If you're looking for extra support services for someone who is aging or has a disability, an Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) in your county can be an extremely helpful resource.
There are many ADRCs located throughout Wisconsin. Their goal is to assist seniors in leading the life that they choose in their community. ADRCs do this through offering a variety of services, programs, and resources that help people attain a healthy senior lifestyle.
ADRCs make it easier for older adults and individuals with disabilities to access necessary resources and find ways to support their needs. A mix of in-person and virtual assistance is offered at each local center. If you are looking to apply for certain aging/disability programs or benefits, ADRCs can help you find what fits for your lifestyle and walk you through the process.
If you want more information on ADRCs or wish to find one near you, visit https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/adrc/index.htm.
Also, check out this interview that AARP Wisconsin’s Helen Marks Dicks did with the Fabulous Farm Babe to learn more about ADRCs and AARP:
This story is provided by AARP Wisconsin. Visit the AARP Wisconsin page for more news, events, and programs affecting retirement, health care, and more.
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