“This letter comes at the most appropriate time, as I know that Project SEARCH has taken new interns under its wings. My mind drifts back to a year ago, when we first started, and I had no idea what would lie ahead.” Read this mom’s letter!
Before building our adaptive commercial kitchen with clean rooms and expanding our conference center, we did research on the need for a variety of uses by the community. Little did we know that within a month of opening, we would be welcoming numerous groups to LilyWorks.
We’re now offering an ABA-based social skills program that’s designed to meet the specific needs of children, adolescents and teens affected by Autism. The group is currently running two days per week in sessions of 2-3 hours and meets in the Generations Center.
Our specialized After School Respite program is available for children ages 7-21, and we warmly welcome children with all types of special needs including emotional and behavioral challenges. The program is offered Monday-Friday from 2:30-6:00 p.m. in Wauwatosa and Waukesha.
Officer Jim Kelley of the Mt. Pleasant Police Department and his wife Lisa held a “knockout” fundraising event at Case High School in Racine, “Battle of the Badges: A Fight for Autism”, with all proceeds going to our Autism Services Programs. Read more!