These centers provide information on a broad range of programs and services, including long-term care. They also connect people with disabilities to appropriate supports and services.
The BeforeAge18.org website provides online resources to help teens with disabilities and their families prepare and plan for adulthood.
Developmental Disability Programs and Information – WI Department of Health Services
This webpage is designed to help those with developmental and intellectual disabilities and their caregivers find programs that meet their needs.
Family Voices of Wisconsin “What’s After High School” Training
This training covers a variety of topics related to the transition to adult life for youth with disabilities and special health care needs.
Got Transition Website
Got Transition is the federally funded national resource center on health care transition. Its aim is to improve the transition from pediatric to adult health care through the use of evidence-driven strategies.
Independent Living Centers (ILCs) in Wisconsin
Independent living centers (ILCs) are consumer-controlled, community-based, cross-disability, nonresidential private non-profit agencies that are designed and operated within a local community by individuals with disabilities, and provide an array of independent living services.
Living My Dream Guide – WI Department of Health Services
This resource guide is designed to provide information for students with disabilities, their families, and teachers, as they prepare for adult life.
PACER’s National Parent Center on Transition and Employment Learning Center
The Learning Center informs parents and others about major components of transition to adulthood for youth with disabilities.
Regional Centers for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN)
Wisconsin has five Regional Centers provide information and support to families with children and youth with special health care needs and the providers who serve them.
Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities
The Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities (WI BPDD) strives to unite ALL of Wisconsin in supporting people with developmental disabilities to lead their most independent lives.