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  • COVID-19: Wisconsin Summary Data

    … symptoms of COVID-19 AND known exposure to COVID-19 (for example, being a close contact of someone who was diagnosed with COVID-19) and no molecular or antigen test was performed. COVID-19 …
    • Updated on September 16, 2022.
  • COVID-19: Post-COVID Conditions

    … with post-COVID conditions have previously tested positive for COVID-19. It is possible for someone to develop a post-COVID condition even if they had a mild or asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 …
    • Updated on July 26, 2022.
  • TB Diagnosis and Treatment (For Clinicians)

    … of infection, risks for disease progression, and symptoms. People who had close contact with someone with infectious TB or who were born, lived, or traveled extensively in a TB endemic …
    • Updated on June 15, 2022.
  • Adult Protective Services: Helplines for Elder Adults at Risk

    … and self-neglect. Call your county helpline or the Wisconsin Elder Abuse Hotline to talk to someone about suspected abuse of an elder (age 60 and over). To report abuse of an adult age 18 …
    • Updated on October 12, 2022.
  • LTCFS Instructions Module 4: Diagnoses

    … with written documentation from the person’s health care provider(s). People commonly say someone has "Alzheimer's," “anxiety,” "depression," or “attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder” …
    • Updated on October 20, 2021.
  • Diabetes

    … ongoing process of facilitating the knowledge, skills, and ability necessary for self-care for someone with diabetes. The Chronic Disease Prevention Program supports improved access and …
    • Updated on January 23, 2023.
  • Environmental Public Health Tracking: Birth Defects Data

    … birth defects. Other women have a higher chance of having a baby with a birth defect because someone in their family had a similar birth defect. Women who want to learn more about their risk …
    • Updated on October 03, 2022.
  • Adult Protective Services: Helplines for Adults at Risk (Ages 18 to 59)

    … abuse, neglect, financial exploitation, and self-neglect. Call your county helpline to talk to someone about suspected abuse of an adult at risk (age 18 to 59). To report abuse of an elder …
    • Updated on November 22, 2022.
  • CLTS FS Instructions Module 5 - Behaviors

    … include accidental urination. Serious Threats of Violence —Threats about hurting or killing someone or a group of people. This doesn’t include suicidal threats, as that is covered on the …
    • Updated on February 02, 2022.
  • COVID-19: Nursing Homes

    … positive for SARS-CoV-2 with a viral test Has symptoms of COVID-19, or Had a known exposure to someone with COVID-19 (or a higher -risk exposure for HCP). Visitors who have met community …
    • Updated on January 27, 2023.
  • Children’s Long-Term Support: Waiver Basics Training for Support and Service Coordinators

    … have a disability. They must meet income, resource, and living condition requirements. When someone qualifies, they also qualify for Medicaid. Chapter 4: Support and services Support and …
    • Updated on December 14, 2022.
  • Environmental Public Health Tracking: Glossary of Terms

    … exposure to environmental hazards. For example, air pollution is an environmental hazard. If someone is exposed to pollution (breathes it in) over a period of time, that may lead to asthma, …
    • Updated on September 27, 2022.
  • COVID-19: Vaccinator Guidance for Moderna (Spikevax) Vaccine

    … of vaccine from inventory. This means that for every reported immunization, whether it is for someone over the age of 12 years (0.5mL) or a child 6-11 years old (0.25mL), one 0.5 mL dose will …
    • Updated on January 26, 2023.
  • Children’s Long-Term Support (CLTS) Waiver Program Support and Service Coordinator (SSC) Training: CLTS Waiver Basics

    … who have a disability and meet income, resource, and living arrangement requirements. Once someone qualifies for SSI, they are also eligible for Medicaid. Chapter 4: Coordinating Supports …
    • Updated on July 05, 2022.
  • Outbreaks in Wisconsin

    … and don’t kiss, hug, cuddle, have sex, or share items, such as eating utensils or bedding with someone with mpox. In areas where mpox is spreading, participating in activities with close, …
    • Updated on January 26, 2023.
  • LTCFS Instructions Module 5: Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs)

    … with Medication Administration and Medication Management; however, needs assistance to prevent someone else, including a pet from having access to the medication. Is independent with … condition and medication is frequently adjusted and, due to a cognitive impairment, they need someone to monitor them for specific medication effects and side effects and report those to the … with a medication delivered subcutaneous with a pump, such as an insulin pump. Needs someone to physically assist with the medication but is self-directing and has the cognitive …
    • Updated on October 20, 2021.
  • Electronic Visit Verification (EVV): FAQs

    … a single visit? Workers choose a broad service code that covers many tasks, including helping someone bathe, get dressed, and brush their teeth. There is no need to check in and out for …
    • Updated on November 14, 2022.
  • LTCFS Instructions Module 6: Additional Supports

    … services task, during the overnight hours. Overnight supervision is defined as the need for someone to be present to prevent, oversee, manage, direct, or respond to a person’s disruptive, …
    • Updated on October 20, 2021.
  • Comprehensive Community Services: Provider Resources

    … health problems. Traumatic events may include: Maltreatment. Sudden or traumatic death of someone close. A serious accident. Sexual abuse. Exposure to domestic violence. The main goal of …
    • Updated on January 09, 2023.
  • COVID-19: Health Care Providers

    … cope with emergencies Five things you should know about stress Five actions steps for helping someone in emotional pain Identifying substance misuse in the responder community (PDF) Tips for …
    • Updated on January 23, 2023.
Last revised February 7, 2023