Attention Phone Scam Alert A phone scam has been reported where consumers get a call from a person claiming to be "with the ADRC". The caller tries to get them to sign up for a free alert system, that has a pre-payment. Persons are also asked to "push buttons" to proceed further in the call. The ADRC does not sell alert systems. If you receive a call like this hang up. Never give out any personal information unless you have made the call yourself and you know the party or company you are speaking to. Print this Scam Alert flyer for more tips on how to avoid being a victim of scams.
Advocacy Alert - Action Needed Save Your ADRC - There's No Place Like Home The State Committee on Finance Motion's contain many changes that will affect the lives of seniors and persons with disabilities. Advocacy groups are concerned about these changes and have prepared documents to help educate persons. These groups have also organized events to help inform and mobilize concerned citizens. Click to go to the ADRC Advocacy page for more information. Answers and Solutions
Come down and see the ADRC newly remodeled Addlife/Welcome Center. The remodeling, a result of years of planning and input from consumers and accessibility experts. The goal was a welcoming, comfortable environment for everyone, whatever their "abilities" are. Many new accessibility features were incorporated into the plan. Read about our new additions/accessibility features, and don't forget to stop by & see the changes for yourself! We hear all too often, "I wish I would have known about the ADRC sooner." Help us get the word out about how your ADRC helps seniors, adults with disabilities, and their caregivers make connections to services so they can Live their best possible life.
Watch this ADRC video and find out why Answers and Solutions Do Start Here. Then stop by or give us a call.
Staff are dedicated to learning each person's story to provide them with options, advice and/or help connecting to services personalized to their unique situation. The ADRC serves as a clearing house for information and access to a wide range of services and their costs, including;
in-home supportive and nursing care
housekeeping and chore services
memory screening, dementia care
nutrition and home-delivered meals
assisted living & nursing homes
financial assistance through Medicare, Medicaid, FoodShare and
many other aging and disability benefit programs.
As the single point of access for publicly funded long-term care, ADRCs provide eligibility determinations and enrollment counseling for the state's (publicly funded) managed long-term care services. The ADRC provides consumers and their caregivers with the information they need to make cost effective and informed decisions and will advocate for them if they are denied services.
In addition four AddLife Centers (Green Bay, De Pere, Denmark, and Pulaski) offer a wide variety of educational, social and recreational activities. Presentations are offered from professionals on topics ranging from chronic conditions and taking medications to organizing your home and American History. Activities including cooking demos, cards, Wii Bowling, exercise classes, day trips, and more. At the Green Bay AddLife Center an exercise room with treadmill, stationary bikes, and weight equipment is very popular and offers a place to work out with peers. Or make a reservation and have lunch with friends any weekday at any of the centers.
Check out the links on the left to see the wide variety of the information we gather and the activities available for you to enjoy. Scroll down to subscribe to the AddLife News to keep up with what's happening and read interesting articles that pertain to you and your life.
We'd love to talk to you, call 920-448-4300, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Staff is available via phone, in our office or your home during business hours or by special appointment outside of our hours.
Like us on Facebook and get valuable information about caregiving. Post a question and read responses from other caregivers and professionals who will share their knowledge and experience. Community Services Database-211The ADRC in partnership with United Way 211 and the Crisis Center maintains this comprehensive data base of community services thatis a valuable on-line tool, available 24 hours a day-7 days a week.
2014 Year end ADRC-Crisis Center-211 Trends, Unmet Needs Report - This report uses data collected through a collaborative effort between the Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC), Crisis Center and 211 of Brown County, WI. The intent is to demonstrate patterns of need in the Brown County community and to educate policy makers and the public about potential services gaps in order to mobilize change. The ADRC, Crisis Center, and 211 of Brown County represent agencies that have a mission to respond to consumers who are searching for needed services. All three agencies provide reliable, unbiased information and links to community providers who have valuable services to offer.
Quality Service Survey Report. Read why the vast majority of customers (96.9%) said they would recommend the ADRC of Brown County. ADRC- AddLife programsoffer the opportunity for you to take a self-educated, proactive, and personal approach to your health and wellness. They Add-Laughter, Independence, Friends and Energy to your life!
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Devon Christianson - Director Phone: 920-448-4300 TTY: WI Relay 711 Fax: 920-448-4306 Click here to email