Was Your Child Recently Diagnosed?
It’s been said that autism is a journey, but for the parents of a newly diagnosed child, where to start that journey can be very overwhelming and confusing. We would like to help. We have been serving local families since 1976 with a help line, support groups, lending library, social activities and classes. We know from personal experience that when the family is informed and supported, they are better able to meet the needs of their special needs child.
Join us at one of our New to Autism Classes
This free presentation is open to the public and designed for parents whose children have recently been diagnosed with autism and will be led by one of the Autism Society Southeastern WI staff. The session will cover:
Basic characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorders
How families integrate their feelings about having a child with a disability
How to get started on a path to helping your family support your child
Q & A
Request a New to Autism Kit
To help families who are struggling to accept and understand their child’s learning challenges, we have created folders that contain fact sheets about autism, Wisconsin-specific information on accessing services, a parenting article, and flyers listing the services we offer. We provide these folders free of charge as a service to the educators and families in the nine counties we serve. It may be the first autism information that families getting an educational diagnosis will see.
Call 414-988-1260 or click here to request a kit today.
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