The Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin celebrates differences as we work to build inclusive communities where individuals with autism live fully through connection and acceptance.

This April, the Autism Society #CelebratesDifferences for Autism Acceptance Month. Everyday, we work to create connections, empowering everyone in the Autism community to live fully. Be the connection this April by promoting inclusion in our communities and practicing acceptance in everyday life.

Promote Acceptance

In April, we celebrate the numerous ways autistic individuals contribute to our communities and enrich the world. The Autism Society understands the importance of fostering acceptance to ignite change through improved support and opportunities in inclusive education, competitive employment, accessible housing, affordable health care and comprehensive long-term services and supports. Join us as we seek out and amplify a range of autistic stories, experiences and perspectives.

Commit Your Support

Take action and celebrate differences by committing to support the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin. Share our resources across your social channels, engage your network in fundraising efforts, host your own Facebook fundraiser, or make your own personal contribution. You can make a difference with your commitment.

The connection is YOU.

Social Media Partner Toolkit

Show your support for the Autism community by amplifying important messages that demonstrate acceptance. Invite people to make a positive impact for the Autism community in partnership with the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin using our resources for cross-promotional support.

Our Partner Toolkit includes social media graphics, guidelines, and sample language to help you and your organization or business show your support for the Autism community during Autism Acceptance Month.

Promote Inclusion

Being part of a community and feeling included, welcomed and accepted is important to all of our lives. Our Autism Friendly Communities program can help you and/or your organization improve access and inclusion to your programs and events. Learn more about accommodations and supports you can implement right now by downloading our Autism Friendly Communities considerations resource.

Get Connected

Join the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin and our local affiliate network at a virtual or local event in April!


Volunteer with the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin at our upcoming Respite Care Nights at the Building for Kids Children’s Museum. Create a fun and engaging night for kids while caregivers have a night to care for themselves. Learn more and sign up to volunteer below.