We offer a variety of programs and support for adults on the spectrum. Whether you were diagnosed as a child, later in life or have yet to be diagnosed but suspect you might be on the spectrum we are here to support you. Our social and support groups are peer lead and provide support from others who share similar life experiences.
Information and Referral
Do you have questions, concerns, need support or don’t know where to turn to get your autism related questions answered? We are here to help!
Our Information and Referral Specialist is here to connect you to the services and support you need to help you on your autism journey. Give us a call at (608) 630-9147 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We also have resources available in our resource directory.
Adult Support Group
A support group for adults (18 and over) with autism and those who suspect they may have autism. The group meets on the 3rd Wednesday of every month and is a chance to meet other autistic adults and discuss life issues that those on the spectrum face. This is a peer-led group that uses an open-meeting format. Click here for our upcoming Adult Support Group meetings.
Adult Social Group
Our Adult Social Group is a group for all adults on the autism spectrum (no formal diagnosis needed). Enjoy some time out in the community with fellow members in a relaxed, conversational atmosphere. Click here for our upcoming Adult Social Group activities.
If you are an autistic teen or adult who likes to play games then this group is for you! It’s a great way to meet new people and have some fun in a friendly and welcoming environment. The group meets twice a month and has a variety of games they rotate through. Click here for upcoming online game night meetings.
We are pleased to offer a college scholarship individuals on the Autism Spectrum going to college. Any individual on the spectrum who lives in our service area and is accepted into an accredited post-secondary education or vocational training is welcome to apply. The application deadline is April 15th of each year. Scholarship winner is announced on June 1st.
INTEGRAL is an autism conference like no other. It puts adults on the autism spectrum front and center, not as a subject for others to discuss, but for them to exchange perspectives with expert professionals and parents so that everyone can learn from each other. For more information about the conference and way you can become involved click here integralautism.org.