View the list of resources for older adults. Select a link to learn more.
Wisconsin resources for older adults
These are resources that apply to the state of Wisconsin.
- Aging and disability resource centers (ADRCs)—Learn how ADRCs serve the public and how to contact the ADRC near you. ADRCs help with issues that affect older adults, people with disabilities, and their families. Your local ADRC makes it easy to learn about resources near you and apply for programs and benefits. Their services are free if you live in Wisconsin.
- Elder Benefits Specialists—Find a specialist who helps adults 60 and older. These experts help older adults figure out private and government benefits. Includes filling out paperwork, knowing what’s covered, and filing complaints.
- A Helpful Guide to Available Resources for Wisconsin Seniors—Learn more from Eden Senior Care about topics, such as:
- Health and wellness.
- Driving and transit.
- Ways to volunteer.
- Food and prescription delivery.
- National resources.
- Insurance support from the Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance—Get help for older adults looking for insurance. Also has Consumer Alerts to help avoid scams and fraud.
- Programs and Services for Older Adults—View a list of resources for older adults by topic. Also has helpful contacts, forms, and other aging information.
- Ombudsman Program—Access an Ombudsman. They help protect and promote the rights of older adults and their families. Find contact details and learn more from the Board on Aging & Long Term Care.
These are resources that are available across the U.S.
- AARP—Get information that helps older adults live independent lives with dignity and purpose. AARP is a non-profit, non-partisan organization.
- Eldercare Locator—Find support in your community.
- National Institute on Aging—Find basic health and wellness information for older adults. Offered through the National Institutes of Health.