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Greater Oshkosh

Our Learning Center and Offices

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      Serving You Close to Home

      Life is busy — we get it. And every child is different. In greater Oshkosh, we offer therapy in the place that meets your child’s needs, whether in your home or community, at our Learning Centers, in your child’s school or preschool, or through telehealth.

      Our Services

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      We specialize in assessing and diagnosing autism spectrum. 

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      Learning Center

      Here, children thrive in a supportive play-based atmosphere.

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      Home & Community

      Our Home and Community Services take place in your child’s natural environment.

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      Youth Club Programs

      We help kids boost connections and foster friendships. 

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      We can provide remote ABA therapy via your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

      Our Team

      Kerry Hoops, MA, BCBA

      Clinical Director

      “I love working at WEAP because every day is something new. There are surprises, celebrations, and challenges around every corner.”


      As the clinical director of the Wisconsin Early Autism Project’s (WEAP) Green Bay region, Kerry Hoops brings more than two decades of experience and deep passion for working with children diagnosed with autism.

      Her journey began during her college years at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay. There, she earned a bachelor’s in psychology and human development while simultaneously gaining hands-on experience with children with autism. This experience ignited her passion for teaching children, families, and staff evidence-based practices. She went on to get her master’s in applied behavior analysis (ABA) from Ball State University.

      Beyond her role at WEAP, Kerry actively contributes to the broader autism community. She has been a board member for the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin for more than five years, demonstrating her unwavering dedication to making a positive difference in the lives of those affected by autism.

      Jamie Schuh, BCBA

      Assistant Clinical Director

      “It is exceptionally rewarding to be part of the growth we see daily at our Green Bay clinic. I am fortunate to be a part of a team making so much positive change for our clients and their families.”


      Jamie Schuh serves as an assistant clinical director at the Wisconsin Early Autism Project (WEAP) Green Bay Learning Center. With a unique academic background in history, Jamie holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and a master’s from Purdue University.

      His career took a transformative turn when he began working with children with disabilities while serving in the school system. This experience sparked his interest in the field of autism therapy and led him to join WEAP. Over the last decade, Jamie has dedicated his professional life to working with children on the autism spectrum.

      Jamie’s expertise extends beyond direct client work. He has led the registered behavior technician® (RBT®) training at the Green Bay center and manages the behavior therapist intern training program, demonstrating his commitment to fostering the next generation of therapists.

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