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Wisconsin Long-Term Care Advisory Council


On this page, you will find information about the charges to the Council, its members, any affiliated committees and task forces that may be established, and agendas and minutes of meetings. When they are issued, you will also be able to access reports and recommendations of the Council.

You can also find archived information about the long-term care councils, committees and task forces that preceded the current advisory council and links to several pages that provide more information about information and services for elderly people and people with disabilities in Wisconsin.

LTC Council Notices

Thanks for your interest in the LTC Council. Agendas for LTC Council meetings are sent two weeks before the meeting, and you can find meeting materials on the Wisconsin Long-Term Care Council meetings page.

DHS Seeks Applicants for State Long-term Care Advisory Councils | Deadline to Apply October 31

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) is seeking qualified applicants to fill vacancies on two state long-term care advisory councils. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, October 31, 2023. Information regarding both opportunities is below.

Long-Term Care Advisory Council (LTCAC)

The LTCAC serves as an advisory body to DHS on existing and emerging aging, disability, and long-term care systems issues. Members provide advice and make recommendations to the DHS Secretary regarding long-term care policy, programs, and services. Learn more about LTCAC below on this page.

IRIS Advisory Committee (IAC)

The IAC is a workgroup established to provide recommendations to the DHS program staff on issues related to administration of the IRIS program. IRIS (Include, Respect, I Self-Direct) is a self-directed program for adults with disabilities and elderly people. IAC members are individuals who have relevant knowledge, experience, expertise, and community relationships that allow them to present ideas, opinions, or facts for the betterment of the IRIS program. Learn more about the IAC.

How to apply

Applications of interest to serve on these two councils can be found on the DHS website:

If you would like to request a paper application or need an accommodation or assistance with completing your application, please contact DHS Long-Term Care at 608-267-7286 or Please include the name of the council to which you are applying.

Disclaimer about advisory council content

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

Last revised October 17, 2023