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 program provides and eligibility criteria.
Long-Term Care & Support; Services for Older Adults; you can access a variety of information on programs and services in Wisconsin for older adults and caregivers. A brief description of each program and service is available. Adult Protective Services; Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs) are the first place for help. Alzheimers.
support from health and community services and family members. People with ID are less likely than other older adults to have adult children to help with their care. Parents may no longer be alive and siblings are often unprepared to assume caregiving responsibilities. Older adults with ID may move into homes with additional support at this point.
Safe, Affordable Housing. Our subsidized housing communities, offered in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provide safe, decent, and affordable housing for older adults, persons with developmental disabilities, persons with chronic mental illness, and persons with physical disabilities.
The good news is that the Learning Disabilities Association of America is here to help! Since 1963, LDA has provided support to people with learning disabilities, their parents, teachers and other professionals with cutting edge information on learning disabilities, practical solutions, and a .