Community of Practice on Autism Video Conference- March 10

Community of Practice on Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Developmental Disabilities (CoP ASD/DD)

This year’s topic: Anxiety & ASD/DD: What we know and what we can do about it

Presentation topics include general information on anxiety and ASD/DD, anxiety in schools, suicide and a personal story.

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

8:30am-12:30 PM, Registration opens at 8:15 AM

There is no charge for this event.

Register at go.wisc.edu/copmarch2020. You will choose your site when you register. CEU’s are being offered by the University of Wisconsin Superior Center for Continuing Education at cvent.me/9a3vAk. There is a fee associated with CEUs and they are only available for people who attend and sign-in at a host site.

Updated information will be posted on connections.waisman.wisc.edu/future-meeting/.

We will be hosting in Wausau but you can join in multiple sites across the state including Rhinelander, Park Falls, Ashland, Stevens Point

Circles of Life Conference

Circles of Life 2020 Cancelled.  Circles of Life is Wisconsin’s annual conference for families who have children with disabilities and the providers and other professionals who support them. If you are looking for more information on how to support someone with a disability in Wisconsin, then this is the perfect place to start! The conference will take place in the Spring of 2021 in Stevens Point. Information is at: www.circlesoflifeconference.com/

Using Waiver Funds to Pay for the Conference: Did you know that if your child is on the Children’s Long-term Support (CLTS) Waiver or the Children’s Community Options Program (CCOP) you can use these funds to attend the conference (including registration, hotel and travel)? To learn more, see the helpful step-by-step guide on having waiver funds pay for the conference – How to Have Waiver Funds Pay for Attending a Conference. If you or your child’s service coordinator has questions, contact Kate Johnson, Bureau of Children’s Services at the Department of Health Services at SarahKate2.Johnson@wisconsin.gov or by calling 608.267.4519.