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Long-term care is any service or support that you may need because of a disability, getting older, or a chronic illness that limits your ability to do the things that are part of your daily routine. This includes things such as bathing, getting dressed, making meals, going to work, and paying bills.
Find out who to contact if you suspect an elder or adult at risk has or is at risk of experiencing abuse, neglect, or financial exploitation.
Local aging and disability resource centers help people in Wisconsin who are aging or living with a disability.
Learn about services that can help individuals who are blind or visually impaired to achieve their own goals of independent living.
The Client Rights Office works to protect the rights of people receiving services for a developmental disability, mental health, or substance use.
Provides information and referral services on a variety of topics tailored to the unique needs of Deaf, Deaf-Blind, or Hard of Hearing residents.
Wisconsin strives to provide appropriate, safe, and cost-effective care throughout the course of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia.
Family Care is a Medicaid long-term care program. Learn more about how it works, who is eligible, and program benefits.
Find a doctor, other provider, or a health care facility near you to meet your health care needs.
Learn more about the IRIS program and how it can help you.
High-quality health care coverage, long-term care, and other services for Wisconsin residents.
This program brings personalized music to people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
This survey data helps improve long-term care services for children, older adults, and for people with intellectual, developmental, or physical.
Learn about programs to help you and your child with delays or disabilities at home and in the community.
Learn about programs and services for older adults in Wisconsin. Find and select a topic from the list of links.
Find information about, and resources available for, people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
Find information about physical disabilities and resources available for people with physical disabilities.
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