Natalia Geldin, founder of the Spark Social Club, with her 15-year-old autistic daughter Sophia. Photo: Jon Delou Natalia Geldin, founder of the Spark Social Club, with her 15-year-old autistic daughter Sophia. Photo: Jon Delou
Natalia Geldin, founder of the Spark Social Club, with her 15-year-old autistic daughter Sophia. Photo: Jon Delou
Wellness

Autistic teens helped into adulthood at Los Angeles-based Spark Social Club, from dancing and make-up to dating and sex

  • Natalia Geldin felt there were few social opportunities for her autistic 15-year-old daughter so she created the Spark Social Club
  • The Los Angeles-based club helps autistic teenagers make friends, explore new relationships and navigate young adulthood on their own terms

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Natalia Geldin, founder of the Spark Social Club, with her 15-year-old autistic daughter Sophia. Photo: Jon Delou Natalia Geldin, founder of the Spark Social Club, with her 15-year-old autistic daughter Sophia. Photo: Jon Delou
Natalia Geldin, founder of the Spark Social Club, with her 15-year-old autistic daughter Sophia. Photo: Jon Delou
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