The Wyatt Holliday Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, was created in 2004 to honor the memory of Wyatt Holliday who was killed at the age of 9 in a car accident.  Wyatt was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome, a form of autism spectrum disorder. The Holliday family struggled to get the appropriate therapies, educational support and assistance for him over the years.  The Foundation honors Wyatt’s memory in the area of special needs advocacy.

Our mission is to provide advocacy services to families with special needs children, inclusive of diagnosis.  Our goal is to empower special needs families in our local community.  We accomplish this through:  referrals to advocates and attorneys specializing in special education, hosting workshops and conferences focusing on special needs, our online community outreach program, parent support group, and lending library.  We have big plans for the future, and you can help us continue our important work!  Visit us online at:  www.wyattshouse.org.