Healing and Hope: How The Infinity Center Transformed Our Lives

Nick (dad) and I have been a team since high school in the early 2000s. Our first great adventure was when our son, Nicholas Arlo, was born in 2017 having survived IVF.  Nicholas’ arrival was followed by a challenging three-month stay in the NICU due to extreme prematurity. While most parents settle into routines and go back to work, we had home nurse visits and early intervention services. Nicholas thrived and grew before our eyes but sadly around age two he experienced his first regression. He lost the three words he knew and stopped talking altogether. A once full plate of a variety of food groups turned into only chicken nuggets for every meal and snack. Eye contact was lost and as time went on, self-injurious behaviors and "eloping" (running or wandering away) began. 

Summer Fun for All Senses: Explore Maryland’s Sensory-Friendly Options

Summer is here, and with it comes the promise of sunshine, swimming, and outdoor adventures. But for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the hustle and bustle of summer activities can be overwhelming. Thankfully, there are plenty of local sensory-friendly activities to keep your little ones engaged and entertained throughout the season. Here are 3

Empowering Families: Had’s Journey with the Infinity Center

Mollie, a dedicated licensed clinical professional counselor specializing in adult care, found herself navigating the challenges of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) when her son, Had, was diagnosed in April 2021. As a mother of two, Mollie was determined to provide Had with the best possible support to help him thrive. Had has been with the

Reducing Holiday Stress for Children with Autism

The holiday season can be stressful for everyone. With all of the changes in schedules, the crowds, bright lights, visits from people we don’t see often, and just the general hubbub of the season, holidays can be even more challenging for a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their family.

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