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Castaway Computers, Ltd. [Milwaukee, WI]:. "We accept the software and computer equipment donated by companies, repair facilities, load the software available, computer donations Castaway to upgrade the equipment, individuals, families, schools, charities, government agencies and Scouting religious, genealogical, historical, including non-profit organizations and others. See Also loans for limited credit . "

Computers to help people : from Braille printing service that specializes in technical Braille for users of science and mathematics; adaptive computer technology assessments and consulting.
John J. Boyer, Executive Director
East Johnson Street, Madison 825, WI 53703

" Family Guide to Assistive Technology, "prepared by the parent and children in cooperation with the Association for children with special needs (PLUK) Let's unite for this purpose. It is "to understand the process for obtaining assistive technology, helping parents to provide them with tools to advocate the needs of special technology of their children." For the details of assistive technology Provides a description.

Milwaukee Public Schools , Division of Special Services Center, Bureau assistive technology, "workshop, inservices, and provide additional training to staff and parents in the field of assistive technology and the Open Lab. See Also loan leanders .

Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative, all school districts statewide project funded by the Wisconsin Department of Public Education to develop or improve their assistive technology services. See Also loan me some money facebook . Also WATI, to work with the birth of three programs through a grant from the Birth to 3 Program in Wisconsin. Check out also loan for soldiers . The site for teachers, best practices, materials, evaluation forms, traning, there is a section on literacy and assistive technology and art. Check out also loan institutions .

Wisconsin Center for Independent Living, a set of services such as providing consumer-driven, non-profit organization: Peer support, information and referral, independent living skills training, advocacy, community education, personal care and coordination of services. Also as part of the Center for Independent Living, provides access to technical information and assistance program WisTech . See Also loan in ri .

A program called WisLoan is "to have a disability and is open to Wisconsin residents of all ages who purchase assistive technology. The program has no income requirements, individuals and private and public funds need to be depleted there. Under the program, participating banks in the private sector to provide low-interest loans to $ 30,000 for borrowers that are eligible. loan amount in fact, depends on the ability to repay the loans and purchases that. "application, please contact one of eight local independent living centers .

Disabilities, their families, to allow access to people with service providers and other community members Wistech . Selection, financing, installation, use of assistive technology and the Living Center Independent provides a needs assessment of the individual who maintains a loan closet items assistive technology and its to try it yourself can. Most WisTech services are provided free of charge.


ADAPTIVE computer equipment seller

Adaptive information systems, and sells computer technology and reading disability adapted for the visually impaired. They are practical speech, large print, there are two locations in Wisconsin to provide a demonstration of their software and hardware for access to Braille. See Also loan with no lender .
Rod Maccoux
424 Schwartz Street, Green Bay, WI 54302-3232
Telephone or fax :920 -469 -5502.
Toll Free Phone :1 -800 -792 -4768.
E - mail: rmaccoux@execpc.com
Roger Boehm
1611 Clover Lane Janesville, Wisconsin 53 545
Tel :608 -758 -0933.
Toll-free :877 -792 -4768.
E - mail: ais@charter.net

Adaptive Technology Resource (Grafton) are reading equipment, including closed-circuit TV magnifier and speech technology, and sells adaptive equipment for people with low vision and blindness.
Grafton Lane 921 Vista, 53024 Wisconsin
Tel :800 -770 -8474.
Fax :262 -375 -6777.
E - mail: info@AdaptiveTR.com

LAB Resources (Uoki): Computer Products for Education and Assistive Technology: Software and hardware for special needs and education:
112 Main Street Pewaukee, Tel :262 WI 53072-691-3476. Fax :262 -691 -4193. Email: info@elabresources.com

Magnification Phillips: Reading machines, adaptive computer hardware and software, magnifying the CCTV:
Confined groundwater 11 102, # 202
Chicago, Illinois 60 655
Tel :773 -881 -8581.
Tel :800 -982 -0226 (Midwest only)
Fax: 773 - 881-4843
E - mail: magnifiers@aol.com

Zerrecon Inc. (Milwaukee, Wis.), including assistive technologies such as screen readers and enlargers equipment, engineering consulting firm that provides rehabilitation services. N. Milwaukee St. fifteen years in 1549 to 2216 from Tel :414 WI 53208-771-7140. Fax :414 -771 -7146. E - mail: Ed.Ellingson @ zerrecon.com


Training

From training in the use of adaptive computer programs, are available in Wisconsin:

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State of Wisconsin ADA Partnership, a coalition of people with disabilities in order to facilitate the implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and business and government. The voting site contains links to information about the organization of the State of Wisconsin and local ADA. Check out also loan with no job check .

Adaptation: The U.S. is a program of attendant today is disabled , "rather than real people with disabilities to be able to live in community together to support that trapped other institutions and nursing homes, we are fighting that. "
Wisconsin group, contact Steve Verriden:
Tel :608 -242 -8484 (Sun) ,608 -249 -4308 (yesterday)
Fax :608 -242 -0383.
Email: sverriden@mailbag.com
Tobie Tyler: In Southeast Wisconsin, fit contact:
Tel :262 -695 -9428
Fax :262 -695 -9994
Email: tttobielaw@aol.com

DAWN: Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities: Wisconsin Network, was created by the Developmental Disabilities Council, Wisconsin, a new network of people who care about disability issues. DAWN, a network of advocacy, community leaders, who are training programs for grant funding for grassroots advocacy. You can register your e-mail.

Optavia Corporation (Madison, WI), the Web site operator to "evaluate the design, usability consulting, training, and site development services" is the business of providing.

" Wisconsin Coalition for Advocacy, (WCA) in order to provide protection and advocacy for people with disabilities throughout the state. Check out also loan places wisconsin , and private non-profit organization chosen by the governor of Wisconsin. WCA is is completely independent of state government and direct service providers. "It" II Rights and Reality: Action Guide to Disability Rights Wisconsin, "has been issued. "All chapters covering 46 major programs, funding sources, this revised guide work in human rights issues that affect children and adults with disabilities in Wisconsin and the" Disabilities Act, Federal Fair Housing American Law and assistive technology, W - 2, Family Care, BadgerCare, the rights of detainees in correctional facilities, includes a new section on abuse and people with disabilities. . . . There are two versions of the guide 2: CD 400 page user's manual or spiral - ROM ".

Wisconsin Department of e-government has issued a set of companies dealing with the accessibility standards that are applicable to all state agencies.

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" Assistive technology and art, "by Dr. Melissa Enderle, art for art accessible to children with disabilities, provides products and support software for the device support the arts. She also includes very practical advice for review of the literature and art projects. Site is part of the Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative .

First Stage Children's Theatre, on a regular basis (; performance by producing two shows for the Christmas show), and provide interpretation for the performance of deaf and hard of hearing individuals. For visually impaired people, they also provide audio described performance upon request.

Milwaukee Repertory Theater, an overview of scripts written summary of the audio script, large print programs, and has a wide range of access programs, including wheelchair accessibility and infrared listening systems. Audio commentary on selected theatrical performance, will provide open captioning and sign language interpreters. Please contact Annie Joe become speechless.
Tel :414 -290 -5366.
E - mail: anniej@milwaukeerep.com

Films with closed captions and audio descriptions are available at the AMC theater in Mayfair.
North Mayfair Road War precession Wato 2500 -777 -0467 Wisconsin Phone :414. Check out also loans for no employment verification .

Summerfest (Milwaukee, Wisconsin): "Accessibility is a 2002 pamphlet," Braille has provided large print or cassette format. It "contains an outline of available services, Marcus Amphitheater seating policies, as well as parking information, maps and descriptions of the evidence."

Very Special Arts Wisconsin WI Very Special Arts (VSA WIS) mission, dance, drama, creative writing, music programs by providing the capability, reliability, and life for adults and children with disabilities expanding the quality ", and visual: art."

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Badger Association of the Blind , Milwaukee has a library of reference materials on blindness and rehabilitation.

Big company types are large print date calendar, address book, pens and sells 20 to 20 minutes check registers and bold ink.
The W136 N5265 Campbell Ct. Menomonee Falls, Tel :1 WI 53051-800-933-1711.

Computers to help people : from Braille printing service that specializes in technical Braille for users of science and mathematics; adaptive computer technology assessments and consulting.
John J. Boyer, Executive Director
East Johnson Street, Madison 825, WI 53703

Talking Newspaper: Barron County Library Service delivers record three local weekly newspaper. "Rice Lake Chronotype," "Baron News - Shield" and "a chain Tech Alert"
E - mail: bcls@ifls.lib.wi.us
Tel :715 -234 -6637.

Large print books are available at local public libraries in Wisconsin. See Also loan now .

Newsline, the user is eligible, "Milwaukee Journal", "Wisconsin Journal", over half a century from all over the USA and other newspapers, newspapers, reading them can be heard over the phone. Download the application or, if the user of the library for the blind in Wisconsin already, you simply call the Newsline for the Blind library can subscribe to.
Telephone (local Milwaukee area): 286-3045.
Telephone (toll-free statewide) :1 -800 -242 -8822.

Volunteers and Tapists Braillists (Madison), depending on the demand and provides a voice print or braille format. Check out also loans between first employment check . They include a book in Braille / Print Many volumes have been lent to more than 1,500 free. Their online catalog, covers a portion of the collection.

Volunteer services for the visually impaired (VSVH) and in Braille, blind, visually impaired, or music textbooks on audiotape for people with dyslexia, or a print, and transcription. We do classes for sighted braille wishing to become certified Braille transcribers also VSVH.

Wisconsin Braille, Inc., "the ongoing activities WisBrl continuing education seminars for the following teachers and transcribers, transcription classes in state correctional institutions, free Braille books to the school library, reading Braille with adults Braille literary project pairing visually impaired students. cooperation with the Ministry of Public Education for certification and pay the transcribers prepare materials used in schools, Wisconsin Center for the Blind (WCBVI) for the visually impaired Wisconsin Council support, a newsletter; maintenance of network and data base for all those who have an interest in our objectives. Check out also loan payday 2500 . "

Wisconsin Council of the Blind (Madison) maintains a library of reference material of blindness in both normal and accessible format.

Wisconsin School for Media Center for the visually impaired, visually impaired and providing all students in Wisconsin. Students and teachers from other schools by requiring certain items using a national interlibrary loan system, by calling the Media Center or directly WSVH can borrow materials WSVH Media Center The. See Also loans for debit card accounts . WSVH media center collections, braille, twin vision, four-track cassette, 2-track cassette, large print, includes a regular print and video description. 1700 West State Street Janesville, Wisconsin 53 546
Tel :608 -758 -6118.

Wisconsin Reference and Loan Library will be able to use large print children's titles to the collection of 200 Wisconsin residents. See Also loan right nw . Please contact your local public library in Wisconsin to find these books on interlibrary loan. The catalog is available.

Wisconsin Regional Library for the blind and handicapped, the taping and lends Braille books and magazines. Check out also loans in lagrange ky .

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Association of the Blind Education and Rehabilitation, Wisconsin Chapter (AER)
Badger Association of the Blind on Jennifer Macke
# 1 5629 W Valley Forge Dr.
jmckeown@badgerassoc.org

3 to give birth, the early intervention program for infants and young children in Wisconsin and their families with developmental delays or disabilities. Early intervention teams provide ideas and techniques to enhance the learning potential of children and family development. See Also loan go go . Informative brochure , writing a program is available online.

The Center for the Blind and visually impaired children are: special education for children from birth through 5 years of blindness or visual impairment, therapeutic, and emotional needs and offer. "
5600 W. Brown Deer Road, Suite 4
Milwaukee, WI 53223-2346
Tel :414 -355 -3060.
Fax :414 -355 -3547.

Co-educational service agency (CESA is a) special education services, including Braille and orientation and mobility instruction to state schools, to provide. Links to websites of twenty CESA contact information, please see the list on the website of the Ministry of Public Education.

Holy Assumption School
Alice West St. seventieth 1526 S., WI 53214
Tel :414 -476 -0508

International Dyslexia Association, Wisconsin Chapter
C / O Barbara Bliss
1614 Laurel Crest Madison, WI 53705
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Milwaukee Public Schools , Division of Special Services Center, Bureau assistive technology, "workshop, inservices, and provide additional training in the field of assistive technology for parents and staff members of the Open Lab.

North Central Technical College (Wausau), Center for students with disabilities : "In addition to the assessment of low vision, NTC will run for you, vocational testing and career exploration search, training and technical support services, adaptive equipment, including the visually impaired and normal life has to offer other services. See Also loans for 1000 today . "

Wisconsin (lower) (PEP - WI) is a parent education project, "Training for parents of children with exceptional educational needs, information, and statewide programs and to provide consulting. 'projects has produced "All children deserve the chance to: special education process and welcome to" video and workbook ($ 79.00) is a kit that consists of.

Silver Lake College (Manitowoc, Wisconsin), in collaboration with the Wisconsin Department of Public Education, has begun a new licensing program for training teachers of visual impairment . Too, but not all, are done in a distance education course work.

" Victore : visually impaired children: opportunities, responsibilities and expectations, "Education Conference brings together parents of children with visual impairment and social support group for.

Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative, all school districts statewide project funded by the Wisconsin Department of Public Education to develop or improve their assistive technology services. See Also loan me some money facebook . Also WATI, the program operates in three birth through a grant from the Birth to 3 Program in Wisconsin. Check out also loan for soldiers . The site for teachers, best practices, materials, evaluation forms, traning, there is a section on literacy and assistive technology and art. Check out also loan institutions .

Wisconsin Association of Blind Students 'work on issues of importance to solve common problems, in order to create long-term friendships and a network of national scale visually impaired people gathered. concrete The Association, we are blind for students statewide to promote features of accessible educational opportunities. See Also loan company online . "

Wisconsin Center for the Visually Impaired, provides a statewide service for visually impaired students. As part of the department of public education to support learning: Equity and Advocacy, WCBVI is the lead agency and resources to provide quality services to visually impaired children of school age. Their website is "Viewer" There is a link to the newsletter WCBVI

Wisconsin parents of visually impaired children, an affiliate of national organization of parents of blind children .
Jennifer Wenzel, coordinator
Year 2502 Elizabeth Street Janesville, Wisconsin 53 545
Tel :608 -754 -4785.
wenzel@jb11.net

Wisconsin School for the Visually Impaired
1700 West State Street Janesville, Wisconsin 53 546
Tel :608 267-3270.

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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association, Southeast Wisconsin Chapter : "The mission of this chapter, to raise funds for research to find a cure for ALS and raise public awareness of the cause of ALS, and the quality of Life is to provide services to ALS patients in order to improve. "

Blind Badger Association of the Low Vision Services (Milwaukee, WI): visual aids, lighting, a magnifying glass. Check out also loan installments .

Eye Clinic of Wisconsin, low vision services (seven locations in central Wisconsin.)

Eye Institute Center for Visual Rehabilitation (Milwaukee, WI) : diagnosis and evaluation of low vision, low vision aids, independent living skills:

International Dyslexia Association, Wisconsin Chapter
C / O Barbara Bliss 1614 Laurel Crest Madison, WI 53705 Toll Free Phone: 866 399-7323. Check out also loan unemployment .

" Living Options in southeastern Wisconsin, "ranging from skilled nursing homes from independent living to provide important information on adequate housing. Sites, individuals, designed to help caregivers and professionals, contains information and availability.

Lupus Foundation of America, Wisconsin Chapter
National Avenue 8544 W., Suite 22-24
West Allis, WI 53227
Tel :414 -541 -3033.
E - mail: lupuswi@aol.com

Post-Polio Resource Group of SE Wisconsin : Newsletter, the FAQ, and links to other sources of failure, an e-mail discussion groups, information about upcoming meetings and other events. Check out also loan places in lancaster tx .

Prevent blindness in premature infants 'group formed to provide support and information to parents of children with retinopathy of prematurity and the people of volunteers, and ROP, or (Previously, retrolental fibroplasia called, RLF or. "

"The mission of Prevent Blindness Wisconsin, prevent blindness, is to keep the vision." It is an affiliate of. American blindness prevention .
759 N. Milwaukee St., # 305
Milwaukee, WI 53202-3714
Tel :414 -765 -0505. Email: info@preventblindnesswisconsin.org

Southeastern Wisconsin, USA cerebral palsy "children and adults with cerebral palsy and Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, mental retardation southeastern Wisconsin counties of Kenosha and Racine, autism, other disorders such as epilepsy by can be affected. "assistive technology evaluation center of them," to identify job seekers to help them succeed in the pursuit of employment in the fields of telecommunications and related services, evaluation. "

University of Wisconsin, Department of Ophthamology and Visual Science (outreach clinics in Madison and other). Low vision clinic.

Vision Unida, (Ltd.), which provides a 12-step substance abuse recovery program for people with disabilities.
1711 S. 11. St. Milwaukee, WI 53204
Tel :414 -671 -4716.

Dyslexia Association of Wisconsin, USA, Inc., Association / Dyslexia: "Our mission is leading through the educational services provided to children and adults with dyslexia we are to improve skills reading and spelling."
1345 Chestnut Street West Bend, Wisconsin 53 095
Tel :262 -334 -8005
Tel :888 334-8005.
Fax :262 -334 -9869.

Dyslexia Association of Wisconsin Inc., Milwaukee Center
350 W. Green Tree Road.
Milwaukee, WI 53217
Tel :414 -540 -6795.
Fax :414 -540 -6796.

Wisconsin Medicaid Purchase Plan, provided the people with disabilities want to work and the opportunity to buy his work and Medicaid coverage. See Also loans for maryland residents .

Wisconsin is the first step, as information and referral hotline that target specific health care needs (CSHCN) Regional Children's Center .

" Women's Health Hotline, Wisconsin, provides information and linkages to organizations that provide a comprehensive range of services related to women's health issues. See Also loans for unemployment benefit recepients . "
Phone :1 -800 -218 -8408.

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The sale of aids and appliances for the visually impaired

Alphatek (Hartland, WI) talking wrist watch, watches, key chains, calculators, etc. are sold.
114 West Capitol Drive, Suite 120
Hartland, WI 53029
Tel :262 -367 -9809.

Special Ameritech Center, Special Needs and services : operator services, toll exemptions to information, telephone charges Braille, information on the exemption from fees and discount rates, the "program of special equipment."
Phone :1 -800 -288 -8303.
TTY :1-800-536-8890.

Execution of the Blind Badger Association of the specialty shops perspective , "a visual family, the only shop in SE Wisconsin are impaired people offer a great selection of useful items for the office and recreation . "
Phone :414-615-0111.
Toll Free Phone :1-877-258-9200.

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(Brookfield, WI) Centre for the hard and hearing disabilities, among other services, and alerts, signaling and communications equipment, hearing aids, UniversaLink, you have a showroom for the aid hearing The.

/ TTY :1 -800 -542 -9838 phone.
Phone (local) :262 -790 -7188.
E - mail: commlink@cdhh.org

Purchase of telecommunications equipment, programs, help to buy equipment needed for basic phone service to people with disabilities. It will be paid from the Universal Service Fund was established by Wisconsin Public Service Commission. Description and downloadable applications are available at the Public Service Commission's website.

Council of Wisconsin for the blind (Madison) "to sell special items at low cost to people who have the status of the vision. popular items more, and has been exhibited at the offices of the Council, phone can be purchased through the mail or in person. Check out also loan today . visual aid products about 27 million dollars annually, "cost" basis, there are examples that are for sale:. See Also loans in downtown alexandria la . magnifiers, Braille Products Supplies and write, talk, braille, watch / clock face and large equipment, games, stories and kitchen equipment. " Council's website provides a partial list of their products.

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Rock County: First Call is an information and referral service for health and human service needs.
Phone: 608-752-3100 (Janesville), 608-363-8800 (Beloit and Stateline Area), or 608-882-9966 (Evansville).

Sheboygan County: REACH Helpline and Sheboygan County Interfaith Organization .

Trempealeau County Aging and Disability Resource Center aims to provide "useful information, assistance and education on the continuum of long term care alternatives while at all times promoting the rights, dignity and preferences of the individual. Check out also loans for military spouses ."
Phone: 1-800-273-2001 or 715-538-2001.

Waukesha County: First Call for Help gathers and disseminates information on more than 950 health and human care agencies, service programs and support groups in Waukesha County and southeastern Wisconsin. First Call for Help is also Waukesha County's crisis and suicide prevention hotline.
Phone 211.

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The ADA Wisconsin Partnership is a coalition of people with disabilities, business and government to promote implementation of the Americans With Disabilities Act. The site has links to information about voting, the ADA and local Wisconsin organizations. See Also loan cullman al .

ADAPT: American Disabled for Attendant Programs Today ; "We are fighting so people with disabilities can live in the community with real supports instead of being locked away in nursing homes and other institutions."
Wisconsin group, contact Steve Verriden:
Phone: 608-242-8484 (day); 608-249-4308 (eves)
Fax: 608-242-0383.
Email: sverriden@mailbag.com
Southeast Wisconsin ADAPT, contact: Tobie Tyler:
Phone: 262-695-9428
Fax: 262-695-9994
Email: tttobielaw@aol.com

AgrAbility of Wisconsin is a partnership between the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension and Easter Seals Wisconsin. Check out also loan shops in newcastle . It promotes success in agriculture for farmers and their families living with a disability.

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association, Southeast Wisconsin Chapter : "The mission of this chapter is to raise public awareness of ALS, to raise funds for research to find the cause and a cure for ALS, and to provide services to ALS patients to improve their quality of life."

Association for the Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired , Wisconsin Chapter (AER)
Jennifer McKeown
Badger Association of the Blind
5629 W Valley Forge Dr. #1
jmckeown@badgerassoc.org

Badger Association of the Blind (Milwaukee): provides low vision consulting, a store selling adaptive appliances, the Badger Home for the Blind, Volunteers in Visual Assistance, information, referral, advocacy, self-help groups and many other programs, activities and events:

Birth to 3 is Wisconsin's early intervention program for infants and toddlers with developmental delays and disabilities and their families. An early intervention team will provide ideas and techniques to help a family enhance their child's development and learning potential. An informative brochure describing the program is available online.

Blinded Veterans Association of Wisconsin, Inc.
Zablocki Medical Center, Room C753M
5000 W. National Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53295
414-382-5220
1-800-669-7079.

Center for Blind and Visually Impaired Children : serves the special educational, therapeutic, and emotional needs of children from birth through five years of age who are blind or visually impaired."
5600 W. Brown Deer Rd., Suite 4
Milwaukee, WI 53223-2346
Phone: 414-355-3060.
Fax: 414-355-3547.

Center for Deaf-Blind Persons, Inc. : "Our mission is to provide services to minimize effects of deaf-blindness on the individual and family and increase community awareness and acceptance.
3195 S. Superior St.
Milwaukee, WI 53207
Phone: 414-481-7477
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E-mail: rsilver@execpc.com
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Center for Sight and Hearing Impaired : broad range of services to people with either disability; serves northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin
625 Adams St.
Rockford, IL 61107
Voice/TTY: 815-965-4454
FAX: 815-965-6023.

The Cooperative Educational Service Agencies provide special education services, including braille and orientation and mobility instruction, to schools around the state. For contact information and links to the web sites of the twelve CESA's, see the list at the web site of the Department of Public Instruction.

DAWN: Disability Advocacy: Wisconsin Network was created by the Wisconsin Council on Developmental Disabilities as a new network of people who care about disability issues. DAWN is an advocacy network, a training program for local leaders and a funder of grants for grassroots advocacy. Check out also loans for 1500hundred . You can register by e-mail.

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
State of Wisconsin
Department of Workforce Development: "Wisconsin's Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) is a federal/state program designed to obtain, maintain, and improve employment for people with disabilities by working with VR consumers, employers, and other partners. See Also loans columbus ohio . The web site includes maps showing the location of each DVR office; a listing of the counties served by each DVR office; email adresses; links to the home page of DVR offices:
2917 International Ln.
PO Box 7852
Madison, WI 53707-7852
Phone: 608-243-5600.
Phone toll free: 1-800-442-3477.
Tty: 608-243-5601.

FOCUS for Newly Blind and Family, Inc. : provides counseling to newly blind persons and their families; serves Milwaukee, Washington, Ozaukee, Kenosha, Racine and Walworth counties:
PO Box 17575
Milwaukee, WI 53217
Phone: 414-964-6661

Industries for the Blind, Inc. Check out also loan swindon . offers employment opportunities for the visually impaired in Milwaukee and Janesville. See Also loan no lenders . Check out also loan online approval .
3220 West Vliet Street
Milwaukee, WI 53208-2400
Phone: 414-933-4319.
Fax: 414-933-4316.
Email: info@ibmilw.com

International Dyslexia Association, Wisconsin Branch
c/o Barbara Bliss
1614 Laurel Crest
Madison, WI 53705
Phone toll free: 866 399-7323.

LionNet Wisconsin : links to Lion clubs and activities in Wisconsin.

Lupus Foundation of America , Wisconsin Chapter
8544 W. National Avenue, Suite 22-24
West Allis, WI 53227
Phone: 414-541-3033.
E-mail: lupuswi@aol.com

Midwest Association for the Blind ; has a number of business/social gatherings throughout the year.
725 South 95th St.
West Allis, WI 53214

Milwaukee County Executive, Office for Persons with Disabilities : links to programs and projects (including the paratransit program) run by Milwaukee County. The Office also publishes a newsletter, "Handi-News and Notes."

National Federation of the Blind of Wisconsin . "In the NFB of Wisconsin, we are not an organization speaking for the blind, we are the blind speaking for ourselves. [The site was not online as of October 2002.]
Mark Riccobono
1420 West State Street
Janesville, Wisconsin 53546
Phone:608-758-4800 .
E-mail: mark-r@nfbwis.org

The People With Disabilities Project of the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development makes Wisconsin JobNet available to all by placing adaptive computer workstations in 22 Job Centers around the state. The adaptive software includes a screen reader, screen magnifier and voice recognition; there is adaptive hardware for people with limited mobility or hand function.

Parent Education Project of Wisconsin, Inc. (PEP-WI ) "is a statewide program providing training, information, and consulting for parents of children with exceptional education needs." The Project has produced "Every Child Deserves a Chance: A Welcome to the Special Education Process," which is a kit consisting of a video and workbook ($79.00).

Post-Polio Resource Group of Southeastern Wisconsin : newsletter, FAQ's, links to other disability sources; e-mail discussion group; information about upcoming meetings and other events. Check out also loan places in lancaster tx .

Prevent Blindness in Premature Babies "is a volunteer group formed to provide support and information to individuals and to parents of children who have Retinopathy Of Prematurity, or ROP, (formerly called retrolental fibroplasia, or RLF."

"Prevent Blindness Wisconsin's mission is to prevent blindness and preserve sight. Check out also loans by the phone ." It is an affiliate of Prevent Blindness America .
759 N. Milwaukee St., #305
Milwaukee, WI 53202-3714
Phone: 414-765-0505. Email: info@preventblindnesswisconsin.org

" SeniorLAW is a program which gives free benefits assistance to Milwaukee County residents 60 years and older. The program is made up of Benefit Specialists who provide information and assistance and attorneys who provide representation in appropriate court cases. See Also loan places in milwaukee, wi ." The site provides detailed information about a wide variety of state and federal benefit programs.


TAXES AND TAX FORMS

TAXES : The Wisconsin Department of Revenue has a number of the most commonly-used tax forms in Adobe format that can be downloaded and filled in on your computer, using the Acrobat accessibility plug-in. They cannot be filed electronically but can be printed out and mailed in.

TAX HELP: The Taxpayer Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) program provides free tax information and help in preparing federal and Wisconsin income tax returns for elderly people. For the closest TCE site, call the sponsor, the American Association of Retired Persons [1-888-277-7669] or check AARP's web site .

TAX HELP: The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is a cooperative effort by the Internal Revenue Service and many individual states, including Wisconsin, to provide income tax assistance to low income individuals, people with disabilities, non-English-speaking taxpayers and the elderly. Volunteers trained by the Internal Revenue Service and the Wisconsin Department of Revenue prepare basic income tax returns free of charge at VITA sites. The Wisconsin Department of Revenue has a complete list of sites in Wisconsin where VITA volunteers will help eligible taxpayers.

The United States Internal Revenue Service summarizes its special assistance to people with disabilities in "Topic 102," Tax Assistance for Individuals with Disabilities and the Hearing Impaired. "

Some federal tax form worksheets are available in large print. "For easier reading and to practice preparing your return, you may order large print tax forms. Use them as worksheets to figure your tax, but do not file them. Call 1-800-829-3676" and order:
Publication 1614 , which contains Form 1040, Schedules A, B, D, E, EIC, and R, and Form 1040-V, and their instructions, or
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Some braille tax forms and instructions are available from the Wisconsin Regional Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. Check out also loanpitstop 1 . Available materials are limited to Publication 17 , "Your Federal Income Tax"; Publication 334, "Tax Guide for Small Business"; and Form 1040, Form 1040A, and Form 1040EZ (materials include instructions and tax tables). See Also loan n go .

The IRS makes available over 100 tax forms and publications in braille format (".brf") as downloads from its web site. "These files contain accessible versions of IRS Tax Forms for use with the 2001 Filing Season. They are for reference only and cannot be submitted to the IRS in this format.
Each product set has been compressed to a WinZip Self-Extracting file and is in an "executable" (.exe) format. Each executable file (product set) contains three items: a README file with user instructions, product file(s) in text-only, and product file(s) in .brf format for Braille embossing. Instructions are included in the .txt and .brf files. The text-only files can be used easily with screen enlargers, screen readers, refreshable Braille displays and most other accessibility software."

See " Accessible IRS Tax Products " for more information about HTML and braille file format forms and publications; and about the accessibility of the IRS's many publications in Adobe Acrobat format. The IRS has recently announced a program to make many tax forms and publications available in speech-friendly formats so that taxpayers using screen readers can access and fill out forms in Adobe format.

Three Internal Revenue Service Publications may be useful to blind people. They can be downloaded in Adobe acrobat format:
Publication 524, " Credit for the Elderly or the Disabled ,"
Publication 554, " Older Americans' Tax Guide " and
Publication 907, " Tax Highlights for Persons with Disabilities ."


Trace Research and Development Center :goal is to make "the world of information technology and systems more usable for everyone"; one of the leading centers world-wide of research into adaptive technologies and general issues of universal accessibility. The FAQ's and Information Resources are excellent.

United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern Wisconsin "helps children and adults affected by cerebral palsy and other disabilities such as mental retardation, autism and epilepsy in the southeastern Wisconsin counties of Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Racine and Kenosha. Check out also loans for bathroom remodels ." Their Assistive Technology Assessment Center "identify and assess job applicants to assist them in the pursuit of successful employment in the telecommunications and related service fields. Check out also loans in chicago il ."

Very Special Arts Wisconsin : "The mission of Very Special Arts Wisconsin (VSA WIS) is to expand the capabilities, confidence, and quality of life for children and adults with disabilities by providing programs in music, dance, drama, creative writing, and visual art."

" VICTORE : Visually Impaired Children: The Opportunities, Responsibilities and Expectations" brings together parents of visually impaired children for educational meetings, support groups and social gatherings.

Vision Unida, Inc. offers a 12-step substance abuse recovery program for people with disabilities:
1711 S. 11th. St. Milwaukee, WI 53204 Phone: 414-671-4716

Volunteer Braillists and Tapists (Madison) provides print materials in audio or braille formats on request. They have a free lending library of over 1,500 volumes, including many print/braille books. Their online catalog covers part of the collection.

Volunteer Services for the Visually Handicapped (VSVH) transcribes printed materials, including textbooks and music, into braille and onto audiotape for people who are blind, visually impaired, or dyslexic. VSVH also conducts braille classes for sighted people wishing to become certified braille transcribers.

The Wisconsin Academy of Graduate Service Dogs, Inc. "promotes functional independence and quality of life for persons with disabilities through the provision of highly skilled service, social, and specialty dogs."

The Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative is a statewide project funded by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction to help all school districts develop or improve their assistive technology services. See Also loan me some money facebook . WATI also works with Birth to 3 programs through a grant from the Wisconsin Birth to 3 Program. The site, aimed at teachers, has sections on best practices, materials, assessment forms, traning, literacy and assistive technology and art. Check out also loan institutions .

The Wisconsin Association of Blind Students is "a state-wide network bringing individuals who are blind or visually impaired together to solve common problems, work on issues of importance, and create long lasting friendships. More specifically, our association works to promote accessible educational opportunities. See Also loan company online for students who are blind throughout the state. See Also loans direct ."

Wisconsin Braille, Inc. : "WisBrl's on-going activities include: continuing education seminars for teachers and transcribers; transcription classes in state correctional institutions; free braille books to school libraries; a braille literary project pairing visually impaired students with braille-reading adults; collaboration with the Department of Public Instruction regarding certification and remuneration for transcribers who prepare materials used in schools; support for the Wisconsin Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired (WCBVI) and the Wisconsin Council on the Blind and Visually Impaired; publication of a newsletter; and maintenance of a data base network for all those persons interested in our purpose."

The Wisconsin Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired provides statewide services to blind and visually impaired students. See Also loan places in rutherford county . As a part of the Department of Public Instruction's Division for Learning Support: Equity and Advocacy, the WCBVI is the lead agency and resource for providing quality services to blind and visually impaired school-age children. Their web site has a link to the WCBVI newsletter, "The Viewer."

" The Wisconsin Coalition for Advocacy (WCA) is a private, nonprofit agency chosen by Wisconsin's Governor to provide protection and advocacy for people with disabilities throughout the state. Check out also loan places wisconsin . WCA is completely independent of state government and direct service providers." It publishes "Rights and Reality II: An Action Guide to the Rights of People with Disabilities in Wisconsin," a guide with "46 chapters covering every major program, funding source, and rights issue affecting adults and children with disabilities in Wisconsin. This revised work includes new sections on "the Americans with Disabilities Act, Federal Fair Housing Act, Assistive Technology, W-2, Family Care, BadgerCare, Rights of Inmates in Correctional Institutions, and Abuse and Neglect of people with Disabilities. See Also loan pitstop . . . The guide is available in two versions: a 400-page spiral manual or a CD-ROM."

Wisconsin Council of the Blind : assistive devices for sale, free white canes, low interest loans, advocacy and referral, low vision evaluations and rehabilitation teaching. See Also loan payday no credit check . They also maintain a list of support groups around the state.

" Wiscraft, Inc. is a private non profit agency serving blind and multi- handicapped blind persons by providing supportive employment opportunities through an economically viable and commercially successful business enterprise."
5316 West State Street
Milwaukee, WI 53208
Phone: 414-778-5800.
Fax: 414-778-5805.

The Wisconsin Department of Electronic Government has promulgated a set of Enterprise Standards dealing with accessibility that are applicable to all state agencies:

Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, Disability Programs : links to all the disability programs conducted by the Department.

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has many accessible parks, forests, trails and facilities, including accessible cabins .

Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Division of Motor Vehicles : download applications for Disabled Parking License Plates and Disabled Parking Identification Cards.

Wisconsin Family Assistance Center for Education, Training & Support, Inc. (WI FACETS) is a nonprofit organization serving Wisconsin children and adults with disabilities, their families and those who support them. Check out also loans in chicago . They operate a Parent Training and Information Center for the whole state of Wisconsin and a Community Parent Resource Center for residents of Milwaukee. See Also loans in atlanta tx .

" Wisconsin First Step " is "the Central Directory" for Wisconsin's Birth To Three Program , which "provides supports and services to infants and toddlers with developmental disabilities and their families." Wisconsin First Step also serves as the I&R hotline for the Children With Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) Regional Centers . In addition to providing referrals to disability-related resources, Parent Specialists provide direct linkages to the closest CSHCN Regional Center. See Also loan in tuscaloosa, alabama . The Regional Centers provide I&R, Service Coordination, and Parent Networking for families of children ages 0-21 with special health care needs."
Phone: 1-800-642-7837.

Wisconsin Independent Living Centers are consumer-directed, non-profit organizations that provide an array of services, including: peer support, information and referral, independent living skills training, advocacy, community education, personal care and service coordination. Check out also loans against property in kansas . Independent Living Centers also provide information and access to assistive technology as part of the WisTech Program .

Wisconsin Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center
3834 County Road A
Rosholt, WI 54473-9355
Phone: 715-677-4969.
Phone toll-free: 877-463-6953.
e-mail: wlf@wi-net.com

Wisconsin Parents of Blind Children , an affiliate of the National Organization of Parents of Blind Children .
Jennifer Wenzel, Coordinator
2502 Elizabeth Street
Janesville, Wisconsin 53545
Phone: 608-754-4785.
wenzel@jb11.net

" Wisconsin Telecommunications Relay System , also called WTRS, is a 24-hour service that provides the vital link for effective telephone communication between people who use a TTY (also called a TDD, TT, or text telephone) and those who use a standard telephone." It allows for voice carry over, speech carry over and speech-to-speech communication.

People with disabilities, their families, service providers and other members of the community can access WisTech for information on selecting, funding, installing and using assistive technology. Check out also loan till pay day . Independent Living Centers provide assessments of individual needs, and maintain a loan closet of assistive technology items that people can try out for themselves. Most WisTech services are provided free of charge.

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Blind Outdoor Leisure Development (Southeastern Wisconsin Lions): programs to "allow the blind and visually impaired to experience outdoor sports and leisure activities while developing their athletic and social skills"; hiking, canoeing, sailing, fishing, skiiing, other winter sports, and biking:
For BOLD activities in Southcentral Wisconsin, contact:
PO Box 45683
Madison, WI 53744
Phone: 608-277-0981.

Easter Seals Camp Wawbeek is for children and adults with a primary physical disability and "offers a traditional camping experience geared to the age, interests, and abilities of the campers."

Fishing Has No Boundaries operates programs for disabled fishermen in several locations in Wisconsin and other states.

The Milwaukeee Bucks, Admirals and Wave offer fans with disabilities free tickets to home games. Write to:
Tickets
Milwaukee County Office for Persons With Disabilities
Courthouse
901 N. 9th St., Room 307-B
Milwaukee, WI 53233

Independence First (Milwaukee) coordinates a wide variety adaptive sports programs and wheelchair sports programs, for both children and adults. See Also loan ssi .

Milwaukee Recreation, a Department of the Milwaukee Public Schools, conducts programs of therapeutic recreation for disabled children and adults.
Phone: 414-475-8180.

The North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (NARHA) has a list of eighteen therapeutic riding centers in Wisconsin.

The Ranch Mini Golf : "18 holes, complete handicapped accessibility":
N88 W19100 Menomonee Ave.
Menomonee Falls, WI
Phone: 262-255-1656.

River Falls Family Fun Center : mini-golf, 12 holes, wheelchair accessible:
5401 West Layton Ave.
Greenfield, WI
Phone: 414-281-2815.

Ski For Light pairs visually- and mobility-impaired skiers with non-disabled guides for a week-long international skiing program and also holds events in Wisconsin. See Also loans for people with uneployment .

Summerfest (Milwaukee, WI): The " 2002 Accessibility Brochure " is available in braille, large print or cassette formats; it includes "outlines of the services available, Marcus Amphitheater seating policies, parking information, as well as maps and descriptions of the grounds."

SunSet Pines Resort, LLC (near Willard, WI) is a fully accessible year-round resort with a two bedroom cabin nestled in the rural Wisconsin farm countryside. It aims to "provide a relaxing worry-free getaway, without the hassles of accessibility, for travelers with or without a disability."

The United Methodist Church of Wisconsin runs summer camping programs for disabled youths and adults.

Welcome, HOME (House Of Modification Examples) is an accessible demonstration home/bed and breakfast located in Newburg, Wisconsin. Their web site has an online brochure and a virtual tour. See Also loans and installment .

Wisconsin Blind Bowling Association (WBBA) :
3223 S. 26th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53215

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources provides licenses to blind and disabled hunters and fishermen . A brochure describing the programs and licenses is downloadable in PDF format.

Wisconsin Lions Camp : serves children and adults who are visually or hearing impaired, physically disabled or cognitively disabled; Family Camp Weekends are for families who have one or more persons in the immediate family with a disability. The camp is near Rosholt (Portage County):
3834 County Rd. A
Rosholt, WI 54473
Phone or TTY:715-677-4761.

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AgrAbility of Wisconsin is a partnership between the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension and Easter Seals Wisconsin. Check out also loan shops in newcastle . It promotes success in agriculture for farmers and their families living with a disability.

The AbilITy Connection (southeastern Wisconsin) "provides advocacy, experience and networking opportunities for people with disabilities entering the Information Technology (IT) field. The program offers mentoring, internships, scholarships, and job placement services to IT students with disabilities."

The Blind Rehabilitation Center of the Hines Veterans Administration Hospital serves blinded veterans who are residents of Wisconsin.

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
State of Wisconsin
Department of Workforce Development: "Wisconsin's Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) is a federal/state program designed to obtain, maintain, and improve employment for people with disabilities by working with VR consumers, employers, and other partners. See Also loans columbus ohio . The web site includes maps showing the location of each DVR office; a listing of the counties served by each DVR office; email adresses; links to the home page of DVR offices:
2917 International Ln.
PO Box 7852
Madison, WI 53707-7852
Phone: 608-243-5600.
Phone toll free: 1-800-442-3477.
Tty: 608-243-5601.

Independence First : advocacy and referral, adult day social/leisure programs, personal assistance services, benefits counseling, sports/leisure/recreation, assistive technology. Newsletters and bulletins are available online and by e-mail. Independence First administers the WisLoan program which provides low-interest loans for the purchase of adaptive technology.
600 W. Virginia Ave., Suite 301
Milwaukee, WI 53204-1516
Voice/tty:414-291-7520

Industries for the Blind, Inc. Check out also loan swindon . offers employment opportunities for the visually impaired in Milwaukee and Janesville. See Also loan no lenders . Check out also loan online approval .
3220 West Vliet Street
Milwaukee, WI 53208-2400
Phone: 414-933-4319.
Fax: 414-933-4316.
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North Central Technical College (Wausau), Center for Students with Disabilities : "Besides low vision evaluation, NTC offers other services for visually impaired people, including vocational testing and career exploration, technical training and support services, and adaptive equipment to help you carry on a normal life. Check out also loans for free ."

" Pathways to Independence is a research and demonstration project proposed by the Governor of Wisconsin, the Department of Health and Family Services, and the Department of Workforce Development. Pathways to Independence seeks to remove barriers to employment for people with severe disabilities and provide access to the comprehensive help they need in order to work."

The People With Disabilities Project of the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development makes Wisconsin JobNet available to all by placing adaptive computer workstations in 22 Job Centers around the state. The adaptive software includes a screen reader, screen magnifier and voice recognition; there is adaptive hardware for people with limited mobility or hand function.

United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern Wisconsin "helps children and adults affected by cerebral palsy and other disabilities such as mental retardation, autism and epilepsy in the southeastern Wisconsin counties of Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Racine and Kenosha. Check out also loans for bathroom remodels ." Their Assistive Technology Assessment Center "identify and assess job applicants to assist them in the pursuit of successful employment in the telecommunications and related service fields. Check out also loans in chicago il ."

The Wisconsin Bureau for the Blind (Division of Supportive Living) offers services for people with a vision loss that include: introduction to a support group, information on eye conditions, management of household tasks, techniques for kitchen safety, techniques for safe travel and counseling to assist in adjustment to vision loss. To find a local office of the Bureau for the Blind:
Phone toll free: 1-888-879-0017

" Wiscraft, Inc. is a private non profit agency serving blind and multi- handicapped blind persons by providing supportive employment opportunities through an economically viable and commercially successful business enterprise."
5316 West State Street
Milwaukee, WI 53208
Phone: 414-778-5800.
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Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Deaf/Hard of Hearing Ministry serves the religious needs of deaf, hard of hearing, and deaf/blind persons; it publishes a newsletter, "Hand in Hand."

Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Catholic Charities
Ministry to Persons with Disabilities
Ron Spitz, Director
3501 S. Lake Dr.
Milwaukee, WI 53207
Phone: 414-769-3401
E-mail: RSpitz@ccmke.org

Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod, Special Ministries , serves people who are deaf, visually impaired, developmentally disabled, or in the military, or in jail. See Also loan instant wv direct .

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The Feathered Star Bed and Breakfast (Egg Harbor, WI) is barrier free, meets ADA acessibility standards and welcomes disabled vacationers--and their pets.

Madison Metro provides accessible fixed route buses and paratransit services.

Milwaukee County Executive, Office for Persons with Disabilities : links to programs and projects (including the paratransit program) run by Milwaukee County.

The Project ACTION Accessible Traveler's Database lists resources for many Wisconsin cities.

Transit Plus is a transportation service for individuals with a disabling illness or condition that prevents them from using Milwaukee County Transit System's buses.

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has many accessible parks, forests, trails and facilities, including accessible cabins .

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has a list of contact numbers for the paratransit services available in the counties of southeastern Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Division of Motor Vehicles : download applications for Disabled Parking License Plates and Disabled Parking Identification Cards.

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