I hired a recruiter to help me enter the job market in Houston shortly after I moved home to Houston from Maine. He sent me to Neal. Neal and I agreed that he knew a wealth about the experience of the neurologically different and I knew a goodly amount about fostering positive life adaptation despite adversity. So we rolled the dice to see how a union of our ways of knowing might be a unique offering to the neurologically different learners in his program. We hoped it would afford them a more full life—and along the way, they could teach us about building an optimal community that could host such growth and developmental expansion. They did just that—and they changed our lives. These integrated growth maps are a guide to designing and hosting intentional conditions for developmental expansion. They are our way of sharing what we learned from the neurologically different learners and our guide to navigating the human development territories toward integrated purpose and community.