Welcome to the Autism Society of South Central Wisconsin

We are dedicated to improving the lives of all who are impacted by autism by providing information, resources and support, while raising awareness and acceptance in our community.

We serve a ten county area in south central and southwestern Wisconsin: Crawford, Columbia, Dane, Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, Richland, Rock, and Sauk counties. 

Buy a Bucky Book and Support ASC!

Your participation in this online, no-contact campaign can help us continue our good work while keeping everyone safe. Bucky Books offers hundreds of 50% OFF coupons you can use right now from golf, groceries, pizza, fast food, coffee shops, oil changes, car washes, pet food, home services even many entertainment venues & restaurants eager to see you. Books are valid thru September 2021.
Best of all you are supporting our community!
Not only does ASC receive $12 for every book purchased through our link, in appreciation for our local front line and essential health care workers keeping us all safe, the Bucky Book will donate one complimentary Bucky Book to these dedicated people for each Book purchased through this campaign – now you’re supporting two great causes!


We are excited to be partnering with Badgers With a Heart to be offering Thanksgiving gift bags for children who have autism. They are preparing 20 gift bags that will include fun fall activities for the kids along with a few gifts for the adults as well! These will be available on a first come first serve basis starting October 29th. The deadline to sign up is Monday November 16th.

No contact front porch  deliveries will be offered the weekend of November 21st . If you signed up for a gift bag, you will be contacted regarding delivery. Happy Thanksgiving!

COVID-19 Update

We would like to share that we are continuing to put our members’ health and well-being first and foremost as we choose to continue all Autism Society of South Central Wisconsin events virtually until at least the end of 2020. Given current data and best-available science, we do not anticipate in-person events until then at the earliest. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility as we navigate this new territory. We will reassess the situation and keep you informed of any changes. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns. Please know that you are very important to us and we remain dedicated to support you in any way we can. 

We will be responding to voice messages, emails and social media messages on a daily basis during this time.

As we are working remotely, you will be asked to leave a message if you call. Please be aware that when we call you back the number may come up as blocked.

You can find additional resources on COVID-19 and how it affects the disability community on our website at autismsouthcentral.org/covid-19