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 ADRC (Aging and Disability Resource Center) 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.
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The Aging & Disability Resource Center of Barron, Rusk and Washburn Counties (ADRC) is currently looking for people interested in serving on the governing board. The mission of the ADRC is to provide older adults and people with disabilities the resources needed to live with dignity and security, and stay as independence as possible and have a high quality of life. The ADRC helps people make the most of their own resources, stay independent and delay or prevent the need for potentially expensive long-term care. Complete and submit this application or learn more.
Elder Tree provides older adults an opportunity to connect, learn about local events, track their health and give back. It’s a website just for Wisconsin seniors, even those with no computer experience! Learn more!
See Wisconsin seniors who've learned to use Elder Tree and find it improves their lives!
Check the Family Care/IRIS 2.0 web page for answers to frequently asked questions. As additional information is available, it will be added to the Wisconsin Depeartment of Health Services Family Care/IRIS 2.0 web page and frequently asked questions page.
Wisconsin law now states that you need to provide acceptable photo identification card (ID) when voting. Acceptable ID include:
There are certain requirements. Your ID should look like you even if you’ve colored your hair, shaved your beard or lost some weight, as long as your photo ID reasonably resembles you. Learn more.
Advocacy by hundreds of National Council on Aging (NCOA) supporters has paid off. Congress crafted a final FY16 funding package that rejects proposed cuts and even provides some increases for programs and services for older adults. Find your Wisconsin legislators and let them know you appreciate their efforts. Learn more. (From the NCOA.)