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Wisconsin Aging and Disability Resource Centers serve as models for other states

6:11 PM, May 25, 2013
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In 1998 the State of Wisconsin became the first state in the nation to develop Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC). Wisconsin now serves as a national model, for other states to replicate what Wisconsin has implemented. All counties in Wisconsin now have ADRC services available to their citizens and this year celebrating their 15th Anniversary of operation.

An ADRC is a no cost, single point of entry for people age 18 and older, who have questions regarding aging, or physical or developmental disabilities. ADRC staff offer information and assistance, benefits counseling, long ...

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