The Southeast Regional Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs provides information, connections with resources and parent to parent support. They have a lending library and many other resources right on the website.
Information about programs provided by Wisconsin's Department of Health and Family Services for people with disabilities.
http://www.familypartnershipltc.org/cms/ Services for youth turning 18 and adults (Long Term Care) will be changing throughout Wisconsin. These changes impact Waukesha and surrounding counties starting in 2008. This link explains the service delivery system and how it will be implemented.
The Disability Advocates Wisconsin Network (DAWN) is a statewide organization with local groups that work to advocate for people with disabilities. This website provides information on current legislative issues, helpful advice on how to advocate, and an opportunity to be notified of new legislative issues that need attention.
United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern Wisconsin provides funding for respite care for families who live in Milwaukee and Waukesha counties. They also provide a variety of services for adults with disabilities.