Archives for 2015

ADRC Article in Newspapers

ADRC’s Work, because THEY ARE LOCAL, Save Our ADRC The Governor’s 2015-2017 Budget proposal gives the Department of Health Services (DHS) the authority to fragment the services currently provided by our local Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC’s), thus destroying the trust and reliability that has been developed over more than a decade of service by these one-stop local resources. This fragmentation of ADRC services would result from the: 1) Elimination of the counties right of first … Read More

ADRC of Eagle Country Presenting County Boards with Resolution

The following resolution will be presented to the County Boards within the region of the ADRC of Eagle Country on April 21, 2015. RESOLUTION NO. ___ - 2015 OPPOSING THE PROPOSED CHANGES TO AGING AND DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTERS IN THE 2015-2017 GOVERNOR’S PROPOSED BUDGET AND REQUESTING THE WISCONSIN LEGISLATURE TO OPPOSE THOSE CHANGES WHEREAS, the 2015-2017 proposed governor’s budget would give authority to the Department of Health Services (DHS) to eliminate county-run Aging & … Read More

Save ADRCs Video

https://youtu.be/qeUUDkbpNP8 … Read More

Joint Finance Committee Public Hearing Testimony – Becky Dahl

Becky Dahl Testified at the Joint Finance Committee Public Hearing in Reedsburg last Thursday. The Following is her testimony: My name is Becky Dahl, Regional Manager for Aging and Disability Resource Center of Eagle Country serving Crawford, Juneau, Richland and Sauk. First, I would like to express my appreciation and positive experience at the capital this week. I had the privilege of having one on one conversation with 16 senators and representatives to discuss the impact of the proposed … Read More

Joint Finance Committee Public Hearing Testimony – Heidi Randall

Heidi Randall Testified at the Joint Finance Committee Public Hearing in Reedsburg last Thursday. The Following is her testimony: My testimony today is both a matter of personal and professional reaction to the proposed changes to Family Care, IRIS and ADRC structures. It’s been proven that the existence of all three parts of the system have made a difference in the lives of our most vulnerable adults- the aged, developmentally and physically disabled persons, and youth in transition. … Read More