With over 20 years of clinical research and practice, Wisconsin Early Autism Project is a world-renowned leader in early comprehensive behavioral treatment for young children with autism. WEAP's programs have reached across Wisconsin, the United States, and other continents to touch the lives of children with autism spectrum disorders and their families. Our curriculum has helped thousands of young kids make dramatic progress and achieve the best possible outcomes.
We're currently hiring for the position of Behavioral Treatment Technician, which offers you the opportunity to deliver one-on-one therapy to children (18 months to school age), helping them learn to communicate, play, and live more independent lives. Successful applicants can choose whether they'd like to work at our treatment center in Brookfield, in clients' houses, or a combination of both!
Our programs use our research-proven curriculum and positive reinforcement to keep learning fun. We focus on the fundamental areas of learning first: attention, listening skills, play and imitation, and beginning communication. As children progress, programs expand to incorporate many more areas of learning and a wide variety of skills. Relationship building is a critical component of every program and starts from the very first session.
We ensure that every child feels successful and enjoys learning by constantly adapting, individualizing, and building on strengths. The goal of our entire treatment program is to help children with ASD learn new skills fast enough to catch up with other children.
Welcome to WEAP. Welcome to hope.