Safety and Interacting with Law Enforcement

A lot of families are worried about what will happen if their child has to interact with the police. It is important families learn how to reach out to law enforcement and it is important for law enforcement to learn how to reach out to families. John Miller, School Resource Officer for the Village of […]

Hope for the Holidays Series: Winter Break – Preparing for and Navigating Transitions and Changes in Routine

  Breaks from school can involve various transitions and changes in routines.  With the winter school break and holidays approaching, there may be activities and events that families are looking forward to in addition to thinking about changes in daily activities/routines that can be stressful and accompany this time of year.  In this presentation, we’ll discuss strategies […]


Hope for the Holidays Series: Winter Break – Moving, Sensing and Feeling

  Winter break and the holidays can be a fun-filled time- but for those with autism, this time can be challenging.  In this presentation, we will discuss movement, sensory and relational strategies to keep everyone having a good time! Presenter: Jen Bluske is an occupational therapist and director at Children’s Therapy Network in Madison. She provides […]


Autism 101

  Autism 101 is a free workshop for parents, family members and caregivers of newly diagnosed children who are interested in learning more about autism from parents who have been there.  The session will be led by members of our education committee who have children on the spectrum and will consist of a half hour overview […]