Offering a Personal Connection
We understand what you are going through. We are local and want to help. We support people with autism spectrum disorders, their families, professionals and others in the community by sharing information, supporting research, providing networking opportunities and promoting awareness through education and training.
Click here to learn more about the upcoming Vaccine Education Initiative FREE community presentations and clinics.
Take Me Out to the Ball Game!
Don’t miss out on an opportunity to connect with other SWAN members at the Lakeshore Chinooks baseball game. This event is FREE for our SWAN (adults on the spectrum group) members. Families are also welcomed to join at a discounted rate. Please click here to learn more about this great event!
Click here to learn more about the August 7th member only pool party at the Cedarburg Community Pool.
The 2022 Autism Society Gala was held at the Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee on Saturday, April 9, 2022. The evening highlighted our annual Bike Camp and was a great success.
Every year we offer a festive evening of food, fun, dance and amazing auction items with all proceeds going back into our nine-county service area.
Please take a look at the photos from the April 9, 2022, Autism Gala – Supporting Independence. View 2022 Autism Gala Photos
Click here to learn more about First Stage’s Sensory Friendly Theater Performances.
A-Mazing Challenge – Making Connections
Join us for the Making Connections A-Mazing Challenge this May through June. The challenge starts May 1st and runs through June 30th. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to win fun prizes along the way and a chance at the grand prize – tickets to Wisconsin State Fair, cream puffs and a mini-Photo session from In Your Face Photography. Challenge yourself and your friends to various missions using the GooseChase app on your smart phone or device. Play as individual or as part of a team! Click here for more information on how to play!
In Person Events & Programs begin again in Response to COVID-19
At the Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin, the health and well-being of those we serve is of the utmost importance, guiding the choices we make as an organization each day. For that reason, we have been keeping a watchful eye on the developing situation pertaining to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). After careful consideration, for the safety and protection of our members, attendees, sponsors and staff, we are beginning in-person programming June 1st and our office is now open to the public.