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http://www.autismspeaks.org/community/family_services/dental.php

Dental Tool kit



 
April 2013   
                          
http://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/article/20130409/GPG0101/304090426/Video-photos-Syble-Hopp-School-holds-concert

http://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/apps/pbcs.dll/gallery?Avis=U0&Dato=20111026&Kategori=GPG01&Lopenr=110260812&Ref=PH

December 2012
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A Families Story

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=CtWKGy5siFQ


Progressive Travel
Provides specialty tours for developmentally disabled adults    http://www.progressivetravel.org

Parent to Parent of Wisconsin
Offers parents and caregivers the opportunity to connect one-to-one with a parent of a child with similar special needs.    1-888-266-0028   http://www.p2pwi.org


Finding Your Way
A navigation guide for Wisconsin families who have children and youth with Special Health Care Needs and Disabilities.       http://www.waisman.wisc.edu/cedd/products.php

Wisconsin First Step
Helps you find resources for children birth to 21 with special needs. 1-200-642-7837 http://www.mch-hotlines.org

Family Voices of Wisconsin
A network of families and advocates who support children with disabilities and/or special health care needs.  They provide information, training and support around health care and community supports to families throughout Wisconsin.  1-608-220-9598  http://www.fvofwi.org

Aspiro

Through education and activities, those who come to ASPIRO are taught to become active, engaged members of their community. Skills provided include social, leisure, communication, self-care and safety skills. Regularly planned group outings, such as movies, concerts and Packers practices further encourage interaction.

Aspiro has two locations:  Dousman Street 498-2599 and Stiles Road 497-4540.

Aging & Disability Resources Center of Brown County
The Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is the place to start whether you or a loved one is facing the challenges that come with changes in health, disability and age or to prevent these changes from becoming challenges. Located at -  300 S Adams Street  Green Bay  448-4300


The ADRC listens to understand each unique situation,
gathers information about available options,
and connects people to services and resources
that best fit their needs so they can maintain control of their lives.


N.E.W. Curative

N.E.W. Curative Day Programs offer people with disabilities social and recreational activities along with convenient personal care services and rehabilitative therapies available on-site.

Our focus is specialized care - with individualized programs centered around people with a brain injury or other neurological imparment, we offer the needed support to families, and provide one-on-one assistance to participants in a caring and secure environment.

With 1:1 assistance at home or in the community, N.E.W. Curative can help with housekeeping, community access and involvement, companionship, personal cares, and so much more.

Located at 2900 Curry Lane  Green Bay  WI  (920) 468-1161


Innovative Services                                                                                                                                                  Innovative Services, Inc. (ISI) is committed to flexible, accessible and family-centered supports and services that honor the dignity, respect the rights and maximize the potential of each individual. We serve Developmentally Disabled and Special Needs consumers in Wisconsin.

We are dedicated to providing the assistance we can to help our consumers achieve their goals and dreams.

We believe the individuals we serve should be supported within the community. We set high standards and challenge what can be done. We believe both our employees and those we serve have endless possibilities to be successful. At Innovative Services, we are honored and privileged to assist people. We appreciate the individual experiences and personal rewards received from what we do.

Each person is unique, and the services required are diverse. The dreams and desires of the people we serve are the focal point of all we do, and we adapt our approaches and techniques accordingly.

Located at 445 S Madison Street  Green Bay    (920) 431-0962


Cerebral Palsy                                                                                                                                                               Cerebral Palsy, Inc. has been serving Northeast Wisconsin for over 57 years. While providing services to people of all ages, regardless of income or their reason for needing services, we strive to promote community involvement, inclusion and enhance the quality of life of all persons. When cost effective, innovative, quality care is needed, we are here to help. Our skilled staff is here to work with individuals and families by providing support and professional services to those who have been affected by temporary or permanent physical, sensory, and/or speech needs or conditions regardless of what brought on the need for services. Our staff is skilled in dealing with Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Spina Bifida, Speech and Language Needs, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Sensory Integration, Arthritis, Back Pain, Post Stroke, Post Surgical, Chronic Pain, Fibromyalgia, Amputees, Diabetes, Head Injury, Developmental Delays, Accident Recovery, and Sports Injury, just to name a few of the conditions.

Cerebral Palsy, Inc. is independent of any state or national organization and is governed by a 27 member volunteer board of directors made up of community professionals. Their varying backgrounds help ensure efficient and effective operations. We are a local, independent, 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. All of the money raised by our organization stays locally and is used to help persons in Northeast Wisconsin.

Located at 280 S Webster Street  Green Bay  (920) 337-1122


Paragon                                                                                                                                                                           

Paragon Community Services emphasizes choice for individuals with disabilities and we believe everyone has the right to choose their own path.  Guided by this belief and many years of service, we continue to develop unique opportunities which encourage people to explore endless possibilities.

Paragon Day Services provides services for individuals with developmental and physical disabilities, brain injuries, metal illness and other medical or behavioral needs.  We focus on skill building while integrating individuals into their community. 

Paragon Employment Training offers individuals development of social and employment skills, career exploration and integration into the community. We assist with bringing balance to personal needs with work tolerance all while earning a competitive wage.

Paragon Activity Club (PAC) provides children, adolescents, and young adults the opportunity to take part in different opportunities all while building confidence and social skills. PAC is available at various times, including school breaks, holidays, and some Saturdays. 

Located at 2733 S Ridge Rd Green Bay 920.884.1471 or visit www.paragoncommunity.com

 






                                        

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