Statewide

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

Adoption Resources of Wisconsin – Information, support and advocacy for parents adopting children with or without special needs.

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.

America’s #1 Mobility Solution – Offer consultation and help search for suitable used conversion van for your needs at a low cost.

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

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

Best Buddies – Encourage mutual friendship, usually with a student, through a 1:1 activity every two weeks and group outings.

Big Brothers Big Sisters – Matching caring, responsible adult volunteers with children and encouraging the relationships so they develop into close mentoring friendships.

Biochemical Genetics Clinic – Pediatricians, nutritional scientists, genetic counselors, and nurses provide initial diagnostics / confirmatory services and longitudinal care.

Boundless Playgrounds – Company creates playgrounds with minimal restrictions for children with disabilities.

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

Child Care Information Center – Resources and referrals to child care agencies.

Children’s Neurobiological Solutions – Offering caregivers and individuals information on local chapters and new research studies.

Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) – Information, resources and referrals, parent support through trainings and connections to other parents, and service coordination through linkages to local public health departments.

Children’s Service Society of Wisconsin – Provides a variety of programs for children, parents and families.

Chileda SNAP Program – SNAP (Sixty Day to Nine Month Assessment Program) provides assessment by an interdisciplinary team and a step-by-step plan for treatment and habilitation within the home, community and school settings.

Common Threads Family Resource Center – Enhancing the development of children with autism spectrum disorders and to providing their families with support and direction.

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.

Design Coalition – Non-profit architectural office that designs areas for children and persons with disabilities.

Developmental Disabilities and Child Development Clinic – The Developmental Disabilities Clinic offers specialized diagnostic and assessment services to persons who have, or are suspected of having, developmental problems.

Disability Advocates: Wisconsin Network (DAWN) – DAWN is a statewide grassroots cross-disability network of people who care about disability issues. DAWN supports legislative change in the programs and systems affecting people with all disabilities.

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

Division for Learning Support: Equity & Advocacy – State agency that oversees the implementation of Special Education through school districts in the state.

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.

Family Voices of Wisconsin – Services include: providing information to families via email lists; convening topical focus groups of family members; surveying families about particular issues and experiences; sharing information with legislators and policy makers; and participating in statewide systems change efforts.

Feeding Clinic – Providing interdisciplinary assessments for children at high risk for feeding issues because of newborn health status.

Genetics Clinic – Services include a General Genetics Clinic, which functions principally in diagnosing the cause of complex processes, as well as several specialty clinics and special programs, as well as several other specialty clinics.

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

Integrated Development Services – Provide behavioral therapy and relationship-based therapy (Stanley Greenspan’s “floor time”).  Social skills groups for children of differing ages and ability levels.

Katie Beckett Program – Assisting children who are not eligible for MA due to income to enable their eligibility through this program.

Kindred Kids – Lending books, toys, and equipment for kids of all ages and abilities including mobility items and adaptive equipment.

Little Friends, Inc. – Online newsletter, tips, and catalog for assistive items for children with autism.

Lives in the Balance – Non-profit organization that advocates on behalf of behaviorally challenging kids and their parents, teachers, and other caregivers and provides free, web-based resources to help people understand these kids in ways that are more compassionate and accurate and help them in ways that are more effective.

Lutheran Social Services – Provides counseling services in the areas of mental health, domestic violence, alcohol and other drug abuse, eating disorders, child behavior problems, sexual abuse and disabilities.

Madison Partners for Inclusive Education – Grassroots organization which creates partnerships with the primary goals of improving communication, sharing knowledge and resources, and providing leadership to ensure quality educational outcomes for all students.

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

Medical Assistance Program (Healthy Start) – Financial assistance for medical services. Call 800-722-2295.

Mothers United for Moral Support (MUMS) – Provide support to parents in the form of a nationwide networking system that matches them with other parents whose children have the same or similar conditions.

National Association of Peer Specialists – Offer conferences for peer specialists who help those with disabilities across the country.

National Early Childhood Transition Center – Investigate and validate practices and strategies that enhance the early childhood transition process and support positive school outcomes for children with disabilities.

Native American Family Empowerment Center GLITC – Direct advocacy to students, birth to 21, and their families, trainings on special education issues, equity, diversity, and general overview of the law.

Parents as Leaders – Group of parents and other care givers who meet together 5 times per year to learn about resources, roles for parents in birth to 6, explore topics related to individuals with disabilities, and develop a support system for each other.

Phonology Clinic – Individualized treatment programs for children in need to speech therapy.

Special Olympics Wisconsin – Provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with disabilities.

Southern Wisconsin Cerebral Palsy Clinic – Children who have cerebral palsy or other neurodevelopment problems receive continuity of care in this clinic.

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.

Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative – Provides training to schools,  parents and B-3 personnel on assessment for and implementation of assistive technology for students with disabilities.

Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities – Plans ways to improve services for people with developmental disabilities, advocates for their civil rights, and plans ways that communities can increase their capacity to be welcoming and supportive to individuals with disabilities.  Does not provide direct services, but can help with information and referral.

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 Children’s Trust Fund – Provides technical assistance, funds, educational materials, advocacy and training for programs located throughout Wisconsin that serve thousands of children and families.

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

Wisconsin Council on Children and Families –  Provides education, information and advocacy on state legislative and administrative policy and its impact on children and families.