Wisconsin’s direct care workforce crisis is leaving people with disabilities and the elderly without needed care
Building strong self-advocacy in Wisconsin
Held every October, NDEAM is an opportune time to educate about disability employment issues and celebrate the contributions of America’s workers with disabilities.
This BPDD grant will provide the technical assistance needed to People First Wisconsin to support the organization’s members.
Are you interested in expanding employment opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), including people with diverse identities and/or individuals who are underserved?
The Youth Leadership Forum is seeking applications for the position of counselors at this summer's Youth Leadership Forum
BPDD will hold four listening session on its new proposed State Plan
Provide Public Comments on the Board's 2017-2021 State Plan!
Is your organization committed to building FULL LIVES in the community by providing services and supports that are individualized, full of choices, and built around the dreams and aspirations of the individuals?
A November 18 informational hearing presents another opportunity for you to educate your legislator about what is important to you about long-term care supports for people with disabilities and older adults in Wisconsin.
BPDD is gathering input for its new State Plan in person at Conversation Cafes, held throughout the state (Lively and interactive, Conversations Cafes enable everyone to have an opportunity to provide input and improve the quality of the outcomes):
The WI Department of Health Services (DHS) is hosting a limited number of public hearings on what the new long term care system should look like.