May Java Talk: Treffert Studios

April 11, 2023

May Java Talk: Treffert Studios

May 9, 2023 @ 7:30 am – 8:30 am

Join Us For CSI’s Java Talk On May 9th @ 7:30AM – 8:30AM!

We will be meeting via Zoom (link below)

Attendees will be eligible to earn 1.0 CME

Treffert Studios

May 9th, 2023  7:30 – 8:30AM

Join us for a discussion about Treffert Studios, whose mission is to help neurodivergent individuals find their passion and express their talents, giving them a voice and platform to share their strengths with the world.

Link to Join Zoom Meeting:

Or Join via Phone by Dialing 1-312-626-6799 & Enter Meeting ID: 884 2747 2326 and Passcode: 230011


Presentation will be led by Grant Maniér, Julie Coy, and Bryan Mischler.

Grant Maniér (maun-yay) is a Behavioral Technician at Treffert Studios. He loves his job, which involves helping neurodivergent individuals find their passion and express their talents. As someone who lives with autism, Grant’s unique perspective and understanding makes him an invaluable member of the Treffert Studios community.

Grant moved from Texas to Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, to study Graphic Designs at Moraine Park Technical College. When he’s not working at Treffert Studios and going to college, he spends his time creating art. He is an award-winning Eco-Artist who uses recycled materials to create stunning pieces that promote environmental awareness.

Julie Coy is an author and parent advocate for autism, based in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. She is the author of the children’s book series, “Grant the Jigsaw Giraffe and Friends” and is a speaker and advocate for special needs talents. Julie’s son, Grant Maniér, is an award-winning eco artist, and they both work to promote special needs awareness and acceptance. Julie also works at Treffert Studios.

Bryan Mischler has a passion for supporting neurodiverse children, teens, young adults and their families. Bryan uses a strength-based approaches to empower clients to use their gifts and talents as the foundation to meet their life goals; He assists those children teens and young adults that may be struggling with anxiety, depression or in need of developing functional social or life skills. Other specialties include ADHD, developmental delays in children and career development.

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