Departments & Programs,UW Medical Foundation,Patient Resources,Social Work Services Quick Guide,By County Quick Resource Guide ,Dane County
Disability - Departments & Programs, UW Medical Foundation, Patient Resources, Social Work Services Quick Guide, By County Quick Resource Guide , Dane County
- Access to Independence
Info and referral, advocacy, service coordination for people with disabilities
- Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)
The ADRC supports seniors, adults with disabilities, their families and caregivers by providing information, assistance and education on community services and long-term care options and by serving as the single entry point for publicly funded long-term care services.
- Applying for Disability
Social Security office
- Birth to 3 Program
Education and/or therapy to child younger than age 3 with developmental disabilities or delays
- CARE Wisconsin — Partnership
Purpose: Help adults live independently at home and in the community. Criteria: Age 18 or over and have a developmental and/or physical disability or age 55 or over; with long-term care needs; meet functional and financial requirements, (Medicaid or Medicaid eligible. CW will determine); and be a resident of Dane County.
Sample of services: Care management by interdisciplinary team including nursing care, in-home services; coordination of non-medical issues (housing/transportation), health and medication monitoring, crisis intervention, adult day services, 24-hour phone coverage by RN.
- Community Living Alliance (CLA)
Serves Dane County adults ages 18-64 who have a long term irreversible illness or physical disability which substantially impairs function. Patient must meet income/asset guidelines. Services may include attendant care, service coordination, chore services, prevention education, training, referral and other information.
608-242-8335 ext. 3361
- Compass Wisconsin
Central contact for intake, application and eligibility determination for children's long-term support (CLTS) services for families applying for the following programs:
- Katie Beckett Program
- Family Support Program
- Community Options Program
- Children's Long-Term Support (CLTS) Medicaid Waiver, including services under the CLTS Waiver for Autism Treatment Services
- Dane County Department of Human Services
Services for adults and children with developmental disabilities.
Intake Line: 608-242-6440
- Disability Rights Wisconsin
Coalition serves developmentally disabled, mentally ill, physical and sensory disabled, person with traumatic brain injuries or HIV positive diagnosis. Offers advocacy, consultation and training.
- Independent Living
Some services have fees. Caregiver respite, phone reassurance and visits, housekeeping, home safety modification, financial management/counseling, Kibbles on wheels, health advocates, transportation, homeshare/plus.
- Youth Resources
Help for parents who have children with developmental disabilities to find