2023 Family Voices Last Wednesday Flier

Last Wednesday Learning Sessions
Family Voices is offering free virtual learning sessions! Join the conversation
and learn from other families about navigating programs and supporting
your child and family’s needs.
Drop into these sessions—There’s no pre-registration
Join Zoom Meeting: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84247074502
Meeting ID: 842 4707 4502
Phone-in Option: (312)626-6799
(This link will also be posted at familyvoiceswi.org and facebook.com/FVofWI)

File: 2023-Family-Voices-Last-Wednesday-Flyer.pdf

A Spectrum of Connection

A Spectrum of Connection: Relationships-What's Not Working, How to Fix It and Other Topics. A group conversation with Madeline Barger, MS, LMFT, BCBA
WHAT: a conversation where topics could include social skills and dating, online dating, sexuality, friendships and more. We will include some examples, practical suggestions, ideas and most importantly—your experiences and questions.
WHO: young adults and older teens who consider themselves to be on the autism spectrum, including those who identify as being Asperger’s
WHEN: Saturday, January 27, 2018
10:00am-Noon
Alicia Ashman Library
733 High Point Road, Madison
REGISTRATION: no need to register and this is a free event. If you have questions, call the Autism Society of South Central Wisconsin at 608.630.9147.

File: RelationshipflyerJan2018_Final.pdf

All in For Kids April 2020

All in for Kids is a newsletter created to keep you and your family informed about the supports and services available through the CLTS Waiver Program. The newsletter is published by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

File: kids-2020-04.pdf

Autism Acceptance Month Conversations: Connecting the Dots Resource Sheet 4.5.23

Connecting the Dots . . . How Diagnosis Impacts Mental Health
April 5, 12:00-12:45pm

This conversation will focus on how learning about an autism diagnosis both can prevent and support the treatment of co-occurring mental health conditions. Mental health clinicians can use information from a diagnostic evaluation to support and adapt mental health intervention to best meet the needs of autistic individuals. We will be joined by Lindsay McCary, Director of Psychological Services at KGH Autism Services and Scientist/Teaching Faculty at UW-Madison. Part of Conversations on Showing Up for Kids! Resource Sheet

File: Connecting-the-DotsResourceSheet.docx