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.
Information and referral, peer support, independent living skills
training and advocacy.
ARC - Dane County
Advocacy for children and adults with developmental disabilities
and their families.
- Center for Families
Voluntary Parent Support Programs:
Baby Home visitation for first-time parents.
& Children Together (PACT) Parenting support program
for families headed by parents with cognitive limitations.
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.
Advocacy, a division of Community Action Coalition
One-to-one Advocacy Relationships between citizens with developmental
disabilities (of all ages) and other community members.
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.
Direct services for people and families affected by recurring
seizures including: counseling, support groups, daily living skills
and public health education.
Support and Resource Center
Support to help children and youth with disabilities live at home
with their families, two programs:
Support Program Financial assistance, information,
and case management to families who are raising a child with significant
disabilities at home.
Inclusion Program Facilitates connections between children
with disabilities and their families and the larger Dane County
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.
In-home autism program, occupational therapy, Craniosacral therapy,
Neurofeedback, Interactive Metronome, social skills groups and
Area Down Syndrome Society
Services offered free to families affected by Down Syndrome, from
new parents to adulthood.
Services for individuals with cerebral palsy and other disabilities,
to Three Connections — Support and education for parents
and early intervention services for infants or toddlers from birth
to age 3.
Resources Provides services and support to empower
and educate child care providers and community members on including
children, youth and teenagers with disabilities.
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.
Arts of Wisconsin
Arts programming in dance, drama, music, creative writing and
visual arts for children and adults with and without disabilities.
Community training and consultation for a variety of topics related
to developmental disabilities, three programs:
Development Program Alternative and augmentative communications
services, assistive technology services, speech language pathology
and occupational therapy.
TIES Program Behavioral
consultation, situational counseling and support strategy development.
Early Autism Project
In-home autism services for children based on the principles of
applied behavior analysis.