The Autism Society of Wisconsin provides a community for those who care about increasing the quality of life for those affected by autism in our 53 county service area. Founded in 1979, the Autism Society of Wisconsin has been passionately committed to improving the lives of those affected by autism for over 38 years.
The Autism Society of Wisconsin works with other Autism Society affiliates and organizations to advance the well-bring of individuals and families affected by autism at both the national and state level.
The Autism Society of Wisconsin and its local affiliates actively work to build relationships and partnerships with other community agencies with the goal of building autism friendly, inclusive communities across our service area.
The Autism Society of Wisconsin provides easy to understand, practical information related to the autism spectrum for a broad audience on a range of topics through our educational conferences, workshops and webinars. We work to educate individuals with autism, their loved ones, professionals from multiple disciplines, and the public at large about autism and issues within the autism community.
Information & Referral:
From the first call after diagnosis throughout the lifespan, the Autism Society of Wisconsin provides phone support to individuals and families affected by autism through all the phases of life.
Local Autism Society of Wisconsin Affiliates provide support through support groups, family events and other social groups. The Autism Society of Wisconsin and its local affiliates also help individuals and families navigate complex and confusing service systems and connect them to other local support services.