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Infiniteach develops mobile applications that change the way we educate and support individuals with autism.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Other
  • Location Chicago, IL, US
  • Currency USD
  • Founded May 2013
  • Employees 5
  • Incorporation Type C-corp
  • Website

Company Summary

Infiniteach develops mobile applications that change the way we educate and support individuals with autism. The staggering increase in the prevalence of autism - up more than 600% in the past two decades alone - has created a void in effective services and products. Infiniteach is leveraging technology to bring effective, cost efficient, and scalable resources to every individual with autism.


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    Katie is a former special education teacher turned entrepreneur. She has her Masters from Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame. Her passion for the autism community comes from her younger brother, who was diagnosed at the age of 6 and continues to be an inspiration to her.

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    Christopher has spent over 20 years in the autism field, realizing it was his life’s work after meeting a student with autism while in college. He has since trained over 12,000 people in best practice autism interventions and started a nonprofit that provides autism resources in developing countries.

  • Marty loves all things technology, and is excited about the potential for new technology to change the lives of individuals with autism. He comes from the start-up space, having helped Chicago-based startups from Belly to Pathfinder to Morsel get off the ground. Marty is talented in both front and backend work. He learns fast, builds faster, and has an eye for iterating designs.

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    Lally Daley Hotchkiss
    Co-founder / Research

    Lally received her Masters in Clinical Psychology from DePaul University. Her research interests focus on the role of technology and culture in autism. She is also a former behavior therapist, trainer, and consultant, having helped community organizations innovate ideas integrating individuals with autism.

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