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CAI Autism2Work

The CAI’s Autism2Work program partners with autism-support associations, employment organizations, and colleges and universities to recruit, select and train individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. The program reinforces the idea that employing individuals with ASD is a way to attract innovative thinkers with attention to detail and pattern recognition skills. CAI helps them become a […]

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Mockingbird Opens at First Stage

The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin (ASSEW) has been working closely with First Stage Theater to bring Mockingbird, the National Book Award-winning young adult novel by Kathryn Erskine about an autistic girl dealing with the tragic and unexpected loss of her brother, to the stage. The play opens this Friday, March 24.  On the cusp […]

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iCan Shine Bike Program

The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin (ASSEW) is pleased to announce the national iCan Shine Bike Program from June 27-July 1, at The Columbia St. Mary’s Center/Milwaukee Curling Club on the Ozaukee County Fairgrounds in Cedarburg. The goal of the weeklong camp is to teach individuals with disabilities how to ride a conventional bike and […]

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Dylan’s Run

Thousands of people turned out in support of autism awareness this morning at Indian Summer for the 16th annual Dylan’s Run, a 2-mile run/walk and family event named in honor of 19-year-old Milwaukeean Dylan Schwartz, who was diagnosed with autism at age two. Dylan’s Run is the largest annual fundraiser for the Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin (ASSEW).  […]

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SOAR Program

On October 1, 2016 The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin will host SOAR, an event hosted at General Mitchell International Airport (MKE). This event is being held in partnership with MKE, The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin, the Transportation Security Administration and TSA Cares. The program is made possible by airplane partners Delta Air Lines, […]

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