Redefining the way we think about  Autism, Asperger's, & other neurological differences...

a somatic-oriented approach to neurodiversity

The Infinite U believes that every individual comes to earth with inherent gifts and natural abilities to help make the world a better place. For neurodivergent kids, teens, and adults, life on our harsh planet can contribute to factors such as sensory overwhelm, social isolation, anxiety, difficulty with transitions and changes, and even bullying, any or all of which can leave a person feeling disconnected from their innate genius. The Infinite U supports individuals and families with tools to: 

~soothe the nervous system and feel safer in their body  (in the face of  frequent discomfort, heightened arousal, or agitation) 

~understand their sensitivity as a valuable strength 

~identify which thoughts are growth-enhancing and which cause more distress

~understand their emotions and have effective options for how to cope (also known as self-regulation) 

~how to express their needs, wants, and boundaries effectively (so that they feel understood and cared for) 

~to cultivate resiliency 

~to embrace their innate creativity, wisdom, and brilliance


The Infinite U envisions a world where unique ways of thinking and behaving are valued, where creativity and passion are recognized as an individual's genius, and where each individual is encouraged to contribute their... ​Read more



We are disappointed to announce that camp has been cancelled


Neurodiversity teaches us that there are a multitude of ways to think and behave and that neurological difference is a natural variant, rather than a disorder. Autism, Asperger's, ADHD, and learning differences... ​Read more

The Infinite U provides somatically-oriented tools to support the physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual development of neurodivergent individuals and families to instill self and social confidence, cultivate..... ​Read more


The Infinite U



The Infinite Family:

supporting, connecting, and honoring neurodiverse families

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