Spectrum Fusion, the Houston nonprofit that provides a space for adults on the autism spectrum to learn, grow and develop their creative talents to be successful in the working world, will open its new headquarters in the West University area on Sept. 30.

Located at 2016 Bissonnet St., Houston, the new building that will serve as Spectrum Fusion’s headquarters offers a state-of-the-art studio for the five autistic adults that serve as the nonprofit’s media team, which has served clients ranging from Johnson & Johnson to the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra in Houston, according to a Sept. 2 news release.

The new 2,400-square-foot building, designed with autistic adults in mind, will give the nonprofit the breathing room to meet the needs of clients for work, training, collaboration and meetings, according to the release.

The nonprofit will showcase its new headquarters during a Sept. 30 open house from 6-9 p.m. that is free and open to the public.

Dr. Heidi Stieglitz Ham piloted Spectrum Fusion in Australia and founded Spectrum Fusion as a nonprofit organization in Houston in 2018. www.spectrumfusion.org