Community Training and Consultation
Provides community training events that are conducted or co-sponsored by the Waisman Center UCEDD. For professionals, service providers, consumers, families, and students.
The seminar series features presentations by renowned scientists on topics related to human development, developmental disabilities, and neurodegenerative diseases.
Postdoctoral Training Fellowship
The program provides multidisciplinary training in social, epidemiological, behavioral, and biobehavioral research on intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Graduate student fellowships for training and research in childhood mental health and developmental disabilities have been established through an endowment with the University of Wisconsin Foundation.
Students and Postdoc Opportunities
The Waisman Center offers training opportunities in human growth and development, developmental disabilities, and neurodegenerative diseases – across the lifespan and within the health, education and social services communities.
Autism Treatment Programs
The treatment programs provide behavioral treatment for autism through three programs for children, teens and their families.
Clinics The Waisman Center provides clinical care through specialty clinics that are operated in collaboration with UW Hospital and Clinics and several UW-Madison Departments.
Community Outreach Wisconsin (COW)
Provides a group of unique cutting-edge programs under contract with Dane County Human Services and works extensively with individuals and community teams supporting persons with developmental disabilities.
WECP – Preschool
The Waisman Early Childhood Program (WECP) provides inclusive education to children of all abilities. One-third of the enrollment is reserved for children with special needs, such as autism, cerebral palsy, and Down syndrome.
Day with the Experts
The Waisman presents four annual “Day with the Experts” events focused on autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and cochlear implants.
Provides high quality, diverse, educational, and interactive live theatrical performances at a modest cost and in fully accessible settings.
The Grandparents’ Network provides a context for grandparents and other family members to increase their understanding of developmental disabilities, learn how other families cope with the challenge of disability, and contribute expertise, wisdom, and experience.
Community Outreach Wisconsin
COW is a group of programs within the Waisman Center which work extensively with individuals and community teams supporting persons with developmental disabilities.