Category: DAWN Website Updates
The Wisconsin Youth Leadership Forum (YLF) is a week-long leadership training and career awareness program for high school students with disabilities, July 26-31, 2015, Edgewood College, Madison.
BPDD and Disability Rights Wisconsin are excited to work with legislators to move forward important legislation that would increase the economic self-sufficiency and quality of life for people with disabilities and their families.
This document outlines Survival Coalition’s priorities for the upcoming biennial budget period, and was prepared by current Survival issue teams.
A detailed analysis of the Department of Health Services' proposed reforms to personal care, the Family Care cap, medical transportation (Logisticare), and the Medical Maintenance of Effort Waiver.
Join Wisconsin Upside Down on October 2 as they present a webinar featuring Lisa Pugh, the Public Policy Coordinator for Wisconsin's Disability Policy Partnership.
A media event will be held tomorrow in Madison to support Wisconsin Medicaid and raise the voices of people with disabilities, working families, older adults, and others with a stake in Wisconsin's health.
Special Olympics athlete Cindy Bentley launched her book tour in the library at the Mercer K-12 School on Thursday.
April is Autism Awareness Month. To increase awareness about autism, the Board worked with Public News Service to produce a radio story that highlights the autism insurance mandate in Wisconsin.
Senate Bill 468 would get Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS) into schools and reduce the use of seclusion and restraints. More information about SB 468 is available on DAWN, including a plain talk description of the bill.
Call or email your Wisconsin representative on the Assembly Committee on Health and Healthcare Reform TODAY and ask them to vote to pass the Wisconsin Parity Act onto the floor.
The Department of Health Services (DHS) has proposed a change in the definition of Pre-Vocational services. It wants to limit the time a person with disabilities will be able to stay in this funding category. This change has raised many questions and concerns.