Milwaukee Family success stories!

Kai, the happy graduateRemember the guest post our Autism Services Coordinator Nicole Berlowski wrote about Kai, a client here at Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin who was able to reach his developmental milestones through early intervention services ? Well, he and Scott — a client who found work thanks to our job services here — were both featured in a recent article in Milwaukee Family magazine.

The article highlighted the Applied Behavior Analysis and autism services we offer here at Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin. It included information about Make the First Five Count and the Ages and Stages Questionnaire, too, and stressed the importance of early intervention services:

Both Scott’s and Kai’s stories show the importance of early screening, identification and intervention. It can make all the difference in the world for some individuals and their families.

Susan Russell, the vice president of Community Engagement here at Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin, was quoted in the article, too. She said, “We are literally involved from a person’s first steps in life to their last.” I couldn’t agree with her more.


 

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