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  • Your Wisconsin Quest Card

    … benefits are in your account, you can use your QUEST card to buy food at grocery stores and at some farmers markets that accept EBT payments. To pay for your food, swipe your QUEST card at the … When selecting your PIN, choose four numbers that are easy for you to remember but hard for someone else to figure out. Keep your PIN a secret. Do not write your PIN on your QUEST card or … Department of Health Services Division of Medicaid Services P-16088 (05/2023) How do I return something I bought with my QUEST card? To make a return, bring the item, store receipt, and your …
  • Safety NetWorks #12 - February 2010

    … NOT TO REPORT While the first two circumstances are relatively clear cut, the last two require some judgment on the part of the disability benefit specialist before a report is made to the … is the client unable to make an informed judgment about whether to report the risk? 8. Is someone other than the client at risk of serious bodily harm, death, sexual assault, or … to alter legal or official documents, such as a will or title, with the intent to defraud someone, or to show an altered document to someone and pretend it is genuine, knowing that the …
  • About Active TB Disease and Latent TB Infection (LTBI)

    … TB infection never develop active TB disease. TB is not spread by: Touching an object that someone infected with TB has touched Shaking someone's hand Sharing food or drink Sharing toothbrushes Kissing What are the signs and symptoms … you do if you are exposed to active TB disease? If you believe you may have been exposed to someone with active TB disease, contact your doctor or local health department. They will help …
    • Updated on May 02, 2023.
  • Wisconsin Youth Tobacco Survey (YTS) High School, 2010

    … used smokeless tobacco (Male=24.9%, Female=11.6%) • 39.4% current smokeless users live with someone who also uses smokeless tobacco (Male=41.4%, Female=34.3%) Second-Hand Smoke Exposure • 38.1% live in homes where others smoke • 59.5% rode in a car or were in the same room with someone who was smoking During the past 7 days Cessation – Current Smokers • 52.1% want to stop … < 18 years old • 6.7% bought cigarettes in a store within last 30 days • 32.6% gave money to someone else to buy the cigarettes • 71.1% who bought cigarettes in a store were not asked to …
  • Wisconsin Youth Tobacco Survey (YTS) Middle School, 2010

    … have used smokeless tobacco (Male=8.5%, Female=4.9%) • 49.3% current smokeless users live with someone who also uses smokeless tobacco (Male=48.0%, Female=53.7%) Second-Hand Smoke Exposure • 38.1% live in homes where others smoke • 47.4% were in the same room or rode in a car with someone who was smoking • 92.9% think that smoke from other people’s cigarettes is harmful to … smoking. • 53.6% of students saw or heard anti-smoking media messages in the past month. • Some 68% of students were taught about the dangers of tobacco in class. • 18.8% of non-smokers …
  • CRS: ACEs and Resilience Questionnaire

    … Did a parent or other adult in the household often or very often… push, grab, slap, or throw something at you? OR Ever hit you so hard that you had marks or were injured? Yes No 3. Did an … stepmother: often or very often pushed, grabbed, slapped, or had something thrown at her? OR sometimes, often, or very often kicked, bitten, hit with a fist, or hit with something hard? OR … take care of me and they seemed to love me. 0 1 2 3 4 4. I’ve heard that when I was an infant, someone in my family enjoyed playing with me and I enjoyed it too. 0 1 2 3 4 5. When I was a …
  • BadgerCare Plus Eligibility Handbook Release 23-02

    … 313 36.4 Access by Someone Else … her husband is considered the legal father of the child unless a court later determines that someone else is the father. A same-sex partner or spouse added to the child’s birth certificate … determine which designation is appropriate for a case. 1. Claimed father A claimed father is someone claiming to be the father of a child but has not had his paternity established or had a …
  • Assisted Living Forum Power Point number three, August 11, 2020

    … August 11, 2020 Outline for this talk • Review COVID-19 topics susceptible to misinformation • Some definitions • Explore why it may be easy to come across and believe COVID-19 misinformation … spread deliberately to others Conspiracy. A secret plan made by two or more people to do something that is harmful or illegal What causes us to adopt misinformation and disinformation? • … and values. • Seek out credible sources of information. • Avoid thinking that educating someone is the immediate solution. • Changing someone’s mind is not the goal of a conversation. • …
  • Mpox: What Everyone Needs to Know to Prevent the Spread

    … • Swollen lymph nodes • The mpox rash usually develops within one to three days after fever. Some people may have a rash or sores first, followed by other symptoms, or only develop a rash. • … mpox rash, scabs or body fluids from a person infected with mpox. Touching or using items that someone with mpox has recently used such as, bedding, towels, toothbrushes, and sex toys. Having … Department of Health Services recommends vaccination for: • People who had known exposures to someone with mpox. • People with certain risk factors who are more likely to have been exposed to …
  • Prevocational Q&A Document #1

    … at the prevocational work program? Length of time spent in a prevocational program isn't something that would make a person incapable of working in the community. The Department believes … where the job is individualized and customized to the strengths and skills of the individual. Some people who are successful in integrated/supported employment would not be very successful in a prevocational work program. Someone's performance in a prevocational work program shouldn't be taken as a definitive …
  • COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease)

    … disease that can cause severe illness. COVID-19 spreads easily from person to person when someone who is sick breathes out droplets and very small particles with the virus. These droplets … to date on COVID-19 vaccines. Get tested for COVID-19 if you have symptoms or were exposed to someone with COVID-19. Stay home if you have COVID-19 or COVID-19 symptoms. Seek treatment if you …
    • Updated on May 11, 2023.
  • Wisconsin Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Karen Timberlake’s Statement on CDC Recommendations to Shorten Isolation and Quarantine Periods

    … mask to minimize the risk of infecting others. If you are a person who has been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 and you are unvaccinated, or are more than six … should wear a well-fitting mask when around other people for 10 days. Following an exposure to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, everyone, regardless of vaccination status, should …
    • Updated on December 28, 2021.
  • Wisconsin HIV Needs Assessment Qualitative Report: Findings from Client and Key Informant Interviews

    … concerns that information is not kept private. This is a particular concern when clients know someone who is working at the HIV agency, clinic, or health department. • Misinformation and lack … • Insurance and health care costs: Insurance and health care costs are a source of stress. Some clients were unaware of programs that assist with health insurance costs. Even if they have …
  • TIAC Review Process Packet

    … study or two single subject studies or a combination of the two  Studies were conducted by someone other than the creator/provider of the treatment  Studies were published in peer … of treatment package  May be one group study or single subject study  Study was conducted by someone other than the creator/provider of the treatment  Study was published in peer reviewed … study or two single subject studies or a combination of the two. Studies were conducted by someone other than the creator/provider of the treatment. Studies were published in peer reviewed …
  • October 2019 - BadgerCare Reform Waiver

    … • At the point in time a member becomes a CLA during the certification period, including when someone is added to an existing CLA assistance group, the premium requirement will apply, as long … open to getting help. • Their assessment information will be shared with their HMOs or MCOs. • Some individuals are not required to answer the drug use question, but have the option to. These …
  • Disability Benefit Specialist Program Appointed Representative Agreement

    … of Services An appointed representative is an individual who has been authorized to act on someone’s behalf for the purposes of accessing benefits through the Social Security … representative cannot sign an application or testify at any administrative proceeding on someone else’s behalf. An appointed representative cannot re-delegate their authority to anyone …
  • Disability Benefit Specialist Program Appointed Representative Agreement, Large Print

    … of Services An appointed representative is an individual who has been authorized to act on someone’s behalf for the purposes of accessing benefits through the Social Security … representative cannot sign an application or testify at any administrative proceeding on someone else’s behalf. An appointed representative cannot re-delegate their authority to anyone …
  • Wisconsin Medicaid for the Elderly, Blind, or Disabled Application Packet

    … can also upload any proof documents online at access.wi.gov. You will need to provide proof of some of your answers. For more information on what you will need to provide, see the … Security Numbers are used only for the direct administration of the Medicaid program. If someone in your household is not applying for Medicaid, you do not need to provide Social … Services (USCIS) for people in your household who are not applying for assistance. If someone in your household is not applying for Medicaid, you do not need to answer this question …
  • What it's Really Like Presentation for Spring 2018 LHO Orientation

    … Know your resources: -see Resource slide -don’t be afraid to pick up the phone and call someone Prioritize: 1. Use the 4 quadrants – urgent and important to non-urgent and not important … 2. Values Exercise Delegate: 1. You do not have to do everything…let go of some control where it’s appropriate to do so. 2. Management Time: Who’s Got the Monkey? … 1: For each value, rate whether it is (1-extremely important to you; 2-important to you; 3-somewhat important to you; 4-not very important to you; 5-not at all important to you) Step 2: …
  • Suicide in Wisconsin: Impact and Response

    … ▸ TrevorText, text START to 678678 ▸ TrevorChat, instant messaging (with computer) If you or someone you know is in suicidal crisis or emotional distress, help is available. Suicide in … to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help. ▸ Social determinants of health (SDOH): SDOH are defined by the World Health … thoughts, who have attempted suicide, or who have lost loved ones to suicide. AFSP – I’ve Lost Someone https://afsp.org/find-support/ive-lost-someone/ WISE (Wisconsin Initiative for Stigma …
Last revised May 31, 2023