Daniel John "DJ" Svaboda was born in 1983 in Sumter, SC, and was 3 years old when he was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, along with psychomotor retardation. As he grew up and entered school, DJ was taunted, teased, made fun of and bullied.
A mission was born.
A journey had begun.
Click here to read more. Scroll down to learn more about DJ and The Imagifriends, the Mission and their incredible journey.
Want to help Raise Awareness and Gain Acceptance?
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Together, we CAN make a difference!
DJ's an accomplished artist, and his artwork graces walls of the Duke Autism Center, local businesses and homes, as well as tees, coffee mugs, totes and more.
A great gift for anyone, anytime, for any occasion. All just a click away.
Join the Mupp and all the Imagifriends on their journey and "Look and see things from a different point of view!"
The Imagifriends "Hero Collection"
Paying tribute and honoring our everyday Heroes.
All original pieces of art, DJ has designed an Imagifriend Hero for every true front-line Hero: teachers, police officers, firefighters, doctors, and nurses to honor and recognize those who are truly everyday heroes.
Help us say "Thank You", and raise awareness and gain acceptance for those with autism and special needs at the same time!
Click below and grab an Imagifriend Hero Collection tee shirt or coffee mug!
Autism: Our Journey Together - A Message of Hope.
DJ Svoboda was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder along with psychomotor retardation at the age of 3. DJ’s mom Cindi had no idea about what the future would hold for them. In the 37 years that have followed, DJ has become a coveted motivational speaker, an accomplished artist and published author. Hear DJ and his mom tell their incredibly inspirational and beautiful story of hope, perseverance and heartfelt love.
Help us help others ...
Our mission is to help everyone look and see things from a different point of view!
And if we all do that, we can raise awareness and gain acceptance for so many.
The Mupp and all the Imagifriends of Imagiville could use your help! If you'd like to join us in our mission, visit The Imagistore, or click below to make a donation.
Every little bit helps. Thank you!