Council on Physical Disabilities

News and updates

July 2020: Wisconsin Council on Physical Disabilities 2021 Quarterly meeting dates available on the Meetings tab.

March 2020: CPD offers an Emergency Preparedness Toolkit during COVID19 Emergency.

This toolkit has information and forms to help individuals with disabilities prepare for emergencies. Check out the Emergency Preparedness Toolkit including information and forms to guide you through thinking about what you need.

 

May 2019: Wisconsin Council on Physical Disabilities received a grant to produce, distribute, and present on the Emergency Preparedness Toolkit.

March 2019: Wisconsin Council on Physical Disabilities is pleased to announce the Dan Johnson Advocacy Award. Full award criteria and nomination application are available.

January 2019: Wisconsin Council on Physical Disabilities State Plan for People with Physical Disabilities 2019-2021 (PDF) is available.

 

The Wisconsin Council on Physical Disabilities was created by the state legislature in 1989. Its mission, established by Wisconsin state statute 46.29 is to:

  • Develop and implement a state plan for services to people with physical disabilities.
  • Advise and make recommendations to state agencies on relevant legislation.
  • Promote public awareness about the 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 report to the state legislature.

Please note:The Council on Physical Disabilities (CPD) values your input on program, policies, and 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 provision, oversight, legal advice, or enforcement of business, facilities, providers, or services in violation of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Last Revised: January 19, 2021

This content reflects the views and opinions of the advisory council. It may not reflect the official policy or position of DHS.