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Autism is a journey….

don’t take it alone. Adults on the spectrum need support, friendship and camaraderie just like everyone else. We are here for you and can help you find activities and a group that will welcome you, just as you are.

Goals:

  • Connect adults living with Autism.
  • Share experiences and learn from others.
  • Have an accepting group to help you celebrate life’s milestones and support you when things are tough.

Easily add events to your calendar or Google calendar by clicking on the CALENDAR or GOOGLECAL link under the EVENT DETAILS for each event.

may

01may12:00 am30jun(jun 30)12:00 pmA-Mazing Challenge - Making Connections

18may6:30 pm8:30 pmSoutheastern Wisconsin Autistic Navigators (SWAN) Third Wednesday Virtual Support GroupMeeting via Zoom the third Wednesday of each month. Preapproval to be added to the group and registration are required.

june

01may12:00 am30jun(jun 30)12:00 pmA-Mazing Challenge - Making Connections

01jun6:30 pm8:30 pmSoutheastern Wisconsin Autistic Navigators (SWAN) First Wednesday In Person Support GroupMeeting in person the first Wednesday of each month. Preapproval to be added to the group and registration are required.

05jun9:00 am12:00 pmFREE Sensory Friendly Sundays - Germantown Library & Autism Society SE WI

15jun6:30 pm8:30 pmSoutheastern Wisconsin Autistic Navigators (SWAN) Third Wednesday Virtual Support GroupMeeting via Zoom the third Wednesday of each month. Preapproval to be added to the group and registration are required.

july

06jul6:30 pm8:30 pmSoutheastern Wisconsin Autistic Navigators (SWAN) First Wednesday In Person Support GroupMeeting in person the first Wednesday of each month. Preapproval to be added to the group and registration are required.

17jul1:35 pmLakeshore Chinooks Baseball

20jul6:30 pm8:30 pmSoutheastern Wisconsin Autistic Navigators (SWAN) Third Wednesday Virtual Support GroupMeeting via Zoom the third Wednesday of each month. Preapproval to be added to the group and registration are required.

Southeastern Wisconsin Autism Navigators
(Formerly Adults On The Spectrum)

Our Southeastern Wisconsin Adult Autistic Navigators meet twice a month for support and camaraderie. It is an accepting group that will welcome you as you are; you do not have to pretend at this group, neurodiversity is embraced and celebrated here! Activities include discussion time, celebration of birthdays, dances, holiday parties, board games, pizza and other activities chosen by the participants.

Virtual: Zoom

In-Person: Autism Society SE WI Office| 3720 N. 124th Street, Suite O, Wauwatosa

When: First and Third Wednesday of Each Month | 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Who: Facilitator Becky Aten
Click here to view and add dates to your calendar

Take Me Out to the Ball Game!

Click here to learn more about this great event.

First Stage Sensory Friendly Productions

Click here to learn more about upcoming First Stage Sensory Friendly Theater Performances.

Sensory Friendly Sundays at the Germantown Community Library

Click here to learn more about Sensory Friendly Sundays at the Germantown Community Library. Explore all the library has to offer and participate in themed activities for all age groups!

This is a great opportunity for SWAN members (or any adult on the spectrum) to connect in-person with a dedicated space during the themed activities.

iCan Bike Camp Volunteers Needed!

The iCan Shine Bike Camp is a week-long event that teaches riders with a variety of disabilities to ride a two-wheel bike confidently on their own. This is done using a fleet of specialized bicycles owned by iCan Shine.

Over the course of the five-day camp, the adapted bikes are adjusted to gradually introduce more instability in an effort to challenge riders at their own individual pace. Throughout the entire process, the riders and their volunteers grow together through the smiles and tears that these challenges bring. After many hours of laughter and learning, the week concludes with a touching and inspiring award ceremony.

The safety of iCan Bike Camp participants is dependent on lots of helping hands. Please consider giving the gift of time by volunteering as a spotter for one or more of the five sessions of the five-day camp. We promise this will be the most rewarding exercise you will ever experience!

Click here to become a volunteer!

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