All Ages

A & J Mobility – Sale and service of new and pre-owned personal mobility vehicles.

Access to Independence – Advocacy, peer support, individual living skills training and information, and referral services to people with disabilities and the community at large as well as deaf HOH services, assistive technology.

Adaptive Recreation Program – Provides mainstreamed and specialized services for people with developmental and/or physical disabilities in a family-oriented facility.

Advocacy and Benefits Counseling – Provide healthcare consumers with the information, advocacy tools, legal services, and expert support they need to navigate through America’s complex and confusing health care financing system.

ARC – Wisconsin Disability – Advocacy, support and education for individuals with disabilities and their families.

Armstrong Child Advocacy and Study Center – Legal advocacy for people with disabilities or low income. Call 608-238-8424.

Autism Society of South Central Wisconsin Free workshops and presentations for the autism community. Educational outreach, public policy advocacy and support groups.

Autism Community Store – Gifts, merchandise, biomedical supplements and supplies

Care Track International – Providing a tracking device for families and caregivers caring for a wandering individual.

Cerebral Palsy Guide-provides free educational materials, financial options and support to help those across the country affected by this disorder.

Citizen Advocacy – Initiates and supports freely given one-to-one advocacy relationships between members of the community – citizens who act as advocates – and people with developmental disabilities.

Columbia County Health and Human Services – Providing a variety of services to residents of Columbia County with disabilities and their families.

Communication Aides and Systems Clinic – Provides augmentative alternative communication and computer access services. Speech language pathologists and occupational therapists with specialized training provide consumer-centered services to develop written, spoken, or computer-based communication skill.

Community Inclusion – Community building activities; friendship building; person centered planning; circles of support; gifted listening workshops; staff training.

Community Ties – Provides community training and consultation relevant to children and adults who have developmental disabilities and present behavioral challenges.

Dane County Department of Human Services – Providing a variety of assistance and services to Dane County residents in need.

Disability Rights Wisconsin – DRW provides advocacy assistance to children and adults with disabilities who have had their rights denied based on disability. 

Dodge County Human Services and Health Department – Providing services to residents of Dodge County in need.

Easter Seals Wisconsin – Variety of services provided to individuals regardless of the cause of their disability.

Epilepsy Foundation Wisconsin – Direct services for people and families affected by recurring seizures including counseling, daily living skills training, and public health education presentations.

First Call for Help – Free, confidential and friendly link to the services and resources of Dane County. 

Fishing Has No Boundaries – All persons with disabilities are able to enjoy fishing at Governor Nelson State Park on Lake Mendota.

Grant County Health Department – Services for residents of Grant County, including public health, health check, WIC, loan closet, home care and hospice.

Health Insurance Risk-Sharing Plan Authority – Making health insurance affordable for people unable to find adequate health insurance.

Iowa County Health Department – Providing a variety of services to residents of Iowa County.

Jefferson County Health Department – Well Child and Health Check Clinics, physical exams and immunizations.

Juneau County Human Services – Providing a variety of services for residents of Juneau County.

Madison Area Down Syndrome Society – Providing resources, education and events for individuals and families affected by Down Syndrome.

Madison School Community Recreation – Provide various recreation activities to people who live in Madison School District.

Madtown Twisters Gymnastics – Special Needs Class – Provide gymnastic equipment such as trampolines and climbing equipment.  Instruction and structure is provided.  Each session is different and individualized as much as possible.

Medicaid (Medical Assistance) Program – Providing financial aid for medical and therapeutic services for permanently disabled individuals.

Medical Assistance Personal Care Program – The Wisconsin Medical Assistance (MA) program offers a benefit which allows MA certified agencies to provide personal care services to consumers who choose this option.

Mental Health Services for Persons with Developmental Disabilities Counseling Program – Provide specialized individual, family, couple and group psychotherapy to a variety of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. 

Parental Stress Center – Offering programs for children and families under stress or at risk of abuse including the Oasis Program, Parent Stress Line, and Families United Network.

Respite Care Association of WI – RCAW is a “resource and referral” agency. Sign up for newsletter, training sessions, help find respite care, how to hire a respite care worker, discuss lifelong respite care and child abuse prevention. 

Richland County Health and Human Services – Offering a variety of health-related services for residents of Richland County.

Sauk County Human Services – Offering a variety of health-related services for residents of Sauk County.

South Madison Health and Family Center – Harambee – Services include Head Start, Early Childhood Family Enhancement, Community Health Center, Department of Public Health, Planned Parenthood, and Dane County Public Health Division.

Spasticity and Movement Disorders Clinic – Each patient is seen by skilled professionals representing neurosurgery, orthopedics, psychiatry, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and nursing. An individualized and comprehensive plan of care is then developed by the team members, with input from families and patients.

Spina Bifida Association of Wisconsin – Promotes the prevention of spina bifida and works to enhance the lives of all affected by it.

Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication Handicapped Children (TEACCH) – Website providing information on autism and information on other organizations.

Very Special Arts Center – Expand the capabilities, confidence and quality of life for children and adults with disabilities by providing programs in dance, drama, creative writing, music, and visual art.

Wheelchair Recycling Program – Refurbish and recycle donated wheelchairs and other medical and therapeutic devices for individuals without funding or coverage for such devices. 

Wisconsin Chapter for Music Therapy – Allows individuals to find music  therapists within different regions of WI. 

Wisconsin Coalition for Advocacy – Direct advocacy assistance to individuals and their families, training and technical assistance to consumers, parents, and professionals on a wide variety of disability related topics.

Wisconsin Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired – Provides services to blind & visually impaired residents of Wisconsin.