Welcome to the NASH Collection through Adaptability Unlimited



Welcome!

Welcome to the NASH collection! All our items feature the creations of NASH, a successful and talented 14 year old who uses art, music, science and words to express himself. He is currently saving up for a service dog that will help him feel safe and secure as he continues to engage in and enter the community!

  • NASH used to describe his feelings as either “sad” or “happy” but this year he has started expressing “proud”.  Which is exactly what he felt making the art in this design.

    NASH used to describe his feelings as either “sad” or “happy” but this year he has started expressing “proud”. Which is exactly what he felt making the art in this design.

  • Check out NASH’S new designs for Autism Awareness month, he will be adding new designs throughout April!

  • Processing Change. NASH created this piece the day after his first seizures. He was doing a lot of processing and had to come to terms with the added diagnosis of Epilepsy and recover from all of the events of the preceding 24 hrs. We love this piece because it contains so many colors that represent who he is. Purple for the new addition of Epilepsy, blue for Autism, and fuchsia and glitter to represent his fabulousness. It’s hands down one of our favorites.

  • Science Vibes. NASH loves doing science experiments. The messier the better!

  • We asked NASH “if there was one message you could put on a shirt for this year what would it be.” He typed out “you be you”

NASH used to describe his feelings as either “sad” or “happy” but this year he has started expressing “proud”. Which is exactly what he felt making the art in this design.

Check out NASH’S new designs for Autism Awareness month, he will be adding new designs throughout April!

Processing Change. NASH created this piece the day after his first seizures. He was doing a lot of processing and had to come to terms with the added diagnosis of Epilepsy and recover from all of the events of the preceding 24 hrs. We love this piece because it contains so many colors that represent who he is. Purple for the new addition of Epilepsy, blue for Autism, and fuchsia and glitter to represent his fabulousness. It’s hands down one of our favorites.

Science Vibes. NASH loves doing science experiments. The messier the better!

We asked NASH “if there was one message you could put on a shirt for this year what would it be.” He typed out “you be you”