Find out who to contact if you suspect an elder or adult at risk has or is at risk of experiencing abuse, neglect, or financial exploitation.
The first stop for accurate, unbiased information related to aging or living with a disability.
Learn about services that can help individuals who are blind or visually impaired to achieve their own goals of independent living.
The Client Rights Office serves individuals receiving services for developmental disability, mental health, and substance use. Individuals can receive these services in group homes, community-based residential facilities, adult family homes, inpatient and outpatient clinics, and similar settings,
This initiative helps support individuals living in institutional settings who choose to move back to living in the community.
View information about Wisconsin’s long term care programs and find resources to assist with learning more about your long term care options.
Provides information and referral services on a variety of topics tailored to the unique needs of Deaf, Deafblind, or Hard of Hearing residents.
This initiative strives to provide appropriate, safe, and cost-effective care throughout the course of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia.
View resources, services, and programs for people with developmental or physical disabilities and sensory impairments, such as blindness or deafness.
Learn more about the Department's plans for expanding managed long-term care options for elders and people with disabilities.
Learn more about finding and choosing doctors, dentists, hospitals, and other types of health and residential care providers.
The Music and Memory Program brings personalized music to individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.
Learn about the programs that assist families in caring for their child with delays or disabilities at home and in the community.
Learn more about the programs and services in Wisconsin for older adults and caregivers.
Find information about physical disabilities and resources available for people with physical disabilities.
Last Revised: February 16, 2015