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Rescheduled! CHW Networking Gathering with Luna

July 13, 2023 : 12:00 pm 1:30 pm

Come network with other CHWs!

Community Health Worker Zoom Meeting

Are you interested in learning more about Neurodivergence* and Disability Justice?

Are you or any of your clients Neurodivergent and looking for peer support?

Join us on July 13th to learn more about LUNA Community Care and the services that they provide for Neurodivergent and Disabled adults in our community. After their presentation there will be a Q & A and then 30 minutes of CHW networking.

*Neurodivergent individuals are those who’s brains differ from what we’ve socially constructed as “normal” or neurotypical. Examples of Neurodivergence include ADHD, Autism, Bipolar, Personality Disorders, Schizophrenia, Chronic Anxiety & Depression, Cerebral Palsy, Seizures and more.

Co-founders Casey Gallagher and Tara Boulais will be presenting. After their presentation there will be a Q & A and then 30 minutes of CHW networking.


Casey Gallagher, LMHC (they/she) is a queer, Autigender, chronically ill, Neurodivergent mother, therapist, and the Co-Founder of LUNA Community Care. Casey is committed to creating brave communities of care that center the lived experiences of Disabled, Neurodivergent, trans, non-binary, gender expansive and BIPOC individuals. Casey will be discussing the principles of Disability Justice and sharing information about LUNA Community Care, which is a neuro-affirming, gender-affirming peer support space that provide virtual and in-person support groups, drop-in’s, activity clubs, workshops and events.

Tara Boulais, CCHW/PRS (she/they) is the Co-Founder of LUNA Community Care. “I am a queer, non-binary, AuDHD mother, peer and community leader. I have been a peer for 6 years and facilitate groups with Oasis, NAMI, Crossroads, Elenor Slater and other long term psychiatric wards and carceral spaces throughout RI. I’m also the foster mother to a child who struggles with their own serious mental illness and trauma. I love to learn and look forward to gaining more formal leadership skills in this training.”