UPDATED: Message About COVID-19

We have been closely monitoring and evaluating developments about the novel coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) to ensure we take the necessary steps to protect the health and well-being of Autism Society members and Annual Conference attendees. As a result, we have made the difficult but necessary decision to move the 31st Annual Wisconsin Conference from an in-person event at the Kalahari Convention Center to an online event. 

Each year, we look forward to hosting those in the autism community from around the state to network, learn, and support each other. While we are deeply saddened that we cannot see you all at the Kalahari in Wisconsin Dells this spring, we are thankful for this opportunity to continue with the event in a different way this year.  

We are currently working with a virtual event platform to build an engaging, interactive, and informational event that can accommodate our session line up and exhibit hall. We will have more details in the coming weeks.

For additional resources on COVID-19 and how it affects the disability community, click here.

For the latest information on COVID-19 in Wisconsin, click here.

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