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Agency Profiles
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Each of the participating LINK agencies provides a valuable and unique set of services for children with disabilities and their families. For a profile of each agency's programs, intake procedures, costs, funding sources, contact information and more...please click on the agency links below.

  • Access To Independence
    Information and referral, peer support, independent living skills training and advocacy.

  • The ARC - Dane County
    Advocacy for children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families.

  • Center for Families
    Voluntary Parent Support Programs:
    1. Welcome Baby — Home visitation for first-time parents.
    2. Parents & Children Together (PACT) — Parenting support program for families headed by parents with cognitive limitations.
    3. Family Support 360 — Information and resources, case coordination, helping families connect to services and other support for families who have children with developmental disabilities in the South Madison / Allied Drive Neighborhoods.

  • Citizen Advocacy, a division of Community Action Coalition
    One-to-one Advocacy Relationships between citizens with developmental disabilities (of all ages) and other community members.

  • Dane County Department of Human Services
    Funding of programs for adults and children with disabilities, plus a small case management unit and an adult intake unit.

  • Epilepsy Foundation
    Direct services for people and families affected by recurring seizures including: counseling, support groups, daily living skills and public health education.

  • Family Support and Resource Center
    Support to help children and youth with disabilities live at home with their families, two programs:
    1. Family Support Program — Financial assistance, information, and case management to families who are raising a child with significant disabilities at home.
    2. Community Inclusion Program — Facilitates connections between children with disabilities and their families and the larger Dane County community.

  • Imagine a Child's Capacity (ICC)
    Individualized and group therapy and support provided to children and their families/caregivers in the home, in the clinic, in schools/daycare and in the community, plus Birth-to-Three early intervention services and a variety of clinic services.

  • Integrated Development Services
    In-home autism program, occupational therapy, Craniosacral therapy, Neurofeedback, Interactive Metronome, social skills groups and one-to-one counseling.

  • Madison Area Down Syndrome Society
    Services offered free to families affected by Down Syndrome, from new parents to adulthood.

  • United Cerebral Palsy
    Services for individuals with cerebral palsy and other disabilities, three programs:
    1. Birth to Three Connections — Support and education for parents and early intervention services for infants or toddlers from birth to age 3.
    2. Youth Resources — Provides services and support to empower and educate child care providers and community members on including children, youth and teenagers with disabilities.
    3. Respite Care Services — Supports families in reaching out and making personal connections to people in their community to establish care providers for their family member with a disability. UCP's services help families find, screen and train qualified staff to provide short term services in the family's home, the respite staff's home or in the community.

  • VSA Arts of Wisconsin
    Arts programming in dance, drama, music, creative writing and visual arts for children and adults with and without disabilities.

  • Waisman Center
    Community training and consultation for a variety of topics related to developmental disabilities, three programs:
    1. Communication Development Program — Alternative and augmentative communications services, assistive technology services, speech language pathology and occupational therapy.
    2. Community TIES ProgramBehavioral consultation, situational counseling and support strategy development.

  • Wisconsin Early Autism Project
    In-home autism services for children based on the principles of applied behavior analysis.


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