Autism Society of Wisconsin

ASW Newsletter - Connecting Wisconsin

Our quarterly newsletter, Connecting Wisconsin, is printed and sent to our members as a member benefit. To receive a printed copy of the newsletter you can join the Autism Society of Wisconsin here. Electronic versions of the newsletter can be accessed through our email list and website.



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Newsletter Articles by Topic:

Airport Thievery, Judy Endow, M.S., Spring 2012  
Autism's Heavy Toll Beyond Childhood on Marriage, Sigan Hartley, PhD & Marsha Mallick Seltzer, PhD , Fall, 2010
Celebrating Differences:  Being a Good Friend to a Classmate with Autism, Chelsea Budde, Good Friend, Spring, 2014   
Establishing Good Sleep Habits in 10 Steps, Dr. Robert Peyton, Winter, 2014   
Extended School Year, Nissan Bar-Lev, PhD &
Jan Serak, M.S., Spring 2014
Internet Safety: A Personal Experience, Richard Brissett Summer 2013
Is It Anxiety or Autism? Dr. Robert Peyton, Fall 2013  
Just RELAX!? Using Technology for Self Regulation for Students with Autism, Susan Stokes, M.A., CCC-SLP Spring 2014  
Legal Concepts for Nonprofits, Courtney Salzer, Esq. Fall 2012  
Making our Voices Heard/Advocacy, Kirsten Cooper
Spring 2012
New Services in Wisconsin's CLTS Medicaid Waiver, Bill Murray, DHS, Fall 2012  
Organize Me, Please!! Ideas from the book Organizing the Disorganized Child, by Martin Kutscher, Peggy Bartman, OTR/L Summer 2010  
Positive Aspects of Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome, By Zach, Kelly and Mansoor Shariff Spring 2009  
Preventing Meltdowns: Outsmarting the Explosive Behavior of Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Judy Endow, MS Fall 2011  
Ready to Make a Difference? Start a Support Group! Judy Braun Summer 2013  
Resolving Special Education Disputes Through Mediation Nelsinia Wroblewski, WI-FACETS, Fall 2013  
Schedule your Summer to Alleviate Stress, Mandy Reinke, Autism Consultant, CESA 7, Summer 2012  
Serving Local Communities with Heart & Passion, John Shouse Spring 2013  
Starting a Peer Education Initiative in your School Community, Ben Kaufman, OAR, Winter 2014  
Three Critical Back-to-School Survival Tips, Susan Stokes, M.A., CCC-SLP, Summer 2009  

Copyright 2001-2016 Autism Society of Wisconsin. Note: on-line editions of the ASW Newsletter do not include all the articles published in the newsletter. Articles not in the on-line edition include information published elsewhere on the ASW website, out-of-date events and articles where permission to publish on a website is denied. Submissions: articles of interest, artwork/stories/poetry of persons with autism, book reviews, chapter reports and upcoming conferences are accepted for submission to the newsletter. Submissions can be sent to: ASW Editor, 1477 Kenwood Dr., Menasha, WI 54952. Submissions deadlines are October 7, January 7, May 7 and July 7.