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ADRC-CW NATIONAL FAMILY CAREGIVER SUPPORT PROGRAM

Creates public awareness of caregiver issues through education, training and public presentations. Also supports caregivers by connecting them with information and resources to help them manage their care giving role. Presentations can be scheduled through this office. Limited funding is available to assist caregivers with respite care and supplemental services.

PHONE

888-486-9545

ADRC-CW POWERFUL TOOLS FOR CAREGIVERS: TAKING CARE OF YOU

Educational Program designed to help family caregivers: *Reduce stress *Improve self confidence *Better communicate their feelings *Balance their lives *Increase their ability to make tough decisions *Locate helpful resource Caregivers can benefit from this class if they are helping a spouse, parent or friend. Workshop meets once/week for six weeks, and is offered periodically throughout the year. Please call for current schedule information.

PHONE

(888) 486-9545

ADRC-CW RESOURCE SPECIALISTS

Resource Specialist staff provides information regarding supports and resources available to help meet the needs of older adults and adults with disabilities. Resource Specialist help sort through options available to individuals, family members, caregivers, and concerned others in a clear and concise manner allowing individuals to make informed decisions about their current and future care needs. Resource Specialist, when appropriate complete the eligibility screening and enrollment for publicly funded programs such as Family Care and IRIS.

PHONE

(888) 486-9545

ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION RHINELANDER REGIONAL OFFICE

Services offered by the Alzheimer’s Association are: help line, family consultation, education, advocacy, public awareness, diagnostic information, safety issues and support groups. The nation’s largest voluntary health organization devoted to conquering Alzheimer’s disease. Through its national network of chapters, the Alzheimer’s Association serves as the premier source of information and support. There are 5.4 million Americans with Alzheimer’s disease.

ADDRESS

8A W Davenport St, Ste 224
Rhinelander, 54501

PHONE

(715) 362-7779

ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION WAUSAU REGIONAL OFFICE

Services offered by the Alzheimer’s Association are: help line, family consultation, education, advocacy, lending library, public awareness, diagnostic information, safety issues and support groups. The nation’s largest voluntary health organization devoted to conquering Alzheimer’s disease. Through its national network of chapters, the Alzheimer’s Association serves as the premier source of information and support. There are 5.4 million Americans with Alzheimer’s disease.

ADDRESS

300 N 3rd St, Ste L04
Wausau, 54403

PHONE

(715) 845-5000

EASTER SEALS WISCONSIN

Provides services for people with disabilities and their families.

ADDRESS

8001 Excelsior Dr, Ste 200
Madison, 53717

PHONE

(608) 277-8288 or (800) 422-2324

LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA SOCIETY, INC-WISCONSIN CHAPTER

Provides patient financial, social and emotional support research programs and public and professional education.

ADDRESS

200 S Executive Dr, Ste 203
Brookfield, 53005

PHONE

(800) 261-7399

WEBSITE

www.lls.org

PISCES, LLC BEHAVIOR CONSULTING

We provide behavioral consulting to families and providers caring for individuals with challenging behavior.

ADDRESS

PO Box 1326
Marshfield, 54449

PHONE

(715) 207-2241

WISCONSIN FIRST STEP

Information and referral for parents and providers of children & youth with special needs, ages birth to 22. Assistance in locating a large variety of services.

ADDRESS

1900 South Ave, NCA2-04
La Crosse, 54601

PHONE

(800) 642-7837