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by Katie Hench

All About Me: I'm Hanna. I am 19 years old. I went to John Hersey High School of School District 214 for five years. August 21st will be my first day of the Life program at Forest View School also in district 214. I love art and animation a lot, but I also love to Continue Reading…

by Lally Daley Hotchkiss

As an adult, I reflect back on my summer experiences and think of so many individuals who did not have the same access to to an amusement park. I can't believe it, but summer is coming to an end. For me it's the fastest out of the four seasons. Maybe it is because we try Continue Reading…

by Christopher Flint

There are two big issues to tackle to ensure that every individual with autism can be successful. The first is acceptance, the second is access. Several years ago I was shopping in a grocery store in my neighborhood. As I was in the middle of my shopping I heard a familiar sound a few aisles Continue Reading…

by InfiniTeach

  'Take Me Out' to the White Sox Kids' Corner! InfiniTeach is excited to announce the development of a new family-friendly app in partnership with Chicago White Sox and MLB Advanced Media, . This new app will help make baseball accessible for all young fans and their families, including those who are part of the autism Continue Reading…

by Katie Hench

My husband, son, and I just got home from a wonderful weekend visiting 'Grandma Mimi' and 'Papa' in Minnesota. As we walked through the Minneapolis airport on our way back to Chicago, I noticed a sign that talked about all of the accessibility programs that are offered. The supports ranged from therapy dogs and art Continue Reading…

by Katie Hench

One of the best parts about this job from a marketer's perspective is that I get to read your stories and truly listen to what the autism community has to say. And after going through what feels like a plethora of Facebook posts which consisted of inspirational quotes, autism related articles, and an inside look Continue Reading…

by Katie Hench

The other weekend, I was lucky enough to attend an amazing one-man show – the actor performed six monologues, ranging from Shakespeare to Waiting for Guffman to Antz. The actor's facial expressions and gestures were spot on, he didn't miss a single word, and his comedic timing was impeccable. Most impressive to me was his Continue Reading…

by Katie Hench

Traveling can always be a little difficult and stressful for all of us, but for individuals who are on the autism spectrum traveling can be more overwhelming than usual. Providing an escape from the rest of the noise of a typical airport – this new autism accessibility initiative in Atlanta is set to provide a Continue Reading…

by Katie Hench

On what was supposed to just be a classroom assignment has now turned into a viral, vulnerable, and touching poem created by a boy on the the autism spectrum. Ten year old Benjamin Giroux wrote a poem titled “I am”. After his parents read the poem it turned into something more for his family – Continue Reading…

by Katie Hench

Photo Credit: Sesame Street In continuing to celebrate the uniqueness of every child on the autism spectrum, Sesame Street's phase two initiative from last October – “See Amazing in All Children” was just released last week. After receiving positive reviews and feedback about phase one of the initiative. Phase two includes a jam packed video Continue Reading…

by Katie Hench

As everyone in the autism community knows, today is World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD). This one day is an awesome reminder of how many lives are impacted by autism – individuals on the spectrum, their families, educators, therapists, and the community that supports them. As a sibling of a brother with autism, this one day Continue Reading…

by Katie Hench

Photo Credit: Jeremy Sicile-Kira Portfolio You often hear around the autism community that “Autism is not a disability, it's a different ability”. For this nonverbal adult on the spectrum his abilities stretch far and wide when it comes to his art pieces. Jeremy Sicile-Kira was diagnosed with both autism and synesthesia and shows off his Continue Reading…

by Katie Hench

Photo Credit: Glenn GB Photography Facebook Page I recently came across an article about this Dad's photo series highlighting the different faces of autism. So when I looked at his photos it automatically reminded me of this quote: “Autism is a word attempting to describe millions of different stories.” I'm big into photography, and there's Continue Reading…

by Katie Hench

Photo Credit: NASDAQ This past Monday our founder Christopher Flint joined the Chicago Innovation Awards team in New York City to ring in the NASDAQ closing bell. Infiniteach was recognized nationally with the best and brightest who were winners of the 2015 Chicago Innovation Awards. The long list of companies that we joined included Chicago Continue Reading…

by Katie Hench

So you've downloaded Autism Core Skills and signed up for a free trial. Yet you still feel a little lost setting up your student profile and starting a lesson. In this walkthrough video we're breaking down simple tasks that can help you navigate Autism Core Skills better and help you use features that can help Continue Reading…

by Katie Hench

It's all about trying something new in 2016! We're sharing a month round recap of autism stories that were trending on social media, or stories that can have a lasting impact on the autism community. Whether the story is inspirational, personal, or resources that could help support the autism community. All of the details are Continue Reading…

by Katie Hench

Photo Cred: CBS Local It's not everyday you learn a life-saving maneuver from a famous children's television show. For seventh grader Brandon Williams, that's exactly where he learned the Heimlich maneuver. At Barnes Intermediate School, Brandon saved a classmate's life by learning the Heimlich from Spongebob Squarepants. After seeing his classmate Jessica choking on an Continue Reading…

by Katie Hench

Creating infinite autism resources that everyone in the autism community can access in addition to Autism Core Skills is something that we're working toward everyday in 2016. There should be more autism resources to help individuals on the autism spectrum create a meaningful future. As we start a New Year, and look forward towards the Continue Reading…

by Christopher Flint

Our New Year’s Resolution: InfiniTeach will continue to bridge the gap between unmet potential and success for individuals with autism. In a world where everyone is touched by autism, why aren’t we doing more to support the estimated 1 in 45 individuals now being diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder?  The progress we have made Continue Reading…

by Christopher Flint

The iPad is revolutionizing industries across the world. Hospitals are using iPads to increase patient interaction by bringing x-rays and other vital information bedside. Service companies are outfitting their service technicians with iPads to evaluate the safety and performance of elevators and escalators and restaurants are adopting iPads to enhance the experience of diners and Continue Reading…