Autism Society of Wisconsin

103 W. College Ave., Suite 601 
Appleton, WI 54911 

(920) 993-0279 

Gleni Benson, Ph.D.

Autism Spectrum Disorders: Consultation and Personal Preparation .
5409 Greening Lane 
Madison, WI 53705 

(608) 233-9399 

Racine County

Ann Flegel: Parent Advocate - Wisconsin Family Ties 
(608) 267-6888 

Tuesday's Child

A support group for parents with children who have pervasive developmental disorders. 

Philip Spottswood 
6808 52nd Ave. 
Kenosha, WI 53142  

(262) 654-0457 
(262) 654-0409 (fax) 

Waisman Center

1500 Highland Avenue 
University of Wisconsin 
Madison, WI 53705 

Willow Creek Ranch

Willow Creek Ranch Inc. is a non-profit therapeutic riding center for children and adults with disabilities located in Burlington, Wisconsin. We are a member of the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (NARHA). We are dedicated to providing a therapeutic riding program to children and adults with a variety of disabilities and conditions such as Attention Deficit Disorder, Autism, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, and Learning Disabilities. 
2623 Maple Road
Burlington, WI 53105 

(262) 806.4080 


University of Michigan Autism & Communication Disorders Center

The UMACC offers comprehensive diagnostic evaluations, intervention and consultation to schools therapists, and other professionals, as well as training and resources to families and professionals working with children with autism. 

UM Central Campus, Victor Vaughan Building
1111 East Catherine St. 
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2054 

(734) 936-8600 
(734) 936-0068 (fax) 


Asperger Syndrome Support and Awareness of Central Illinois

Meets on the first Thursday of every other month from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

Diana Noble 
U.I.S. of Springfield 
VPA Building, Room 152 
Stringfield, IL 62707 


University of Chicago

Developmental Disorders Clinic 
5841 S. Maryland Ave, MC 3077 
Chicago, IL 60637 

(773) 834-3864 


James Whitcomb Riley Hospital For Children

Child Development Department 
702 Barnhill Drive 
Indianapolis, IN 46206 

MAAP Services for Autism & Asperger Syndrome

P.O.Box 524
Crown Point, IN 43608
(219) 662-1311


Autism Society of Northwest Ohio

4848 Dorr Street Ste 1, Suite 540 
Toledo, OH 43615 

(419) 578-2766 

Lynne Z. Petkovic, M.Ed.

Education Advocate and Consultant 
175 Hickory Lane 
Moreland Hills, OH 44022 

(440) 247-3426 

Summit Academy Schools

Summit Academy Schools address the academic and social needs of students with Asperger’s Syndrome, PDD-NOS, High Functioning Autism, ADHD, and other related conditions. Currently 24 schools are in operation in Ohio serving over 1700 students. Summit Academy Schools are driven by the belief that every child can learn, given the proper educational environment. Our school programs are united by the Therapeutic School Model, and incorporating activities to improve cognitive and emotional skills, such as Therapeutic Martial Arts, Scouting, Chinese Language, Sign Language, Outdoor Experimental Education Program into the curriculum. 

175 Montrose West Ave 
Copley, OH 44321 

(800) 965-2343 
(330) 670-8280 (fax) 


Behavior Based Learning

We specialize in working with children ages birth-elementary that are on the autism spectrum, developmentally delayed, and/or socially challenged. Principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA), as well as socially directed stories and supports, relationship development intervention (RDI), theory of mind (ToM), and cognitive-based therapy are incorporated to best address your child's educational, social, and overall developmental goals. Within natural environments, specific targets are "worked into" the daily lives of each child. 


Judevine Center for Autism

9455 Rott Road 
St. Louis, MO 63127 


North Dakota

Derek Carlson, M.D.

Center For Psychiatric Care / Richard P. Stadter Center 
1451 44th Avenue South 
Grand Forks, ND 58103 

(877) 732-2511 

North Dakota Autism Center

4733 Amber Valley Parkway, Suite 200 
Fargo, ND 58104 

(701) 277-8844 


Autism Asperger Resource Center

4001 Miller Building 
3901 Rainbow Boulevard 
Kansas City, KS 

(913) 588-5988 

Camp Determination

Serves children with autism spectrum disorders ages 8-18.

4001 H.C. Miller Building 
3901 Rainbow Boulevard 
Kansas City, KS 66160-7335 

(931) 588-5988 


8700 E. 29th North 
Wichita, KS 67226 

(316) 634-8700 
(800) 835-1043 
(316) 634-0555 

Kansas Resource Center on Autism

Empora State University 
The Teachers College, Campus Box 4036 
1200 Commercial 
Emporia, KS 66801-5087 

(620) 341-5525 


Camp Buckskin

Camp Buckskin is an overnight summer camp that specializes in serving boys and girls ages 6-18 who have AD/HD, Learning Disabilities, Aspergers or similar needs. Camp Buckskin provides a mixture of traditional camp and some academic activities each day, in addition to a Personal Growth Program which addresses social skill development. Camp Buckskin is located in the scenic northwoods near the Boundary Waters in Ely, MN. 

4124 Quebec Ave N - Suite 300 
Minneapolis, MN 55427 

(763) 208-4805 
(763) 208-8668 (fax) 

Counseling Psychologists of Woodbury, P.A.

Mitch Leppicello, MSW, LICSW 
Social skills groups, individual and family therapy, parent skills training and support, and couples counseling for individuals of all ages on the autism spectrum. 

Robin McLeod, PhD, Licensed Psychologist 
Diagnostic assessment, psychotherapy, family and couples counseling, and social skills training to adolescents and adults on the autistic spectrum. 

Counseling Psychologists of Woodbury, P.A. 
1789 Woodlane Drive, Suite C 
Woodbury, MN 55125 

(651) 739-7539 
(651) 730-9200 (fax) 

West Metro Learning Connections

Social skill groups, community activities, game clubs, summer day camps, support, advocacy, educational evaluation and consultation, etc.  

Debra Schipper, M.Ed., Autism Spectrum Disorder Specialist  
355 Second St 
Excelsior, MN 55331 

(952) 474-0227 
(952) 474-0249 (fax)