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Welcome to WWAACC

The Western Wisconsin Autism Advocacy & Consulting Center, Inc. (WWAACC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization developed by parents & family members of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. WWAACC's mission is to empower, educate and support families, caregivers, educators, and service providers of children with ASD, and to provide resources and information in order for parents to make informed decisions regarding the needs of their child. While our organization focuses on families in the Western Wisconsin area, we hope our website may also be helpful to others looking for resources to benefit individuals with autism spectrum disorders.


Thank you during Autism Awareness Month

Thank you to the team at Associated Bank in Hudson, WI

In support of Autism Awareness Month, they are volunteering to pack groceries for patrons of Family Fresh Grocery store in Hudson, WI on Saturday, April 4.  They've graciously offered to support WWAACC with the funds they raise.


Peer Groups

Spring 2015 Dates

Location: The Centre in New Richmond

428 South Starr Avenue: New Richmond, WI 54017

Dates: 2nd Monday in March, April, and May

(March 9, April 13, and May 11)


All Groups are facilitated by WEAP (Wisconsin Early Autism Project)

Parent/Guardian Presence Required: A parent or legal guardian must remain present during the group session.

Questions and registration: Contact Katie Gleason at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Volunteer Support Parents

The Western Wisconsin Autism Advocacy & Consulting Center (WWAACC) is collaborating with Parent to Parent of Wisconsin to train parents of children with ASD (Autism, PDD, Asperger’s) to become support parents to other parents of children with ASD. Parents raising children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) can provide a unique kind of support that cannot come from any other source. Connecting with and receiving support from another parent who has been there can be one of the most empowering experiences for parents as they make their way through their journey.