In Minnesota, 1 in 44 children is diagnosed with autism. To serve this growing need, Fraser — Minnesota’s largest and most experienced provider of autism services — opened a new Autism Center of Excellence® satellite location in Maple Grove, MN, on March 8, to serve 24 children and their families.
Thank you for your continued support for Fraser! See how you impacted our community throughout the winter in our Giving Matters newsletter.
We denounce the violent attacks that took place Wednesday at the United States Capitol. Incited by the President’s dangerous words, the insurrectionists put many people in harm’s way in their attempt to destroy our democracy.
The health and safety of Fraser clients and staff is a top priority. Please view this page for latest updates to our COVID safety protocols.
You helped strengthen our ability to serve our community throughout 2020.
Fraser Hope Line, a free phone line connects people directly with a care advocate. (NEW hours starting December 1st, 2020)
Fraser's 12 Days of Giving, sponsored by Walser Automotive Group, reminds us that we have the power to drive change, right here in our community.
Join us for a free webinar on remote, hybrid, and distance learning for yourself or for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Participate in autism research from the comfort of your own home.
In this issue, learn about Fraser School's safety precautions, our efforts to creating a more diverse and inclusive organization, and our upcoming Fraser Annual Benefit!
The shocking and needless death of George Floyd on Monday continues to reverberate through our community. There is deep grief that is difficult to process.
All of your gifts to Fraser through GiveMN between May 1 and May 8 is eligible to receive a bonus grant!
Read about YOUR impact on Fraser in 2019 and get to know the stories of those you've helped.
In light of recent developments in the coronavirus situation, we want to provide some important information on what Fraser is doing to help keep you well.
The CDC’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) Network has released new numbers regarding the prevalence of autism.
Fraser is coming soon to a pair of headphones near you.
Dan Engelsma joined the Fraser board in 1978, after one of his Kraus-Anderson colleagues sought his expertise for the nonprofit.
Diane S. Cross, Fraser President and CEO, was honored with the Children’s Law Center of Minnesota 2019 “Heroes for Children” Award, recognizing her service helping Minnesota’s most vulnerable children.
Do you have concerns about your child? Or want to look into Fraser services for yourself?
Fraser services meet the needs of adults with autism, developmental disabilities & mental health issues
Ask Our Expert: John Hoch — Ph.D., L.P., psychologist and Fraser Institute research scientist
Fraser School is now enrolling toddlers and preschoolers for the 2019-2020 school year.