Amelia Foxwell is the director of The McArdle Center for Early Autism Intervention. She has more than a decade of experience of training and working with children suffering from autism. The center is first of its kind in Mid-Shore area, providing services to children with autism from age 2 to 8 years. The children are provided assistance according to their level of autism.
Amelia Foxwell is a psychology professional who provides essential support and help to the survivors of violence, torture and trauma. For the renormalization of the survivors into the society, she works with a group of professionals to build their empowered communities. Since 1996, she has served many reputed firms such as Deaf Referral Services, Epicurean Life, Novus Investigations, Veterans Landing Zone, and V.B. Currently, she is working as an Instructor at Z7 Tactical.
Amelia Foxwell is involved in a lot of philanthropic work and has received the Volunteer of the Year award for her commitment and spirit for community service. She started volunteering at an early age in her life. She assisted members of the Deaf Community while accompanying her parents to Baltimore City. She has also devoted substantial time and energy on cancer research, projects, disaster relief efforts, and injured veterans.