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The Autism Society of Wisconsin seeks to improve the lives of all affected by autism by increasing public awareness about day-to-day issues faced by people on the spectrum. The organization also offers information, networking opportunities, monthly support group meetings, among other services.
131 West Wilson Street Suite 700 Madison, WI 53703 (608) 267-0214 (800) 928-8778 (WI only). Disability Rights Wisconsin is a protection and advocacy organization for individuals with disabilities.
(Family Assistance Center for Education, Training, and Support) 2714 North Dr. Martin Luther King Drive Milwaukee, WI 53212 (414) 374-4645 TDD: (414) 374-4635 (877) 374-4677. WI FACETS is a statewide non-profit organization that was started by a group of parents in 1995 to help families understand special education laws and systems.
(WSPEI) Building D-2, Mailbox 65 800 Wisconsin Street Eau Claire, WI 54703 (877) 844-4925. WSPEI helps families and school districts find or create the resources that will help them build positive working relationships that lead to shared decision making and better outcomes for students. It supports increased sharing of information among families, schools, projects, organizations and agencies through networking meetings, conferences, person-to-person contact, and media. WSPEI also offers specialized trainings for families.
Franklin Area Parents and Students United (FAPSU)
Franklin Area Parents and Students United is a cooperative community coalition that will prevent and reduce alcohol, tobacco and other drug use by youth through implementing policies and changing the culture to create a healthy community.
Parents United is a non-profit consortium of 27 special education departments that have joined to provide an educational community service. The mission of the group is to present timely and relevant information in a neutral forum for parents and professionals who work with children. The lectures and presentations offered each school year provide essential links, knowledge and networking to the entire community for the ultimate benefit of our students. Please CLICK HERE to view the current 2020-21 Parents United brochure which lists the free programs to attend.
The Special Education Program supports the needs of students with disabilities, including the provision of behavioral and academic intervention services.
Director of Student Services