ASGW Webinar Series

ASGW Webinar Series

We are excited to announce the kickoff of a new webinar series! Every month we will be hosting a free webinar that provides relevant content for families & individuals on the spectrum. Topics will include advocacy, mental health, wellness, education, resources, and more!

All webinars will be held live over Zoom. View upcoming sessions below and click on the corresponding links to sign up. Zoom links and additional information will be sent to your email address in a confirmation email.

Have an idea for a future webinar? We would love to hear it! Email Amber at agollata@autismgreaterwi.org to let us know what topics you’d like to see!

Upcoming Webinars

Monday, September 21st
6:00 – 7:00 PM
Panel of Dads

Parenting a child on the spectrum comes with its own unique set of triumphs and tribulations – whatever the child’s age, ability level, or co-occurring conditions. Hear firsthand from a group of Dads who will share their experiences related to their child’s diagnosis, real-life struggles, delightfully special moments, resilience, and hope.

Monday, October 19th
6:00 – 7:00 PM
Helping Coordinate Your Wishes for Their Future

Presented by Robert Johnston

What will happen to your child when you are no longer around to take care of them? How does the ABLE Act of 2014 impact their future? This workshop is designed to help families plan for the financial future of their child(ren), or other dependents, with special needs. Learn about eligibility for government benefits while helping to meet the needs for lifetime of care and quality of life issues. This presentation will cover estate planning, guardianship, will and trusts and Letter of Intent.

Monday, November 16th
6:00 – 7:00 PM
Panel of Moms

Parenting a child on the spectrum comes with its own unique set of triumphs and tribulations – whatever the child’s age, ability level, or co-occurring conditions. Hear firsthand from a group of Moms as they candidly share their experiences, give their best advice and relate to how they celebrate their children’s gifts and strengths.