Programs services for developmental disability adults
Jump to navigation Skip to main content. Wisconsin has multiple programs available to meet the needs of adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. For each of the programs below, click on the name to learn more about what the program provides and eligibility criteria. Adults interested in applying for any of the programs listed below, must enroll through their local aging and disability resource center ADRC. Family Care is a long-term care program which helps frail elders and adults with disabilities get the services they need to remain in their homes.
Developmental Disability Programs and Information | Wisconsin Department of Health Services
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Oaks provides a full spectrum of individualized services for adults living with a developmental disability in our community. Programs can help your loved one reach greater levels of wellness and independence in an encouraging, supportive environment. In-home, residential and day programs can help your loved one reach greater levels of independence through each stage of life.
It is the position of the Michigan Developmental Disabilities Council that disability is a part of the human experience. People with disabilities have specific rights as well as responsibilities. Disability is an ongoing factor in people's lives, occurring at any age, on a temporary or permanent basis.