Get ready for some great upcoming event favorites and new webinars just for you!
Free Upcoming Webinars
Thursday, Oct. 1
8-9 p.m. CST
The staff of Autism Society SE WI and guests from GemIIni Systems, a Special Ed eLearning company, are providing a series of free webinars as we partner to make it through these challenging times.

Age Group Discussed: All

Topic: Special Care Dentistry

Support ideas and topics covered include:
  • Preparing your child for a visit to the dentist 
  • Tips about dental hygiene. 
  • Q&A, so bring your questions.

How to Join:

+1 312 626 6799 

Webinar ID: 915 6083 2202

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Presented By: 
Madelyn Zastrow and Annalise Avers
Madelyn Zastrow is currently a D3 student at Marquette Dental School. She serves on the committee of awareness and outreach for SCDA at Marquette. She chose the field of dentistry because she felt her smile was something that really helped her through tough times growing up and wants to be able to provide that for others.
Annalise Avers is currently a third year dental student at Marquette University School of Dentistry and co-chair of the Awareness and Outreach committee, within their Special Care Dentistry Association. She attended Marquette University for undergrad and has always had a passion for helping people. She feels that dentistry combines that love, in addition to helping create a smile that people feel confident with.
Dislike your cooking. Curly-haired teenage boy folding his arms across his chest and being reluctant to eat a fried egg
Thursday, Oct. 22
8-9 p.m. CST

Age Group Discussed: All

Topic: Help For The Picky Eater
Support ideas and topics covered include:
Many children with autism have feeding issues. If your mealtimes have become a battle, or if you are worried about the limited foods your child will tolerate, this session is for you! Learn some tips and techniques to help.  

How to Join:

+1 312 626 6799 

Webinar ID: 982 0511 2520

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Presented By: 
Jordan Beck, MS, CCC/SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist 
Jordan began her career in the public-school setting, primarily working with adolescents then branched out into private practice, specializing in social-language classes for young children on the Autism spectrum. She then began specializing in-home early intervention and prevention services. When her daughter was diagnosed with a profound feeding disorder and failure to thrive, she received a certification in the Sequential Oral Sensory Approach® to feeding and the Beckman Oral Motor Protocol®. 
All of the free meetings above will be conducted on
To download the free software click here.

*If there is anyone currently working with your child (including grandparents, respite, daycare, etc.) who might benefit from these meetings, please invite them as well.

NOTICE: Meeting has a capacity of 100 and admittance will be on a first-come first served basis and will be recorded and shared with others on Facebook and other forums. It should be treated like an open public conference. If you want to ask a question, please know that any private health information you share about your child will be heard by all participants and all future viewers of this meeting. You may want to use a fictional name for your child to protect their privacy.
Medical College Of Wisconsin Virtual Teen Hang Out Night
Oct. 6
6-7:30 p.m.
Fun virtual evening at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) for teens with Autism. Join us on Zoom and hang out with MCW students. Enjoy activities including board games.

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Sensory Friendly Sundays
Oct. 11th
10:00 a.m. - noon
This special program is for anyone who has ever needed a modified library environment.

Join the Germantown Community Library and the Autism Society SE WI as we open the library on Sunday mornings for guests & families with special needs including Autism. Explore the Early Literacy Area, checkout books & DVDs, learn about the free library programs & digital resources. No need to worry about being quiet at this semi-private event. Space is limited so sign up today!

Note: Masks are required for all in-person events.
Free New To Autism
In Spanish

via Zoom
Thursday, Oct. 29
8:00 - 9:00 p.m.
This presentation is in Spanish and is designed for parents whose children have recently been diagnosed with autism. Share this event invitation with anyone looking to get started on a path to better support their family and child with autism. You will receive free resource materials that are included with registration. If you are new to autism, you do not want to miss this!

Spanish speaking individuals, you can register via the phone by calling

Need Some Support?
Oct. 1st
Virtual Morning Coffee
9:30 a.m.


Oct. 20
Evening Support
6:30 p.m.

Facilitated by Autism Society SE WI Staff

Although most of our programming and support have gone virtual, we are still here for you. We offer a group of supporters who understand what you are going through so that you have an outlet to interact, share your experiences and learn from others.

Join as you are, join when you can.

All our support groups are free of charge and what happens at support group stays at support group. Find one that is right for you.