Beyond Virtual with AuSM
AuSM brings you virtual opportunities to stay connected and participate with the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stronger Together in 2020 Virtual Autism Conference Content
Unprecedented times call for creativity, collaboration, and community. The Autism Societies of Minnesota and Greater Wisconsin were proud to offer a first-ever joint conference brought to our communities virtually April 30-May 2, 2020. This amazing content, including keynote presentations; 45+ on-demand breakout sessions in tracks focused on accessibility, neurodiversity, services and supports, strategies, and COVID-19; and Minnesota and Wisconsin virtual exhibit halls full of resources is available for new registrants. Content can be accessed as often as desired until Nov. 1, 2020.
Learn common characteristics of individuals with autism and sensory processing disorders. Obtain valuable insight on evidenced-based best practices to support people with autism and sensory processing sensitivities. Due to a generous sponsorship from Best Care, 2020-2021 classes are offered free of charge. Registration is required.
Information and Resources Support
Trying to figure out which service and support options fit your needs is not an easy task. Autism is a complex developmental disability and navigating hundreds of systems for resources can be daunting. AuSM’s Information and Resources team is available to listen, help, and sort through options.
AuSM has five virtual support groups where our community can share problems, solutions, joy, and sorrows with one another. Groups include: Women’s Support Group; LGBTQIA Support Group; Independent Adults with ASD Support Group; Topic Support Group; and Family/Caregiver Support Group.
We are accepting new clients for individual therapy via telehealth. Immediate openings are available for clients. Please contact our office at 651.647.1083 ext. 10 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about family therapy, case consultation, and other services.