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Community Resources

Below is a compilation of community activities designed to accommodate students and families with diverse physical, cognitive, and/or sensory needs.

Additional Resources

Autism Now Resources

The Autism NOW Center provides high quality resources and information in core areas across the lifespan to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities, their families, caregivers, and professional in the field.

Autism Now

Wisconsin Early Childhood Collaborating Partners provides information about serving children with disabilities.

Wisconsin Early Childhood Collaborating Partners

Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin - Fox Cities provides support to families and individuals with Down syndrome through education, information, and the exchange of ideas and experiences.

Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin - Fox Cities

The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) is the world's largest organization of school psychologists, NASP works to advance effective practices to improve students' learning, behavior, and mental health. Our vision is that all children and youth thrive in school, at home, and throughout life.

National Association of School Psychologists

The Northeast Regional Center provides: information and referrals that are up-to-date and confidential, connections to community, state and national resources, problem solving on a variety of concerns including school issues, home care, sibling support, transition issues, diagnoses and more.

Northeast Regional Center

The mission of PACER Center (Parent Advocacy Coalition for Educational Rights) is to expand opportunities and enhance the quality of life of children and young adults with disabilities and their families, based on the concept of parents helping parents.

PACER Center

Core to the teachings of Social Thinking, parents and professionals must avoid assumption of what students understand when it comes to their social knowledge and related social skills. We do not assume that a person with normal to high intelligence and solid language skills understands the dynamics of social engagement. 

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