Our Mission

To help improve the lives of individuals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder.

UNFINISH3D PIECES wants to change how people view Autism by spreading awareness and understanding. We want families who are comfortable to share their own personal story with others. By sharing the journey, we believe we can better give a sense of understanding of what families go through, as well as what the individual living with Autism go through on a daily basis. Every story is so different and unique, and because Autism is a spectrum disorder, this will help others understand the truth in the statement, “if you meet one person with Autism, you meet one person with Autism.”

If sharing is not something you are comfortable with, then we understand the need for privacy and would be willing to help navigate in a more private manner. This is your story and your own journey and it’s up to you what you do with it. We just want to be here to help in whatever way that may be.

Our main goal is to help individuals and families by giving back and providing support. We don’t just want to be a one time resource, we want to be there along the ride as we move forward.

Our Beliefs


We want to keep all the proceeds local to help our neighbors in need. We want to be able to help families with special needs receive help in whatever avenue that may be. And if we can’t specifically help, we want you to have the information going forward to get the help you and your family need.


We know how important intervention at an early age can be for children with any type of disability. We want to help educate and spread awareness of signs to consider in your child or loved one. We will be the sounding board for you and allow you to confide in us confidentially and help you move forward however that may be.


We want to help people have access to a wide variety of adaptive tools. Maybe its an item that might not specifically be covered by another entity, just ask and we can let you know if we can help. We understand the financial struggles of families with children or family members on the spectrum and we want to be a part of providing assistance in a non traditional way.


We want to help encourage high school seniors and/or high school graduates no more than two years out of high school to further their education. We will help by providing a scholarship fund to an accredited post secondary institution. We want to help provide needed equipment and education to the special education departments in our local school districts.


We want the message to be loud and clear of how Autism is a spectrum disorder. We want people to have an understanding of all the different things that people with Autism have to deal with everyday of their lives. We are passionate about making a difference and educating people in a positive light!

Our Story

By 18 months, I started noticing signs of autism in Peyton. Major red flags that were much more obvious than we had even witnessed with Brody. Peyton had many sensory needs. He liked to tap a small, toy carrot on hard surfaces and would do it fast and quick.

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It’s been 6+ months since my son’s Autism diagnosis. I can honestly say that most days it never even surfaces in my brain. Most days I don’t even think about it. And some days, I even question it by looking at all the progress he’s made in such a little time. From eating, transitioning, talking and just general love for everything around him. He’s a happy kid and truly has a love for people that runs deep. These are the days I question the diagnosis and the place it has in Brody’s life.  And then….out of nowhere…a meltdown comes and
One year ago today, my son Peyton was discharged from the hospital after a month long battle with a virus. I’m not sure that many know how bad it was during those 4 weeks in the hospital and it’s not something most people like to talk about a lot. As bad as it was, we have managed to go through this first year with lots of bumps along the way. 2015 definitely takes the cake on the hardest year of our entire life. I know that we have been pretty much an open book about Chase and Peyton as we
April 29, 2015


Wow! Where has the time gone? I can’t believe it’s almost May and I’m sitting here watching our “miracle Peyton” swing inside our hospital room that overlooks downtown KC. He truly is a miracle and I will continue to say that to remind myself how lucky I am that I still have him here. He has had a rough start to this world and for that I’m sad. The silver lining in this situation is that he will never remember any of this. The failed attempts at a lumbar punctures, the needles, the withdrawals he went through with coming off
Well nothing is ever easy. Especially with three kids under the age of three- two of which are premies and not even a month old yet. Late yesterday afternoon I noticed Peyton starting a cough. I honestly didn’t think too much of it because he was eating and sometimes gets lazy with feedings, resulting in him coughing a little bit. But this cough started in and wasn’t going away. It got worse over the course of the night and he started developing a raspy sound as he was breathing.  The day we came home from the hospital Brody was not
It all started on a Sunday shopping with my identical twin sisters. We were school shopping for them as they were about to enter 8th grade. As we were shopping, I kept making comments about how strange I felt. My body was already changing dramatically as my husband and I had been trying to conceive our second child for almost a year. I was advised by my doctor to cut back on running and on all of my workouts.  In return, my body reacted and I gained about ten pounds due to my activity level changing. So….when I made comments
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