Join the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin today and add your voice to the growing number of families and professionals helping those with autism. With discounts to our conferences, a subscription to our e-newsletter and other local affiliate benefits, becoming a member of the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin is a great value. Sep 30, · Asperger's symptoms in adults include symptoms of other autism spectrum disorders, such as limited eye contact, difficulty functioning in social situations, having a hard time reading and.
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Please Support Our Annual Campaign. Thank you for supporting the autism community with your generous donations. Because of your past support, we have weathered the storms of and have continued to offer services to over 8, individuals in Southeastern Wisconsin and offer connections, help and hope when they need it. UN-Habitat Invites Autism Housing Network Director to Speak at World Human Rights Cities Forum The Autism Housing Network (AHN) Director, Desiree Kameka Galloway, was invited by UN-Habitat as a speaker at the World Human Rights Cities Forum (WHRCF) during the week of World Habitat Day to discuss housing issues for individuals with autism and.