Wisconsin Early Autism Project is proud to celebrate more than 25 years of serving the autism community.
Our research has shown that with early comprehensive treatment based upon the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis, children with autism can make significant and life-changing gains. Our comprehensive treatment program offers your child an enriched learning environment, evidence-based teaching strategies, a structured and individualized curriculum, and ongoing assessment.
By becoming a WEAP family, you are joining thousands of families who have benefitted from state-of-the-art, research based, and individualized treatment programs, delivered by a growing team of dedicated professionals.
My aim is to be the voice of many - the children, the families and the WEAP team – to make sure that every day a child learns a new skill, every day a family has a positive experience and every day an employee goes home knowing that they have made the difference in the life of a child.
Mary Smith is the Executive Director of the Wisconsin Early Autism Project (WEAP). Mary works with the Directors across the five WEAP regions to ensure that WEAP maintains its legacy as the leading provider of quality early intensive behavioral treatment for children with autism in Wisconsin.
Mary is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, licensed in the state of Wisconsin. Mary received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the Open University – UK, her Master’s Degree in Special Education from the Queen’s University of Belfast, and gained a post-graduate certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas. Mary has extensive training and experience in designing and implementing of behavioral treatment programs, with a passion for training young clinicians in their early professional years.
Mary has worked with WEAP since 1998. She has provided treatment, consultation and training throughout North America, the United Kingdom, Europe and Africa. She has presented at a variety of international conferences and successfully represented families seeking funding for treatment.
I am so humbled and excited by being part of such a dedicated team of clinicians and support staff who are building a community, in service of children with autism and their families. Watching children and families access the support they need is a continued privilege which I am lucky to experience every day.
Kimberly Wroblewski is the Director of Operations for the Wisconsin Early Autism Project (WEAP), based in Brookfield, Wisconsin. Kimberly works across all WEAP regions, with Learn Leadership, to oversee the ongoing clinical and operational development of the company and the effective practices of clinical support teams.
Kimberly has worked with the Wisconsin Early Autism Project since it’s inception in 1995, and has extensive experience implementing, designing, and training others to deliver behavioral treatment programs for young children with autism. She was a part of the development teams establishing behavioral treatment provider agencies in new locations world wide, including London, England, Vancouver, Canada, and Belfast, Northern Ireland. She has provided treatment, consultation and training throughout North America, the United Kingdom, Europe and Africa. She has spoken at international conferences on the benefits of early intensive intervention for young children with autism.
Kimberly received her bachelor’s degree in Special Education from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, her Master’s Degree in Special Education from the Queen’s University of Belfast, and gained a post-graduate certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, licensed in the state of Wisconsin.
Regardless of your child’s age or where you are in your journey, we want to help.