Twin Cities Teams Pull Together For FraserThe event pitted 20 teams against each other to benefit Fraser, Minnesota’s leader in providing services to people with autism.
Connection Runs Deeper Than Work For Fraser EmployeeIt was 41 years ago that Jessica began her journey with Fraser. Born with Down syndrome, she received physical therapy and development support.
Crews Making Final State Fair Preps, Including WCCO 'Pulling Together' BoothCrews were busy making all the last-minute preparations on Wednesday for the fair, including us at WCCO-TV.
Family Makes Big Move To Minnesota For Autism ServicesEmily and Kirby Graff moved to Minnesota to get early intervention for their son, who was diagnosed with autism.
‘Day Of Giving’ Brings WCCO To Breweries For Pulling TogetherWCCO-TV rallied Friday to get ready for the tug-of-war across the Mississippi with a “Day of Giving.”
Fraser Adapts To Help Each Child With Autism“Fraser has been awesome about adapting services for each child. There is a saying: If you have met one child with autism, you've only met one child.”
‘Things Get Better & Better’: Dad Of Kids With Autism Praises FraserAngela Davis introduces us to some parents who say Fraser has created a support system for them.
Fraser Opens Mental Health Clinic In WoodburyThe state-of-the-art clinic is built with sensory perception of the building's environment.
How Minnesotans Are Helping Children With AutismYou might have noticed people wearing blue Monday in recognition of World Autism Awareness Day. It's meant to promote greater understanding and acceptance of the developmental disorder.
Fraser CEO: 'Pulling Together' Made New Woodbury Clinic PossibleIf you donated to our Pulling Together event this summer, we got to see how those funds are being put to use Thursday.
Fraser Breaks Ground On New Clinic, Credits Funds From 'Pulling Together'A new clinic for kids with autism is coming together, thanks in large part to WCCO viewers.
Fraser Partners With Salon To Help Kids With Autism Conquer FearFour-year-old Roman is awesome. But for him, something simple like getting a haircut wasn't always easy.
'Accepted & Welcomed': DJ On Performing With AutismTyler Thoresen did not always think he would get to live out his passion for music because of autism, but he is glad he got the opportunity.
Autism Therapy Working Wonders For Columbia Heights BoyJennifer Jenson of Columbia Heights knows firsthand what a big difference the program has made for her 8-year-old son, Cooper.
Family Splits Time Between 2 Cities For Daughter's Autism TherapyRyan and Melanie Nelson had few options available to them when their baby girl, Harper, was diagnosed with autism.