially included into the system. However a new design felt really really needed, for it to be used by many, rather than a few users. The new conceptual layout, co-designed by Kevin, will revolve around the 2Tango logo, that has a colorwheel-circle around it.

    2Tango.Dating logo in early stages, with the colorwheel. The wheel suggest visually the diverse types of choices of (inter)activity between 2 individuals. The play button suggest the excitement of interaction, and the choice to either pauze, stop or move forward with possible time spend together.

    2tango dating logo

    2TANGO 2tango.dating chart named: Pandorei
    Early imaging of 2tango.dating menu chart in 2016 named: Pandorei

     

     

  • 01 2019 - Grant for the Messenger prototype

    01 2019

    Since the research effort is going very well, the SIDN Fonds decided to give the 2Tango organization a grant to build the prototype for Signs Messenger. Its a happy day for us and our teams. As a result: Szymon joins the effort as productmanager for 2Tango.Work.

    pitch and closing

  • 12 2018 - Neurodiversity Foundation annual supper

    12 2018

    On the annual supper,  members of the Neurodiversity Foundation come to eat and enjoy each others company, not working for a couple of hours, together .

    Neurodiversity Foundation annual supper
    Neurodiversity Foundation annual supper

  • 11 2018 - Data Scientists join the research

    11 2018

    To grow the research efforts, the ATHENS Initiative pitches their mission for upcoming Data scientists, as the only non profit on stage. Two of the smartest students join the research efforts.

    Kevin will research the ‘strategies’ element of the Mini.AI infrastructure, specifically guiding the ‘employer- autistic employee communication’.

    Natalie will research the voice of ‘Little Sister Mini’ and couple interventions for autistics to ‘state&state changes’.

    tjerk pitch at uva

    Researcher for the 'Voice of the Little Sister'

    kevin ho neurodiversity foundation

  • 11 2018 - Happiness detection system

    11 2018

    The 2 winnings teams of the Qchallenge collect their prices, and share the tech we can build upon. On of the new features to support the wish to uncover the mysteries of ‘state & state change’ is put forth by the team of Charris, a concept called; Happiness detection by unlabelled data. We won’t tell you exactly how this works, but if you are interested in contributing, or researching topics like this: if you are clever or capable, let us know. We always have space in our research teams.

    Mini.AI Technology: Happiness detection by unlabelled data

    Neurodiversity Foundation Qualogy
    Winners from the Q Challenge by Qualogy

  • 11 2018 - Product Manager joins the Initative

    11 2018

    Growing in ambition and enthusiasm, need a product manager to keep track of our main projects. After 6 months of ‘interning/advising’, and testing the waters in presenting the cause, the founders choose Szymon Maka to become the third pillar of 2Tango organization, focussing specifically on the 2Tango.Work project. His first event is the ‘Nieuwe Energie’ event, showcasing all the Citylab projects of Rotterdam.

    Productmanagers very first presentation
    Productmanagers very first presentation

    Szymon at work

    Szymon at work
    Szymon at work
    Presenting 2Tango.Work in Rotterdam
    Presenting 2Tango.Work in Rotterdam

  • 11 2018 - VR Experience for Sensory Overload

    11 2018

    The Hogeschool van Amsterdam joins the initiative, and in the creativity department organizes that their students forge in teams, a 360 degrees VR experience to support understanding of employers of the sensory issues that trouble autistics in work-areas.

    The research done by the students show the opportunity at hand for this option. The foundation will seek for ways to incorporate this concept into the 2Tango.Work technologies we build. The judges of the competition are Martin, Tjerk, Merlijn and Diantha.

    vr experience startdag
    vr experience afsluiting

  • 10 2018 - Opening the stock exchange

    10 2018

    Neurodiversity Foundation & Ece & Tulpp opened the stock exchange.

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    Neurodiversity Foundation & Ece & Tulpp open aex index
    Neurodiversity Foundation open stock exchane with lana jelenjev and tjerk feitsma
    Neurodiversity Foundation opens stock exchange – with lana and tjerk

  • 10 2018 - Hackathon Q Challenge

    10 2018

    To celebrate the anniversary of Qualogy, they organize a Hackathon called Q Challenge, and selects Neurodiversity Foundation to put forth a topic to support our mission. In 7 teams, groups of different students, PHDs and other bright minds, forge possible solutions for the query at hand which is centred around using user-data to gauge emotional state, and state change. Solving this issue, will support autistics in reducing the problems caused by Alexithymia (which is the reduced ability to self-report emotional state of state changes), of which about 40% of autistics experience in daily life.  We will continue with the research of the 2 most successful groups in the years to come, aiming to make it a central feature of the Signs, Work & Mini.AI projects.

    Neurodiversity Hackathon "Q Challenge" organized by Qualogy for the foundation
    Neurodiversity Hackathon “Q Challenge” organized by Qualogy for the foundation
    Neurodiversity Hackathon "Q Challenge" organized by Qualogy for the foundation
    Neurodiversity Hackathon “Q Challenge” organized by Qualogy for the foundation
    Launch Q Challenge promotional video
    Launch Q Challenge promotional video at Qualogy
    Launch Q Challenge promotional video at Qualogy
    Launch Q Challenge promotional video at Qualogy
    Team during the hackathon of the Qchallenge.
    Team during the hackathon of the Qchallenge together with Qualogy
    Team during the hackathon of the Qchallenge together with Qualogy
    Team during the hackathon of the Qchallenge together with Qualogy
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    hackathon foto Neurodiversity Foundation with Qualogy
    Q Challenge Neurodiversity Foundation Qualogy last day hacking
    Q Challenge Neurodiversity Foundation qualogy alle hackers laatste dag
    Neurodiversity Hackathon "Q Challenge" organized by Qualogy for the foundation
    Neurodiversity Hackathon “Q Challenge” organized by Qualogy for the foundation

  • 10 2018 - Meeting Sophia

    10 2018

    Hopeful to be leading researchers in our field one day in the future, the founders of the ATHENS Initiative also have inspiration they draw from bright academic minds. Particularly the works of Ben Goertzel & Dr Hanson are a direct catalyst for our drive, and are inspirational rolemodels in character and expertise. To see their best work, called Sophia.AI, Omotola & Tjerk were invited to be present at the presentation of Obama, where Dr Hansons Robot was present too. The technical projects in Mini.ai we create adhere to the ‘Loving AI’ framework put forth by Ben Goertzel & his teams.

    Meeting Obama. From afar.

    Omotola and Tjerk seeing Sophia.AI and Obama in Amsterdam
    Omotola and Tjerk seeing Sophia.AI and Obama in Amsterdam

  • 09 2018 - Signs gamification team

    09 2018

    Research team for Signs learning & gamification opportunities. An excellent research effort, with demo’s, explorations and a high level of overall cleverness.

    neurodiversiteit stichting - research team SignsGaming
    neurodiversiteit stichting – research team SignsGaming Eindhoven & Tjerk & Omotola

  • 08 2018 - Commercial managers join the research

    08 2018

    To decide where we will ship our product to, is a more challenging question when thoroughly investigated: will we ship our solutions via an open market for individual users, via the municipalities, via large corporations or via care organizations. To figure out our options, one research team from the Instituut voor Commercieel Management mulled over all the options, and presented their advice on how to move forward.

    Research team distribution and channels

    researchers Distribution team

  • 07 2018 - 2Tango receives grant from Citylab for 2Tango.Work

    07 2018

    2Tango was given a significant grant to research & build the 2Tango.Work project for digitally assisted work-related communication, via the Citylab project of the municipality of Rotterdam, the homebase of our main office at the Science Tower.

    Winning the Citylab pitch for funding for 2Tango.Work

  • 07 2018 - DevDay

    07 2018

    Devdays, short for Developer Day, are held monthly in either 2Tango or Neurodiversity Foundation. Its a day where all developers and contributors to the technical project come together, to talk code en structure data. It started out small, and grows in size when the need for it reveals herself.

    Mini.AI technology by Neurodiversity Foundation
    Mini.AI technology by Neurodiversity Foundation presentation on DevDay
    neurodiversiteit stichting - working together
    neurodiversiteit stichting – working together
    Neurodiversity Foundation developer team op devday 1
    Neurodiversity Foundation developer team op devday 1

  • 07 2018 - Making friends everywhere

    07 2018

    Because our ambitions of the ATHENS Initiative are bold, and our resolve unwavering, the founders ‘make friends’ with large companies, organizations, schools, and fellow neurodivergents. Organizations we visit, we usually call our friends. We aim to visit all organizations in the Netherlands that have 200+ workers in their employment (within the context of the likelyhood that a part of these workers are neurodivergents). Some of these friendship leads to receiving unexpected support, in advice, a introduction, invitation and so on. We are very grateful for what is given to us as a gift, without a need for reciprocation. And we will continue to accept that, until we are done with our big goals.

    And this works. For all parties involved. Because the problem we aim to solve, is present in every major organization, and fixing it, means enabling potentially succesfull people to thrive, also in their jobs. And we want to help autistics and neurodivergents keep their job, and feel safe in their work-related communication: there is a clear logic as to why organizations enjoy working with us and vice versa. But also, let this be said and stated clearly: there are simply a very large sum of very good and kind people, who use their smarts or compassion to understand why we are doing what we do, and chose to support us in ways we could not have imagined.

    ATHENS bij KPN
    ATHENS bij KPN & WSF
    KPN Start up Event, with ATHENS.
    KPN Start up Event, with ATHENS.
    KPN Start up Event, with ATHENS.
    KPN Start up Event, with ATHENS.

  • 06 2018 - Neurodiversity Pride Day

    06 2018

    On the 18th of June 2018, the Neurodiversity Pride Day was celebrated. The Neurodiversity foundation hosted the events, to support the neurodiversity movement & its sympathizers in the Netherlands.

    It was also the very first day we got our Tshirts, designed by Eleonora Spanuolo. It shows our logo; the brain with the heart in mind.

    Neurodiversity Pride Day

    neurodiversity pride day banner official
    official neurodiversity pride day banner

    Neurodiversity Pride Day

    neurodiversiteit stichting - neurodiverse families

    neurodiversiteit stichting - neurodiverse families

  • 07 2018 - Creation of visual works

    07 2018

    We needed a bright mind to create our core visual works. While many artists & student groups can support us with their ideas,  it was Eleonora Spaguolo who generates things of beauty for the foundation. Her most important work is the Brain with the Heart in Mind (the logo), but also Brainy (and Superbrainy!), the faded rainbow, the clothing, the support cards, the My Amazing Brain magazine and the Neurodiversity Pride day materials are all visually composed and imagineered in her mind, and created with love, and lots of coffee.

    working hard at Neurodiversity Foundation
    Our supercreative Athenian working hard at Neurodiversity Foundation
    Neurodiversity Pride Day Banner 2019 Neurodiversity Foundation
    Neurodiversity Pride Day Banner 2019 Neurodiversity Foundation
    support cards neurodiversity
    Support cards for Neurodiversity

     

  • 05 2018 - Funding the Foundation

    05 2018

    Winning the Big Pitch and getting the funds to start up and finance parts of our research efforts.

    Winning the Pitch and getting funds to start up
    Winning the Pitch and getting funds to start up
    Just before the Pitch and getting funds to start up
    Just before the Pitch and getting funds to start up

  • 02 2018 - Board Meetings

    02 2018

    The foundation has three board meetings each year. On these days, Tjerk & Omotola report about everything relevant to the ATHENS Initiative, and the foundation specifically. We have wonderful board members, we are very lucky to be working with them.

    neurodiversiteit stichting neurodiversity pride day core team 2018
     

  • 03 2018 - Developer builds first Together prototypes

    03 2018

    One of our first developers Wybe, has allways been dedicated solely to the 2Tango Together project. He aims to build a digital tool to allow activity matching of two individuals via customizable menu’s, and will continue the work to also support family-based activity matching. Starting at 2Tango organization for over 8 months, in December 2018, the foundation was grateful to give him a developer position in our team, focussing specifically on activity-matching. The prototypes will be tested on: http://2Tango.dating

    wearing the first version of the Neurodiversity Foundation t-shirt
    Wybe wearing the first version of the Neurodiversity Foundation t-shirt
    neurodiversiteit stichting - main developers 2018 with Erik Kees Wybe Tjerk and Omotola
    stichting neurodiversiteit – main developers 2018 with Erik Kees Wybe Tjerk and Omotola

  • 02 2018 - Foundation officially created

    02 2018

    On the 15th of February 2018 the Neurodiversity Foundation was officially founded, with Lana Jelenjev as chairperson & Eleonora Spagnuolo as boardmember, and Tjerk as director.

    founding neurodiversity picture at notary
    The founding of Neurodiversity Foundation at notary

  • 02 2018 - Putting Neurodiversity on the political agenda

    02 2018

    ATHENS Initiative joins Merlijn Goldsack (Merlin Blue) and Saskia Buma (prikkelprofiel.nl) in a meeting with Lisa Westerveld, a politician in the Tweede Kamerlid of the Netherlands. She accepts our handed proposals for improving the ability to thrive for autistics, and states her wish to be a good friend to the mission. Some of our offers include Signs & Mini.AI, and a basic income for long term unemployed autistics. We accept that it may take years for this situation to be accepted by a majority.

    In the years to follow, Lisa actually keeps her word, and speaks up to the parliament, multiple times, for issues concerning autistics, dyslectics and marginalized kids in general. Her voice is one of the few inspiring ones in politics, as she is trying to pave the way for a more inclusive society. Her efforts and proposals are most often not accepted by the majority, but being represented at all, is a seachange for our minority, and for all of us with neurological differences.

  • 02 2018 - Presenting at Inspirator

    02 2018

    At Inspirator, the newest upcoming healthcare initiative represent themselves, and 2Tango gets a slot as on of the three keynote speakers. It leads to a fire-fuelled speech, encouraging new healthcare startups to be bold, brave and to convert their pain into love, as they will run into it, in their steps towards growth and innovation. Innovation that other unknown to them will need them to continue.

    As Tjerk walks to the stage, he throws his microphone in a corner, and uses the full force of his voice to pervey the message of inclusion and courage in entrepreneurialism. ‘I wasn’t aware that I was going to do that’said Tjerk afterwards, ‘but when I talk about my mission, fear and tact dissapear, and my whole body takes over‘.

  • 11 2017 - Moving to the Third Office of the ATHENS Initiative

    11 2017

    Setting up the organizations 2Tango & Neurodiversity Foundation, as a startup needs some physical space to work, but being the first group of the Honours Program of Ece, we moved to an office that could house 30 developers. Months later, we are moved to locations more suitable to our actual needs, but the feeling of ‘now, we are officially a start up’ dawned on us first, in our first day at this office at the Science Tower in Rotterdam.

    In this ‘third office’ the ideas of Abri, as visioneered by Omotola, are meshed with the concepts of Signs, and of the autistic support artificial intelligence we would start calling ‘Mini.AI’ in the years to come.

    Third and absolutely massive office.

  • 10 2017 - CTO starts Mini.ai research

    10 2017

    A new research start to cover the issue of ‘dynamic understanding in real time’, starting with discussions on the concepts of what we would start to call: ‘The Constrained Infinite’ , resulting with the application of TM technology and the invention of our own Mini.AI. The technological projects aims to build the world first autistic life support system with Mini & Signs integrated. The ambitious project of the ATHENS Initiative will be run by our CTO Omotola Bolarin, who has a great knowledge on language and machine learning, and controls which research efforts and prototypes will be open sourced, and which elements are to be researched further before releasing it.

    Office number 1 in Rotterdam Science Tower.
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  • 11 2017 - Back to school

    11 2017

    After winning the Sustainable Healthcare Challenge, the team of early developers continue to learn new skills needed for the mission, in workshops, sessions and brainstorms. A new focus is Human Centred Design Thinking.

    Tjerk graduates from the Amsterdam Centre of Entrepreneurship and the Erasmus Centre of Entrepreneurship.

    2Tango team 2017

    2tango athens initiative

  • 10 2017 - Showcasing solutions

    10 2017

    Showcasing our works to autistics results in them supporting our mission, ideas and vision. And understanding how they are rarely listened to, even when their opinion is asked, made a change in us. In 2017 the initiative decided to align themselves with the ASAN network, and its slogan ‘nothing about us without us’ and the call for an inclusive neurodiversity in society.

    One of the problems we were struck by, in meeting many of our autistic brothers and sisters, was the realisation that our early stage prototypes of the autisme-friendly language Signs and how it could be used, were biased to solve  communication problems specifically for  individuals that used to be categorized as Asperger & PDDnos. It was this realization; that we were not helping all autistics, that wouldn’t leave us, and that we should not allow ourselves to take that easy road. It  resulted to a pivot, to focus more and more on neurodiverse translation, and integrate new communication options usefull for individuals unable to use screens or complex technology. New ways to communicate were carried in the Swipes, Shakes & Morsecode functionalities. In this way we can translate between more types, taking a more inclusive stance in our approach.

    Also, the preparations for the foundation, took a much more inclusive approach to serving all neurodivergents to thrive, with additional campaigns and schoolproject. The main technological project would remain focussed on solving the issue for autistics first, because we were the first to have a real shot at actually solving it.

  • 10 2017 - Second office

    10 2017

    Our second office was small, and shared with Burg Foods, a startup creating cricket-based burgers. It seems humble and simple, but it was all we needed to start building our innovation and our growing organization.

    Second Office
    Second Office we ever had

  • 10 2017 - Presentation at Health & Care day 2017

    10 2017

    “Dit is je uitnodiging….”

    Tjerk presents 2Tango Signs for 400 healthcare professionals and invites them to join in solving the problem.

     

    Tjerk Feitsma - Neurodiversity Foundation  After the presentation at Health & Care with SHC Board & founder

  • 09 2018 - Winning the Social Challenge

    09 2018

    A new competition: Social Challenge against Loneliness, spearheaded by the KPN, has 2 winners, of which one is 2Tango. It is the first time the public hears about the grand plan of the ATHENS Initiative. The original concept of the logo was a tree, made by individuals, in diverse color coding.

    The price was a chance to pitch for the funding we needed, and a education to school the founder Tjerk, to become a better business person. The education in entrepreneurialism is at the Erasmus Centre of Entrepreneurship in Rotterdam.

  • 05 2017 - 2Tango wins Sustainable Healthcare Challenge 2017

    05 2017

    In a competition with over 100 applicants, 2Tango takes the largest price of all, and wins the nation wide Challenge. It is indeed, our proudest moment up to that date. Our first developer Kees is our hero, as he build the first prototypes of the selfmanagement app.  And the pricemoney of 3500 euro, as humble as it may seem, goes a very very long way into funding our daily costs. It also allows for the money needed, to forge a research centre, that will do all the research requiered to fulfill our mission. This research centre, will later be called the Neurodiversity Foundation, or ‘Stichting Neurodiversiteit’ in the local language.

    profiel foto Neurodiversity Foundation

    2Tango wint Sustainable Healthcare

  • 05 2017 - Joining global networks

    05 2017

    We can be alone, or we can find the smartest or kindest friends out there, and we are doing that continually. Every month we are adding new friends to our: “Awesome autism organizations” list. Specifically we are connected to ASAN (autistic self advocacy network), and think in the same ways. We also cooperate with Ed Wiley Autism centre; We want to bring the neurodivergent narwhal to the Netherlands, and Europe at large. The list is long, and welcoming more ‘friends’, that support the logic of ‘nothing about us without us’.

    The reasoning for forming or attaching ourselves to global networks, derives from the need for autistics and neurodivergents alike, to protect themselves against the onslaught of a society that has not made ABA illegal yet. Even while 81% of autistics suffer PTSS from it.

    Together, as autistics, we will be able to change that, and to do so, we must speak clearly and form a united front against the ‘blue puzzle piece’ and the intensely cruel ‘autism-conversion therapy’ it supports. Lets safeguard the next generations from PTSS. Not with anger, but with political proposals.

    Do what makes you flappy
    Do what makes you flappy – Neurodivergent Narwhals, originated in the Ed Wiley Autism Centre.
    logo asan - Neurodiversity Foundation supports asan
    logo asan – Neurodiversity Foundation supports asan

  • 04 2017 - Testing connection-based events

    04 2017

    The 2Tango organization is build upon 7 insights, that are constantly being tested in events focussed on connecting two individuals to upgrade their time together. Each 2Tango event is a test for a new iteration of ‘the perfect system’, trying out new applications, activities, strategies and user-experiences. All insights need to be tested, in order to be validated for that system, and checked for interpretation by different types of participants. It results in about a thousand of participants spending time with each other, in the way they both choose to do so, within the context that feels fitting for the pair. Most of the insights are focussed on reducing awkwardness and friction in connecting, needs-matching and mutual consent. More information on these connections events and its prototypes, go to 2Tango.org for more information.

    Its together research program focusses on different types of connection made between strangers, fellows, friends, romantic dates. The net for which types of human interactions we can facilitate grows wider with every test. Lessons learned are integrated into the blue-prints of the digital tools for the 2Tango.Together project that we build, in order to provide the public access to these systems.

    2Tango.Walkie talkie prototype event

    2tango together workshop eigentijdse jongeren
    2Tango.Together workshop
    flirtdek voor summerdating 2tango
    flirtdek voor summerdating 2Tango
    silent date zone pictures with klazien
    Silent date zone pictures with Klazien
    2tango vipzone materials
    2Tango vipzone
    Friendzone & Datingnight 2Tango with Klazien Schaap
    Friendzone & Datingnight 2Tango with Klazien
    2Tango Summerdating banner
    2Tango Summerdating banner
    2Tango duisterdating banner
    2Tango duisterdating banner

  • 04 2017 - Choosing the symbol for Signs

    04 2017

    The logo of our communication infrastructure Signs is inspired by an image*, that illustrates communication struggles in an elegant way.

    2tango signs logo

    Core Principle of the Neurodiversity Foundations logic and inspiration

     

     

  • 04 2017 - Winning in the Hack the Government hackathon

    04 2017

    The neurodiverse team of Fons, Tjerk, Aleksandr and Dennis decide to call themselves ‘Divergents’, and join a governmental hackathon, to figure out why kids are failing at school. We hacked our way with data into one of the core issues in education: the limited ability of teachers to be aware of the neurological variance in their classrooms, as a indication as to why so many autistics aren’t doing well in this system. We found in the data sets proof that about 5000 neurodivergent (autistic) kids are ‘overlooked’ by teachers, and therefore often mislabelled as ‘bad kids’.

    The team did not ‘win’in term of the first or second price, but we got the honorary mention, awarded with 500 euros and flowers.

    Ideas are pitched to the municipality to reduce the problems at hand, but these ideas die slowly in the demotivating bureaucratic systems of the government.

    This is the exact moment the aims and intents of the political arm of the ATHENS Initiative was formed.

     

    divergents team - hack de overheid
    Divergents team – hack de overheid
    Neurodiversity Foundation hack de overheid divergents team
    Neurodiversity Foundation – divergents team – hack de overheid
    Neurodiversity Foundation tjerk feitsma hack de overheid
    Neurodiversity Foundation tjerk bij pitch
    Neurodiversity Foundation divergents team
    Neurodiversity Foundation divergents team

  • 03 2017 - Early stage prototype selfmanagement app

    03 2017

    The first prototypes of the ‘tapping’ functionality of the Signs language, are forged by developer Kees. Made in java, it is focussed on self-reporting and autism-friendly styled sentence formation. The prototype works, and is fairly effective, but is not ‘dynamic’  in its tracking. To be used by millions this needs to be improved, and part of it is because it doesn’t learn quickly enough from what the individual user needs, before the need for communication arises in a situation. The teams grows in size to tackle this problem.

    Later in the research effort, we investigate different types of individuals with ASS, TOS, and neurological variances that lead to limited speech. We pivot in our small group of Signs-users to a wider net, and completely overhaul our system, as to include other neurodivergent groups that could really use the technology we are building. The main focus remains autisme-friendly communication, but over time we understand that we can help more persons, with issues in communication that seem similar to issues autistics face daily.

    Zelfmanagement app vroeg prototype
    Screenshots early prototype self-management app

  • 11 2016 - First cooperation with fellow autistics

    11 2016

    2Tango meets with Danny Beukers to pitch the 2Tango.Signs selfmanagement-app for autistic communication. He had set up Authentict,  a organization for autistics to be able to work in harmony. One of the programmers, Kees Heil, is very curious about the project, and wishes to code it. He was supported by Peter and Maryse, but Kees was doing all the work.

    This was a very important moment for 2Tango, because in Kees we had the support that we needed to move forward with the 2Tango Signs project. The cooperation with Kees was so nice, that he came to be a stable force in our organization, and drafted many important functions for Signs. Authentict bankrupted months after, having lots of goodwill, and lots of people clapping at this inspiring initiative, all wanting this organization to be successful, but still holding out on lucrative assignments that could allow for the organization to pay for its bills. Goodwill, Danny said, will not pay for the bills, you have to do better.

    The bankrupcy of his first partner and rolemodel, left a stark impression on Tjerk; to make in the preparations of the ATHENS Initiative absolutely sure to discover a way for the product to be financially viable in the market, and safe while producing, for we would be building the tech, for the years to come.

  • 04 2016 - 2Tango at Jaarbeurs Utrecht

    04 2016

    To connect female & male developers more optimally, 2Tango organizes ‘Offline – 2Tango connectzone’ in the main stage of the Utrecht Jaarbeurs, on request of a technology conference. The program consists of lots of new activities, and the new prototype for the ‘Meta Clock’,  utilizing the main stages biggest screen, for 40 individual countdown-counters, one for each date.

    Team of the day is Tjerk, Jori, Egbert and Klazien.

    2tango connectzone appril preshow
    2tango connectzone

    2tango materials connectzone

    2Tango with Egbert

    2Tango timing system for dates 2017

  • 09 2015 - Testing activity menus

    09 2015

    One of the very first ‘zone’ events in our history; a  “dating & friendzone” activity night, inspired by the concepts and guidelines of the 2Tango together project. Its the live version aiming to create the perfect system to facilitate two individuals spending time together. Its also a testing ground for new concepts and iterations.

    Elma & Tjerk facilitated at the first ‘2tango balie’, resulting in 40 dates of 2 persons in 2 hours, with a massive 12 options on the menu.

    friendzone datingnight 2Tango Tjerk and Elma
    Friendzone datingnight 2Tango Tjerk and Elma

  • 01 2015 - Rise of the ATHENS Initiative

    01 2015

    Core statement of the Assistive Tech Hub Enhancing a Neurodiverse Society (ATHENS Initiative): The problem is not solved by doing nothing. *

    The plan we enact has three phases:

    • 1. Build something that works to solve* the problem of neurodiverse translation.
    • 2. Distribute the system to facilitate conversations of 10.000 dutch autistics, in Dutch language & English translated via Signs.
    • 3. Scale up to a global service to support access to the tools for 10 million neurodivergents, in most languages and cross languages**

    * Solving means: campaigning for awareness is nice, but not enough to actually solve the problem. Acceptance alone, is not enough. Appreciation alone, is not enough. We need to actually forge a product that reduces the communication issues for autistics, and our best shot at this, is a technical solution, that can be scaled and used by autistics for all nations. To be effective, the research of phase 1, remains in  english and dutch.

    ** We are a idealistic initiative, by neurodivergents, for neurodivergents, supporting neurodiverse teams; therefore we aim to make it free for all autistics unable to contribute financially; because solving the problem, does not mean only solving it for ‘rich folks’. The goals of the ATHENS Initiative are non-financial, and focussed on the impact goals as stated.

     

    Founding partners of the ATHENS Initiative

    For the initiative to be effective, we need a long-term approach with a ‘research-centre’ and a ‘product-building-centre’.

     

    • Neurodiversity Foundation is founded to do all the research, cooperate with partners, and support the societal change to acceptance, appreciation and inclusion.
    • 2Tango, as a social impact company, will dedicate itself* to creating the products that solve the problem in neurodiverse translation, and support the builds of tools that can help autistics thrive in live.

     

    ATHENS Initiative is offically starting in 2018, but it has been a project in the making since the very start of all we do.

    *  85% of 2Tango’s resources and worktime is used for autism-centered support tools like Signs, Work & Mini.ai. The remaining 15% is used for the Together project, including testing of concepts via events.

    screenshot of one of the earliest presentation decks for the ATHENS Initiative. The logo we currently use is the logo of the foundation (The Brain with the Heart in Mind).

Team

The Team of the Neurodiversity Foundation:

If you like us, like us, if you want to work with us, work with us.

 


– Lana Jelenjev: Board

Lana Jelenjev is an Educational consultant for International organizations and schools. She provides training and support on various areas related to curriculum design, project planning and personal development.
Her background in Family Life and Child Development along with her certifications on Gifted and Talented Education, Reading Instruction and Making Thinking Visible has shaped her passion on creating a culture of learning and engagement.
She is a mom to two children and a loving partner to her husband. In her spare time she writes poetries and creates guided meditations.
Lana brings to her own company Co.LAB her knack in looking at the big picture and making it visible into actionable steps, plus her love for building strong, supportive communities. Lana is een board-member for the Neurodiversity Foundation.


– Eleonora Spagnuola: Board

Eleonora Spagnuolo is a multipassionate professional with more than 20 years of experience in the fields of creativity, communication, and branding.
With a MA in Philosophy, and a BA in Graphic Design, she brings together the scientific approach and her hands-on experience on being creative for a living. In 2014 she founded The Creativity Project, to explore creativity in all its aspects and guide people in expressing the fantastic worlds hidden in their minds.
She is a mom to two kids and wife to a talented filmmaker. She loves running and is addicted to coffee, acrylic paint and rock music.
Eleonora brings to her own company Co.LAB her unique point of view on being an highly creative person with a different wired mind, her experience in branding and her mission to support creatives in expressing their unique, weird self. Eleonore is a board-member of the Neurodiversity Foundation.


– Saskia Buma: Board

Saskia Buma is autism expert and is a trainer in autism awareness and neurodiverse behaviour. She has a wide network and experience to offer. She lobbies on the behalf on young autists, as a mother of one, and as a political activist. She is also the co-founder of the Prikkelprofiel initiative.


– Tjerk Feitsma: CEO Tjerk Feitsma - Neurodiversity Foundation

Tjerk Feitsma is a neurodivergent impact entrepreneur who wants to make the world a better place. Convinced of the statement that ‘Diversity is Strength’, he has been prototyping and building solutions to create equality, interpersonal connection and selfmanagement for neurodivergents in a neurotypical society.


– Ana Maldonado: Board

Ana Maldonado Neurodiversity Foundation

Over the last 10+ years Ana has been working in international environments along multidisciplinary teams, translating clients needs and business questions into (R&D) solutions with an innovative twist.
Her scientific passion is in research, innovation and Data Science, to bring meaning to data, and assist discovery and optimisation projects of industrial interest.
Her human passion is into building connections, long-lasting relationships and partnerships, to help solve complex problems and assist companies and individuals to achieve their goals.


– Omotola Bolarin: CTO & lead developer

Omotola Bolarin is a wizard and visionary when it comes to drafting tech for the future. Reverse engeneering the thinking patterns of artificial intelligence, and thereby clarifying for humans what it feels like to be a bot, is one of his passions.
His knowledge on automation, integration and his personal perspective can produce and guide the robots of the future, to doing what the world needs them to do. Omotola is building the AI for the 2Tango.Signs project. Omotola brings as a CTO of the  Neurodiversity Foundation a lot of skills, bravado and brains into the mix, and will keep the horizon of the future, an interesting one.


– Kees Heil: Senior Developer/Researcher

Kees is a great programmer who is very analytical, enthusiastic about tech and open to non-conventional solution-oriented routines. He is very persistent in endeavouring technological goals and getting results. He is a keen abstract thinker and shaper of adequate proces & productmodels. A spectrum professional working diligently on the Signs project, building tools for a neurodiverse society.


 – Wybe Zeyl: Developer

Wybe is a web programmer coding the coaching-app project. He is a problem solver that learn new things every day. His most recent work concerns the activity-matching software of ‘Together’, both for use in closed groups as for use directed to the wider public.


 – Erik Post: Developer and Procesmanager erik post neurodiversity foundation

Erik is a researcher that focuses on machine learning and meta context modelling and engaged in the research preparations. He is the official Liaison of the foundation for the JADS research efforts in ’s Hertogenbosch. Beside his technological work, he supports the assistive tech hub with taskings in legal issues, finance and strategy.


 – Szymon Maka: Product Managerszymon maka neurodiversity foundation

Szymon Maka is the product manager and strategist working on 2tango.work and the language components, but mainly on the outward bound communication of the organization. He is also keen to explore the many ways in how Signs & Mini.AI can be distributed in the world.


 – Wouter Grond: Developer/Researcher Wouter Grond neurodiversity foundation

Wouter is a programmer that works to support the artificial intelligence project. He has skills in PHP and is excellent in finding patterns.


 – Charell Bos: External Reseacher TU/e

Charell Bos is doing research on self-defining and self-communication of emotional states, supported by the visionairy assistant professor Jelle van Dijk from the TUe, who specializes in Diversity Computing (DivComp).


 – Saskia Weniger: Contributor and writer in educational projects Saskia Wenniger  - neurodiversity foundation

Saskia is a creative team member that contributes in projects that furthers neurodiverse understanding in schools, like the My Amazing Brain Project. Her focus in her works are on addressing the core of the issue, the levels of attractiveness and fun and the ability to support decision making and reflection.


 – Natalie Glomsda: External Reseacher UvA 

Natalie Glomsda is researching into the ‘voice’ of ‘little sister Mini.AI’, and on the interventions suggested after defined-state-of-being and state-change.


 – Jessy de Bodt: Independent Researcher

Jessy de Bodt is researching a new iteration of the Signs language, developed from an autistic perspective. He is a good man and a graduate of Fontys education.


 – Roy Houtkamp: External Reseacher from Fontys

Roy Houtkamp is researching into the connection and conversion of self-identified skillsets or niche skills that the users wishes to improve, and to automate the suggested intervention and tools that support that intent.


 – Kevin Ho: External Researcher at HVA kevin ho neurodiversity foundation

Kevin Ho is a brightminded fellow of the cause, researching neurodiverse understanding in conversations between employer & employee in the 2Tango.Work project. He has highly developed level of integrity, and uses his analytical skills as one the core builders beneath the ‘conversation strategies’ mode in Mini.AI. Beside his technological research work, he supports 2tango.together in optimizing user experience.


 – Renske Pertijs: External Researcher & Speech Therapist

Renske researches Signs use cases for conversations with parents, teachers and best friends. She is an aspiring speech therapist with added knowledge on TOS (language development disorder) at Fontys Paramedische Hogeschool in Eindhoven.


 – Esti van Raak: External Reseacher & Speech Therapist

Esti researches Signs usecases for conversations with parents, teachers and best friends. She is a playfull, yet determined graduating speech therapist with a interest in child friendly communication.

 


 – Charlotte Albertini: External Reseacher & Speech Therapist

Charlotte is knowledgable in both autism & sign languages, and uses her talent to research Signs usecases for conversations. She is an aspiring speech therapist at Fontys Paramedische Hogeschool in Eindhoven.


– Signsgame team: External research team from Fontys

This team is developing and researching prototypes for quick comprehension and usecases of the signs language through gamified learning. They are very clever and balanced team, and we hope that their innovation will lead new users through the initial stages of using the autistic sign language called Signs.


– Diantha Voskuijl

Diantha Voskuijl is an excellent ambassador for Neurodivergents in the Netherlands, and runs the social media channels and hashtags of the foundation. One of her key interests is showing the great value female autistics have to offer the world. We hope to support her voice, and wish her message on neurodiversity and autism is heard and understood by many.


– John Scholtz

John Scholt is an appreciated external advisor of the 2Tango organisation & Neurodiversity. John is a great entrepreneur with a broad skillset, that aids with advice an coaching.

Foundational Statement

Foundational Statement:

Who we are, why we are here and how we will impact the world to make it a better place for all. 

15 February 2018, Amsterdam

Today a new organization has come into this world, the Neurodiversity Foundation, to bridge the gap between Neurodivergents and Neurotypicals. And it is an organization build on Love.

In our research for the best solutions to create equal opportunities for persons on the Spectrum, we got into contact with so many individuals wanting this world to be a fairer one for all. So many using their personal influence to create safer havens in stormy oceans.

We see that love, looking into the stories of parents of Autists and what lengths they will go to support their child.

We see that love, in corporate leaders aiming to provide neurodivergent employees with the works and the setting they can thrive in.

We see that love, in the coaches and academics, talking, testing & typing frantically beyond any regard for working hours.

We see that love, in friends taking their neurodivergent buddies by the hand in the confusing social jungle.

We see that love, from neurodivergents, pining to connect, to cooperate, to be, with others in a  world that often doesn’t understand us.

This is the love that founded our organization. An organization focused on creating research, prototypes, co-creation schemes, to push forward the technical innovation that drives the move towards a more equal, inclusive neurodiverse society. Like the 2Tango.Signs project, or the different non-verbal technologies to circumvent the communication problems we face daily interacting with the world. An organization to support neurodivergents, their parents, best friends, bosses and coaches with the tools we need, and pushing progress in the societal awareness we wish for.

Diversity, makes a group stronger. Neurodiversity means that differences are to be celebrated, not repressed, but optimized and that all are equally welcome to the party. Let’s make this world, a better place, one for all of us.

The “Stichting Neurodiversiteit” (Dutch for Neurodiversity Foundation) is founded on 15th of February 2018 (the day after Valentines day), with Tjerk Feitsma as founder, Omotola Bolarin as CTO, Lana Jelenjev and Eleonora Spagnuolo as board members. Autism is our initial research focus. The foundation is created to bridge the gaps, serving neurodivergents, their parents, best friends, bosses, and coaches. We are open to cooperation, co-creation, consultancy, information dissemination, innovation, educational partnerships, and advocacy to further a future that is equally welcome to all braintypes.

 

About the international cooperation project: The ATHENS Initiative

The “Athens Initiative” is the project name of international cooperation jumpstarted by the  Netherlands-based “stichting Neurodiversiteit” (Neurodiversity Foundation). It invites programmers and builders on & beyond the Spectrum to build tools to create equality, self-determination, self-mangement and social connections for neurodivergents. The main project currently, is the Signs project, which creates a new autistic friendly sign language, a self-management app, and a virtual assistant to support social survival.

 

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We are open to collaborators and contributors. If there is a reason, we’ll want to talk to you, let us know:  send us a message.

If you like us, like us, but if you are like us, join us, this is your invitation.

 

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