Welcome to the Autism Society of Wisconsin
The Autism Society of Wisconsin (ASW) is dedicated to improving the lives of all affected by autism in Wisconsin by providing information and referral, family support, advocacy, professional development, resource development, and by raising awareness and acceptance. ASW sponsors an annual spring and fall conference, a free quarterly newsletter, provides information and referral and monitors a peer support listserv. The Autism Society of Wisconsin is the voice for autism in Wisconsin, advocating for individuals with autism, their families and those who work with them.
1477 Kenwood Drive
Menasha, WI 54952
The Autism Society of Wisconsin is participating in Chili’s Pepper Partner program again this March. Bring in one of our vouchers to any Chili’s Restaurant in Wisconsin during the month of March and Chili’s will donate 10% of your purchase back to the Autism Society of Wisconsin.
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Governor Walker Plans to Focus on Employment for People with Disabilities in 2014
Governor Walker’s A Better Bottom Line:
Governor Scott Walker plans to focus on employment for people with disabilities through his “A Better Bottom Line: Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities” Initiative this year.
The Autism Society of Wisconsin joins other disability advocates in welcoming and supporting the Governor’s new initiative for 2014. Read more...
The APA releases DSM-5 in May of 2013
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