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Empowering individuals and families on the spectrum
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Welcome to Spectrum Success 911, a nonprofit organization that champions individuals living on the Spectrum and their families through a holistic approach. As a 501c3 organization, we are committed to providing advocacy and support to those on the Spectrum and their families.

At Spectrum Success 911, we understand that living with a Spectrum disorder can present unique challenges, and we are here to help. We provide a range of services, including connecting families with community resources and organizations to help support their needs. Our goal is to help individuals and families living on the Spectrum achieve success and happiness in all aspects of their lives.

Our programs use peer support best practices to empower families with the tools and resources they need to navigate life on the Spectrum. Through modeling everyday activities in a therapeutic way, we promote strength-based language and engagement. We want families to understand that they don’t need to be therapists to do something therapeutically.

At Spectrum Success 911, we believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to succeed and thrive, regardless of their differences. We are committed to advocating for and supporting individuals and families living on the Spectrum, and we are proud to be a part of the community.

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to empower individuals and their families, acting as co-discoverers with them as they develop their voices, vocalize their choices and cultivate self-efficacy along their journey.

Our Vision Statement

Our vision at Spectrum Success 911 is to create a world where individuals and families living on the Spectrum are understood, supported, and empowered to achieve their full potential and lead happy, fulfilling lives.

Michele Abraham-Montgomery
Michele Abraham-Montgomery

Michele Abraham-Montgomery is a seasoned Child & Family Advocate having over 20 years of experience with the School District of Philadelphia. She attended Ashford University majoring in Psychology and completed the State requirements to achieve a Child Development Associate Credential (CDA). After learning that her son had been diagnosed with Autism she enrolled in a program to learn State and Federal laws for children with special needs. After successfully completing the course she began avidly supporting children and families as a certified advocate.

Michele is known for her expertise in advocacy, public speaking, developing programs and developing a rapport with parents, schools, and community organizations. She participated in the maturation of the Philadelphia Autism Project in 2014 and feature on numerous occasions on channel 3 and 10 regarding her expertise in advocacy and family empowerment. She was also instrumental in selecting recipients to receive GRAAS Funds that would be used by Faith-Based organizations and/or Grassroots groups who proposed to educate and support the advancements of individuals impacted by autism. Michele actively identifies dilemmas, as well as enlightens and empowers parents, individuals, communities and organizations. She also helps school staff and administration with challenges and concerns identified with children diagnosed on the Autism spectrum and living with Mental Health Differences.

Michele is married and is the proud mother of two wonderful children who are both living with diagnosis on the spectrum. Her son, Khylil, is diagnosed with autism and is a college graduate. Currently Michele and Khylil are the founders of a non-profit organization called Spectrum Success 911. Inspired by the work her son Khylil is currently working as a Community Autism Peer Specialist at The Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services.
Michele’s goals are to successfully unite parents, schools, neighborhoods and community organizations in a union that will develop into a beneficial and ongoing bond. Michele successfully completed the LEND FELLOWSHIP in 2022 as a Family Fellow at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and she is currently working as a Sleep Navigator for Children’s Hospital or Philadelphia. This is just the beginning of her story as she is excited to move to the next level of her journey now as a Peer Support Specialist Supervisor and youth program developer.

Khylil Robinson
Khylil Robinson

Email: Robinsonk75@yahoo.com Phone: 267-257-1199 Work Phone: 215-317-1138

Khylil Robinson is a self-advocate and a blogger for various activities involving autism awareness, and youth advocacy in Philadelphia. Having his experiences with being a graduate Community College of Philadelphia in 2016 and now being a transfer student at Temple University; Khylil Robinson has used the supplication of his involvement at the Community College of Philadelphia (CCP) to get involved with Philadelphia Project Autism in 2014 and has continuously pushed forward in being a young advocate in training.

Khylil Robinson has been well involved with communication by use of typing and public speech and has used these skills to further push his advocacy working in the following programs: Youth MOVE, ASERT Collaborative, Drexel Autism Institute, Temple University’s Social Xchange, and Spectrum Success 911. Khylil has built interest in his public speaking skills when he was interviewed on January 31, 2015 by NBC 10. Also, working with his alongside with his mother, Michele Abraham-Montgomery, and his sister, Chynah Abraham, Khylil Robinson has been in collaboration of the family organization Spectrum Success 911 which has been receive funding by SEED Funds in 2017.

As of Current, Khylil is now a CAPS (Community Autistic Peer Specialist) for the (DBHIDS) Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services in the city of Philadelphia. He has worked for the city of Philadelphia for 2 years continuously moving forward. Khylil has provided various resources and has received the Grapevine Award in 2022 from the city commissioner, Jill Bowen and the Jordan A. Smith Award from Lvonne McMillan both being in recognition for his work for what he does in the autism community. Khylil has and always will push forward the message of what’s happening in the autism community and using it to teach others and himself.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding our organization.