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ADRC serves elderly, adults with physical disabilities, adults with developmental disabilities, as well as serving the families, providers, friends and neighbors of these consumers.

ADRC is Here to Help

The Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC)is the place to start whether you or a loved one is facing the challenges that come with changes in health, disability and age or to prevent these changes from becoming challenges.   The ADRC listens to understand each unique situation, gathers information about available options, and connects people to services and resources that best fit their needs so they can maintain control of their lives. We serve:  

  • elderly
  • adults with physical and developmental disabilities
  • as well as serving the families, providers, friends and neighbors of these consumers.

  We are here to help you navigate through what can be a confusing and complicated web of services and programs. All of our information and assistance is free and confidential so give us a call and we look forward to talking with you!   The Aging & Disability Resource Center in Green County is a local office of the Aging & Disability Resource Center of Southwest Wisconsin and partners with other local offices in Grant, Iowa & Lafayette Counties. Our Regional information can be found on our Regional website at www.adrcswwi.org. Check it out today!



Feb
27
Mon
2017



Monday’s ~ Blends & Friends Cafe
@ Churchill Woods Apartments

Feb 27 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am

cafe-changes

 

 

 

 

 

 



BINGO at Albany Dining Center
@ Albany Dining Center

Feb 27 @ 11:30 am

BINGO at Albany Dining Center @ Albany Dining Center | Albany | Wisconsin | United States

Join the Albany congregate meal participants and play some BINGO after lunch! There will be prizes for winners!


Feb
28
Tue
2017



Sugar River Transit
@ Belleville, New Glarus, Monticello

Feb 28 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Sugar River Transit @ Belleville, New Glarus, Monticello

Monroe Cab & ADRC Partner to Keep You Connected

Sugar River Transit – Serving Belleville, Monticello & New Glarus

By Stephanie Hafez, Aging Programs Coordinator

Take a trip North of Monroe and you will encounter a wealth of interesting spots as you venture through Monticello, New Glarus, and finally into Belleville.  Each village, though small, has its own unique flavor and offerings to the growing family or active senior.  Under the surface though is the warmth and history of the community members who make each village special.

 

These community connections are not only nice, they also contribute to your overall health.  AARP reports that social contact can prevent long-term illness, lowers your risk for depression, and keeps you optimistic about the future, to name a few!  The other good news is for seniors in Monticello, New Glarus, or Belleville there is now a public transportation service available for you to use.  It is called Sugar River Transit.

Sugar River Transit is the result of a new partnership between the Monroe Cab and the Aging & Disability Resource Center.  It provides a wheelchair accessible transport service on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10 am to 2 pm.  Riders can be of any age and can request a ride for any reason, whether it be a medical appointment, groceries, banking, or a lunch out with friends.  Through this partnership we hope residents who utilize UW Belleville Family Medicine or Monroe Clinic-New Glarus will view this as an opportunity to keep up with medical appointments and stay healthy.

 

The service area includes the villages of Belleville, Monticello, and New Glarus offering both in-town and between-town rides.  The rate schedule, determined by a community survey done in July of 2016, includes a $2 each way fare for in-town rides and a $4 each way fare for between-town rides.  Scheduling is also easy.  You may schedule in advance or the day of for transportation.  To schedule a ride call Monroe Cab at 608-325-6993 and let them know your needs.

 

Sugar River Transit Poster


Mar
1
Wed
2017



Wednesday’s ~ Blends & Friends Cafe
@ Twining Valley Apartments

Mar 1 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am

cafe-changes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volunteer Spotlight

Name: Barb Kummerfeldt

Position: Stepping On Peer Leader in New Glarus, WI

 

“My favorite part of being a peer leader is knowing that I can inspire someone else…..”

Good Neighbors Make Good Neighborhoods  

  • Connects you to others & to the community.
  • Brings fun & fulfillment to your life.
  • Increases self-confidence, self-esteem, & satisfaction.
  • Helps you stay physically healthy.
  • Provides a sense of satisfying achievement.

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