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Wisconsin Independent Learning College,Inc

Autism Adult Training Programs

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

WILC is a private nonprofit college serving adults with autism who desire continued learning; assisting them in reaching their goals for independence. We believe that people with Autism Spectrum Disorders are intelligent and valuable members of society. It is our mission to provide each student with the necessary supports so that he/she may not only have a successful college experience but also become inspired to achieve their purpose in life. We provide integrated daily living, communication, exercise, prevocational training to vocational employment within a day program community that teaches, trains, and coaches through an innovative multi-modality approach. Our programs include but are not limited to: Academic Instruction individually and in groups, lifetime daily living skills for home and community, executive decision making and choices, augmented communication,technology, social cues, pre-Vocational and vocational skills, Music Therapy, navigating and participation in the community, leisure skills, stress management, fitness and exercise, and stress and sensory regulation.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • Medicaid
  • N/A

Address:

1936 MacArthur Road
Waukesha, WI 53189
United States

Website:

http://www.wisconsinilc.org http://wisconsinilc.org/about/

Phone:

(262) 332-7334

Email:

info@wisconsinilc.org

Contact:

Terri Lynn Johnson

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