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Insights for Asperger's Syndrome in West-Central Wisconsin

Facilitating Social-Communication Skills in Individuals with Asperger's Syndrome and Related Conditions



A growing number of children and young adults are being identified with Asperger’s syndrome and related conditions, all of whom experience significant difficulties acquiring and using functional and necessary social-communication skills as well as employing skills related to impairments in executive functions and self-regulation.

Note: For summer 2014, the camper application deadline has been extended to April 25th!

Find the Camp Campus 2014 Brochure Here

Camp Campus 2014 Mentor Application

Camp Campus 2014 LEAD Mentor Application

2014 Camp Campus Camper Application

Camp Campus in the News!

http://www.uwec.edu/News/releases/13/06/0613CampCampus.htm

http://www.uwec.edu/newsreleases/09/june/0609CampCampus_MM.htm

http://www.uwec.edu/newsreleases/10/june/0615CampCampus.htm

http://www.uwec.edu/newsreleases/09/mar/0324CampCampus.htm 

Project Funded by the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services through a Medicaid Infrastructure Grant (CFDA #93.768)

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