WISCONSIN EARLY AUTISM PROJECT

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With over 25 years of clinical research and practice, the Wisconsin Early Autism Project
is a world-renowned leader in early comprehensive behavioral treatment
for young children with autism.

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Over 750 passionate &     dedicated team members

750

Over 10,000 lives changed

10,000

Who We Are

Our team of caring professionals use the power of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to change lives.

There are many things that are still unknown about autism, but we do know that the research has shown applied behavior analysis (ABA) to be the most effective treatment. ABA is about teaching socially appropriate skills by breaking behaviors into small teachable steps.

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ABA teaches language and social skills through play

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ABA helps decrease tantrums & other problem behaviors

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ABA gets kids ready for success in school

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How We're Unique

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Individualized Services

Our programs are developed with a focus on building skills critical for the success of each child.

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Strong Collaboration

We partner with parents, teachers, and caregivers in providing strategies that will help their loved one succeed.

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Data-Driven Practices

We love the science of ABA and use it every day to guide treatment.

Areas We Serve

Why We Do It

Our passion is to make a difference for your family and help your child grow every single day.

Every “first” matters in your child’s life – first communication, first expressions, first affection, or the mastery of a skill. We celebrate these moments.

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Wisconsin's most established and respected ABA agency.

Parent Resources

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Autism Help at Home: Progressive Muscle Relaxation

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Podcast

Supporting Autistic Individuals from High School to Adulthood with Dan McManmon

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Easing Your Child Back Into Life Post-Pandemic

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How Parents and Caregivers of Kids with Autism Cope with Stress

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Christian Tsetsos Shares Stories from His Life on the Spectrum

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Podcast

Girls and Autism: Diagnosis, Treatment, and New Research with Dr. Ronit Molko

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Understanding the Evolution of ABA

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A Special Mother’s Day Interview with Becky Schoenfeldt

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Create a Calm-Down Kit for Your Child with Autism

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Autism Acceptance Month with the Autism Society’s President Christopher Banks

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Spotlight on Black Professionals in ABA: Maia Jackson

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This Earth Day and Beyond, Spend More Time in Nature

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Xavier DeGroat Shares His White House Experience and Life with Autism

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Podcast

New Research on Sleep Issues in Autism with Dr. Annette Estes

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Evie and Kelly Mutsch Talk About Their Journey with Autism—and Their Thriving, Eco-Friendly Business

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Perspectives: Embracing Individuality in Behavior Analysis

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Why We’re Embracing Acceptance this April—and Beyond

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Podcast

Critical Autism Services for Military Families in Jeopardy

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Women Leaders at LEARN Talk About Working in STEM—and Why Behavior Analysts Sometimes Get Left Out

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Video

Autism Help at Home: Manding (Part 2)

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Podcast

The Social Survival Guide for Teens on the Autism Spectrum with Lindsey Sterling

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Blog

Daylight Saving Time: Tips to Help Your Child Adjust

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Perspectives: Supporting Women in the Workplace During the Pandemic

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Podcast

BABA Initiatives and Their Upcoming Conference with President, Adrienne Bradley

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How Books Can Help Kids with Autism Build Language

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Spotlight on Black Professionals in ABA: Brandon Whitfield

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Video

Autism Help at Home: Manding (Part 1)

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Blog

Celebrate Black History Month with These Children’s Books

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Podcast

Autism Services in Italy with Founder of Progettoautismo, Elena Bulfone

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Perspectives: Why Access to ABA Is a Matter of Social Justice

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Updates

Black History Month: LEARN Continues to Push Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Plan Forward

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Podcast

Using Theatre as a Teaching Tool for Individuals with Autism with Barry Prizant

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Plan 2021 with Intention and a Positive Mindset

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Functional Analysis and Self Determination with Dr. Eldridge and Dr. Peterson

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How Autism Drives Human Invention with Simon Baron-Cohen

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Quality Mentorship and Supervision in ABA with Tyra Sellers and Linda LeBlanc

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Using Accessible Language When Educating Parents with Dr. Albert Knapp

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Help at Home: Positive Behavior Support – Generalization

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Race & How it Impacts ABA & Our Community with Adrienne Bradley

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Challenges of Transitioning to School in the Fall

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Help at Home: Positive Behavior Support – Video Models for Parents

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What it Takes to Become a Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with Dr. Malmberg

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Time Outside

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Keep Your Child with Autism Engaged This Summer

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Podcast

How Lighting Can Affect Your Circadian Rhythm with Dave Bisbee

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Optimistic Parenting and How it Can Help Your Family with V. Mark Durand

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How to Start Talking About Racism

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Compassionate Care and the Role it Plays in Supporting Families with Dr. Taylor

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Help at Home: Positive Behavior Support – Teaching Children Language to Object

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Transformation and Advocacy for Autism Treatment with Behaviorbabe, Dr. Kelly

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Preparing to Use Respite Workers and Babysitters

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Help at Home: Positive Behavior Support – The Four Functions of Behavior

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Our people make a difference

Build a career that truly matters and makes a difference in the lives of the families we serve. Along the way, you’ll be teamed with skilled, compassionate mentors to guide you every step of the way.

“After 23 years, I still get teary-eyed on a regular basis. My team has grown used to me jumping up and down with excitement…Best job ever!”

– WEAP Employee

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We would love to walk this journey with you every step of the way.

Reach out to us and we’ll guide you on where to start.

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