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Our Story

In December of 1997, Working With Autism (WWA) began as a small and unassuming agency. Initially WWA originated as simply an idea of supporting the growing number of families challenged by autism. Although uncertain of the company’s impending growth, the intention was clear; to provide ample, high quality and reliable support for families affected by autism. Read more about WWA »

  • LEARN…about your child’s diagnosis
  • EVALUATE…ABA Services
  • APPLY…for funding sources.
  • PREPARE…for your child’s therapy
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I knew to trust the process and it ended up changing my younger son’s life.

I knew to trust the process and it ended up changing my younger son’s life.

- From Debby, parent

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They were our biggest cheerleaders…

They were our biggest cheerleaders...

- Jeanne, the mother of Frank

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I apply what they taught me everyday. I also use it to train people who come to work in our home.

I apply what they taught me everyday. I also use it to train people who come to work in our home.

- Parent, Vana Thiero

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As a professional, I highly recommend WWA to all those seeking behavioral & academic support..

As a professional, I highly recommend WWA to all those seeking behavioral & academic support..

-Mary Garripoli, M.A.

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Improving your kids’ Executive Functioning skills

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Support for Siblings of Children with Special Needs

Given the fact that siblings will be around and potentially involved in the life of an individual with a disability …

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2nd Annual Go Blue or Go Home Post-Picnic Review

On April 12, 2014, the local community came together for Working With Autism and the Yogurt Shoppe’s 2nd annual “Go …

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2nd Annual Picnic & Walk for Autism, April 12th

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The CALIFORNIA CONDORS

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