Get Help to Live Independently and Stretch Your Money at Your Local ADRC
Contact us for a free, confidential consultation to get unbiased information about local resources for individuals ages 60 + and adults with disabilities. Your local Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) staff knows how to help you find what you need to make decisions about independent living and your quality of life.
Confidentially-at no cost, with no pressure. You make the decisions.
Review our comprehensive resources directories or set up a personal consultation to help find out what makes sense for you. Choose what you need to stay as independent as possible, as long as possible, while stretching your dollars as far as possible. Learn about options including:
Looking for programs or services outside Barron, Rusk or Washburn County? Find your local ADRC.
We welcome everyone to the ADRC, regardless of race, age, color, national origin, ethnic background, disability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or socioeconomic, marital or military status. Your ADRC respects the diversity of our customers, employees, and communities.
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Baby boomers and older adults are invited to attend Aging Mastery Program’s (AMP) fun, engaging classes! During the 10-week course you’ll track yourself to earn incentives and rewards. At the end, you’ll have a new groups of friends and graduate as an AMP alumnus!
As part of AMP, you’ll make and maintain small but important changes in aspects of three key parts of your life:
Attendees will receive $75 scholarships, bringing the $100 per person cost down to $25.00. Reference materials are supplied, and a light snack will be served. To register or for more information, contact Peggy Schmidt at
715-537-6225 or email@example.com. More scholarships may be available.
Lawmakers in Washington, D.C. are discussing making big changes to Medicaid. These changes could happen quickly and will change the amount of money Wisconsin gets to pay for Medicaid programs like Family Care, IRIS, BadgerCare, Children’s Long Term Supports, SeniorCare, Community Recovery Services, Comprehensive Community Services and many more!
Contact your lawmakers and tell them what changes to Medicaid would mean for people with disabilities, their families and their care providers.
To learn more about the potential changes and find out if they impact you, please take this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XVCZFXK