Adult Services

Adult Services 

UCP of West Central Wisconsin Adult Services are available to individuals age 18 and over. Adult Services include Advocacy for housing and accessibility issues, Community Living Support, and a Women’s Support Group. Our Adult Programs provide quality services for people with disabilities throughout our 12 county service area.

The goal of our Adult Services Programs is to provide opportunities for meaningful and valued activities which will accomplish the following:

  • Identify and encourage individual talents and personal
    interests.
  • Increase community presence and independence
    through participation in community life.
  • Provide family respite and support.
  • Develop and enhance functional, communication, socialization/recreation, and pre-vocational skills of people with disabilities.

Annual Activites

UCP of WCW coordinates annual activities such as our Summer Dance, Summer Camp and the Fall Picnic.

‘Butterflies’ 

Butterflies meets monthly and is a women’s support group. Each month has a wellness focus with an activity such as yoga, aroma therapy and relaxation techniques.

Bowling

Wagner’s Wheels (Eau Claire) and Stepping Stones (New Richmond) are the bowling clubs. Wagner’s Wheels starts in September and bowlers attend at Wagner’s Bowling Lanes. Stepping Stones is year around bowling in New Richmond.

Coordinated by UCP, adults with physical disabilities use adaptive equipment and enjoy each other’s company. Volunteers from the community help out.

Education Sessions

Monthly education sessions that are themed around advocacy, finding a caregiver, life transitions, healthcare, programs, services and finances are designed to bring the best practices directly to anyone. These are face to face sessions held at our UCP of WCW office or within the 12 county region.

Fiscal Agent Services

Initiated in 2006, is referred to as Fiscal Agent services. Through this service, United Cerebral Palsy of West Central Wisconsin is able to assist clients to manage their care funds while they are empowered to recruit, select, employ, train, and manage their own staff.

 

For more information, please contact UCP at (715) 832-1782 or send an e-mail.