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If you care for a loved one who has a history of wandering due to a disorder such as Dementia, Down Syndrome, or Autism, this program is for you. Trained Dane County Sheriff's Deputies will come to your home and fit the participant with a transmitter. That transmitter can be tracked if the client becomes lost or missing.
The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the United States. We're committed to improving crisis services and advancing suicide prevention by empowering individuals, advancing professional best practices, and building awareness. Call 988 to connect to the phone lifeline.
Lifeline Chat is a service of the National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, connecting individuals with counselors for emotional support and other services via web chat. Text 988 or go to 988lifeline.org/chat to connect to the chat lifeline. Lifeline Chat is English only at this time.
Ayuda En Español
Lifeline ofrece 24/7, servicios gratuitos en español, y no es necesario hablar inglés si usted necesita ayuda. Prestamos servicios en inglés (988) y en español (1-888-628-9454).
Call or email us to connect with a health benefits advocate and get help navigating the healthcare financing system
Contact ABC for Health if you LIVE IN WISCONSIN and you:
Are having trouble paying medical bills
Have lost or will lose health coverage
Need help determining which health coverage is right for you
Need help determining your eligibility for health benefits
Have a pre-existing condition and can’t find health care coverage
Are interested in applying for coverage programs such as BadgerCare Plus
Received a claims denial or are in a dispute with your private insurer
Received a notice from BadgerCare saying they won’t cover a service
Have questions about having BadgerCare and private insurance at the same time
Have questions about using your benefits
Would like to know how health care reform will affect your coverage
Are part of an intact family and facing a birth cost recovery judgment
Mental health clinic that specializes in offering mental health services to those with ASD, ages 6 and older. Abegglen Counseling is not a behavioral/ABA/autism treatment provider.
Individuals who need assistance vacationing are encouraged and welcome to travel with Able Trek Tours. This includes individuals with developmental disabilities, the elderly, individuals with a mental health condition, and others.
Able Trek offers fully staffed and assisted tours for adults with mild to moderate developmental disabilities. Travelers must exhibit appropriate social behavior, have no major medical concerns, be at least 18 years old and display appropriate behavior toward property, themselves, and others. The typical Staff to Traveler ratio is 1:3 or 1:4. If a Traveler requires more assistance and/or supervision, we may require the guest to attend the tour with their own 1:1 support staff.
Access to Independence, Inc. is a non-profit, consumer controlled Independent Living Center (ILC) that provides advocacy, resources, and services to people of all ages with all types of disabilities in Dane, Columbia, Green, and Dodge counties in south-central Wisconsin. ILC's are a nationwide network of consumer controlled disability resource centers, where the majority of board and staff are people with disabilities. Through our Independent Living (IL) Philosophy, we help people develop the tools and skills to make informed choice for themselves and work to increase the choices available to people with disabilities. We are a part of a network of centers across the nation and one of the eight centers in Wisconsin. All centers share the Independent Living Philosophy and focus on providing specific services that help people with disabilities live as independently as they choose.
Information and Referral
Available to any individual in the community who has a disability related question, concern or need
ACCESS works to assist individuals to communicate their needs to obtain services and support.
Staff and trained volunteers with disabilities assist consumers with reaching independent living goals.
Individualized and group training in many skill areas
Specialized help in areas of community and post secondary transition
Access provides a wide variety of classes and services specifically for youth 18 and under
Over 1,000 devices can be tried, and many can by borrowed, free of charge for up to three weeks
Home safety, workplace accessibility, and ADA compliance assessments to improve physical and programmatic accessibility.
AchieveAbilities provides support that helps our clients excel and be employed by top-notch companies in their field. AchieveAbilities works best with clients committed to working hard as a team, participating in the Job Development process as fully as they are able.
ACT offers a wide variety of ABA service options to meet the needs of your family. Our program is as unique as your child. With both intensive and non-intensive in-home ABA therapy, our goal is for your child to learn and thrive in treatment and to enjoy the therapeutic process.
Early Intervention Autism Behavioral Therapy
Ongoing Autism Behavioral Therapy
Ongoing Intensive and Non-Intensive Adult Services including therapy, community, and employment support
Diagnostic and Assessment Services (Insurance Only)
Social Skills Groups
School Consultation Services
Verona, WI 53593
Adults of all ages and abilities are invited to socialize and enjoy a variety of board games at this monthly meeting hosted by Living Our Visions Inclusively (LOV Inc.) in partnership with the Sequoya Library. We'll have a selection of games on hand, but feel free to bring your favorites!
Sequoya Library is a public library branch with free access to the internet, books, media, and other resources. Children's area with play space (https://www.madisonpubliclibrary.org/kids/play-madison-public-library). Noise-canceling headphones and additional sensory tools are available for in-library use. Adult Board Game Night is specifically inclusive for all adults.
Our Adult Social Group is a group for all adults on the Autism spectrum (no formal diagnosis needed).
On the first Sunday of the month, we have a casual hangout via Zoom.
On the third Sunday of the month, we enjoy some casual games with fellow members via Zoom in a relaxed, conversational atmosphere.