Mirador Magazine is an ad-free, age-appropriate online and print publication for neurodivergent communities. Our growing readership includes those with various stages of dementia and people of all ages recovering from brain trauma such as concussion, TBI or stroke. We also have readers who experience chronic symptoms from autoimmune disease and people with autism and ADHD.
Mirador Magazine: Making Connections
Our pages include short features on nature, science, history, and the people who make our world wonderful. Mirador Magazine is about making connections within oneself, with others, and building community. Each page and online offering can be enjoyed alone or with family members and friends cross-generationally.
Our quarterly print magazine is also available digitally with audio narration and links to additional content. Activities for each issue are available for download and bonus content is offered as well. We currently have five issues available online in Spanish. We know that reading provides self-comfort and helps protect cognitive function. Many people love reading but can become frustrated when unable to find reading materials that are accessible to their changing brains. Our pages are designed to be easier to read than traditional magazines, with content that can help recall past experiences while also stimulating thought, creativity, and curiosity.