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  • Developmental Disability Programs and Information

    … Wisconsin has many programs designed to improve the lives of children and adults with developmental and intellectual … with developmental and intellectual disabilities should reach out to their local aging and disability resource center (ADRC) to receive information about program options. Enrollment for … with Developmental or Intellectual Disabilities page. Federal Definition of Developmental Disability A person is considered to meet the Federal definition of developmental disability if …
    • Updated on January 24, 2023.
  • Physical Disability Programs and Information

    … with caregiving services for a loved one, provide assistive technology, help you understand disability benefits, and give you important updates on FoodShare and Medicaid coverage. Aging & Disability Resource Centers   Medicaid & FoodShare Resources     Family Care and Family Care …
    • Updated on December 20, 2022.
  • Medicaid Programs for People With Disabilities

    … that promote physical and mental health and well-being. Below are the Wisconsin Medicaid programs for people with disabilities. Each program has certain requirements to enroll and provides different services. …
    • Updated on March 08, 2023.
  • Disabilities: Housing Assistance Programs

    … This webpage presents an overview of public programs that can offer assistance with renovating and weatherizing existing housing, filling … for "decent, safe and sanitary" housing, and to make homes accessible to persons with disabilities. Contact the local Rural and Economic Development office, which is generally located … housing for low-income families and single persons who are age 62 or older, have a disability, or are displaced by government action or disaster. Local housing authorities set …
    • Updated on July 13, 2020.
  • Programs for Adults with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities

    … Wisconsin has multiple programs available to meet the needs of adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. For each of the programs below, click on the name to learn more about what the … in applying for any of the programs listed below, must enroll through their local aging and disability resource center (ADRC) . FAMILY CARE PROGRAM   Family Care is a long-term care program …
    • Updated on March 25, 2022.
  • Medicaid: Qualified Disabled and Working Individual Program

    … The Qualified Disabled and Working Individual (QDWI) Program helps you pay for Medicare Part A premiums if you have a disability and are working. Learn more about Medicare Savings Programs, P-10062 Who is eligible? You may be eligible for the QDWI Program if you: Have a …
    • Updated on March 13, 2023.
  • Birth to 3 Program: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Complaint

    … administrative code DHS 90 . Violated federal requirements under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. How to submit a complaint The person filing the complaint must send a copy of the complaint to the local Birth to 3 Program serving their child. The copy should be sent at the same time the complaint is made to … should include: The name of the child. The child’s address. The name of the Birth to 3 Program the child is part of. A description of the problem. Include any known facts. How you …
    • Updated on July 18, 2022.
  • Programs for Children with Delays and Disabilities: County Contact Information

    … Children's Long-Term Supports Program Program Contact Information for Children with Delays and Disabilities Birth to 3 Program Contacts Katie Beckett Medicaid: call 888-786-3246 or  email     …
    • Updated on March 13, 2023.
  • Programs and Services for Individuals Who Are Elderly and/or Disabled

    … in Wisconsin Request a Fair Hearing Guide to Applying for Wisconsin's Health and Nutrition Programs (PDF, 1.1 MB) Confidential Release of Information (PDF, 19 KB) This page provides … information about the programs and services that are available for Wisconsin's elderly or disabled residents, including children. Programs and Services for the Elderly Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC) : ADRCs provide information for the elderly and adults with …
    • Updated on September 24, 2021.
  • Birth to 3 Program: Annual State Application Under Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

    … Part C grant application  (PDF) is made for a grant award under Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. The application is made by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), Bureau of Children's Services, Birth to 3 Program. We received the funds for 2023 on July 1. As part of the application process, Wisconsin … C grant application at least 60 days before it is given to the Office of Special Education Programs. The public can comment on the grant application for at least 30 days during that 60-day …
    • Updated on March 16, 2023.
  • Disability Determination Will No Longer Be Required for Children Applying for the Children's Long-Term Support Waiver Program

    … The purpose of this Operations Memo is to indicate that a disability determination from the Disability Determination Bureau (DDB) will no longer be required for any children applying for the Children’s Long-Term Support (CLTS) Waiver Program. …
    • Updated on June 15, 2022.
  • Disability Determination Bureau: Applying for Disability Benefits

    … Find out how to apply for disability benefits for the following programs: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Medicaid Medicaid Purchase Plan …
    • Updated on December 06, 2022.
  • Disability Determination Bureau: Disability Determination Process FAQs

    … Find answers to many common questions about the process for determining who’s eligible for disability benefits. Who’s eligible for disability benefits under Social Security or Supplemental Security Income? Under the Social … Purchase Plan if I meet the definition of disability? You may qualify for one of these programs if you meet the federal definition of disability, as described above. You must also meet …
    • Updated on December 06, 2022.
  • Council on Physical Disabilities

    … can be saved to a smart device or sent to a printer. June 2021: Wisconsin Council on Physical Disabilities (CPD) and GCPD partnered to create the Emergency Preparedness Communications Folder … abilities of and barriers to people with physical disabilities. Encourage the development of programs and policies that prevent physical disabilities. And submit recommendations in an annual … legislation that impacts people with disabilities. The CPD works on and recommends changes in disability programs and policies. The CPD does not provide: financial assistance, direct service …
    • Updated on August 03, 2022.
  • Wisconsin Medicaid Disability

    … Administration, but you are disabled, you may apply for Medicaid benefits based on your disability.  You may also apply for Medicaid if you have already applied for Social Security Disability Income or Supplemental Security Income and are waiting for a decision. Note:  If you … Security Income Disability (SSI). The disability requirements are the same for all three programs. If you are also applying for SSDI or SSI the DDB will try to process the application …
    • Updated on December 14, 2022.
  • Demographics of Disability in Wisconsin

    … There are many ways of measuring disability in a population. Over the years, various large-scale research organizations (including … American Community Survey provides reliable results at the county level. Population Reporting Disability by Age and Sex and by Type of Disability, 2010-14, P-01623 (Excel) County Disability … Surveys (PDF) For more information on individual participation in Federal SSDI and SSI programs.   …
    • Updated on August 16, 2021.
Last revised March 29, 2023