ADRC of Racine County, Wisconsin


Wellness & Prevention

The ADRC would like to educate the community about prevention and wellness as we age. Studies show that as we age we are at greater risk for declining physical and mental health however there are activities that can delay this or improve our physical and mental well being. Also be sure to check out our calendar for schedule activities in the community.

Presentation topics include:

  • What is the ADRC?
  • Falls Prevention


The ADRC is able to offer free Memory Screens to adults over the age of 60 in other locations as well. Book an appointment for yours today by calling 262-833-8777



Home Safety Checklist

Free Diabetes Resources

Driver Training, Evaluation and Modification Resources

Don't Get Swept Away in Sweepstakes Scams

The linked article below is written by attorney Steve Baker, retired Midwest Region Director of the Federal Trade Commission. Steve, who’s received a Consumer Advocate of the Year award and been recognized by the FCC for his work around scams and fraud, has done a number of articles on scams including this one about the Jamaican Sweepstakes scam:


If your church, business, group or organization is interested in a training or hosting a workshop please contact the ADRC today to inquire about our outreach services to the community. Call 262-833-8777 or e-mail: The Aging Disability Resource Center does a variety of activities in the community. Be sure to check out our Calendar.


Sip and Swipe Cafe Tablet Training Program
Make THIS the year you learn how to use a tablet!
No experience or tablet ownership required
Learn how to:  Navigate web pages  -  use email  -  and more!

Please call Elizabeth at (262) 833-8762 for information about this program
Know your way around a tablet computer?
Become a volunteer coach for the new
Sip and Swipe Cafe Tablet training program


Advance Directives

There are several tools available to start or facilitate conversations about what is truly important to family and other loved ones:

The ABA Consumer Toolkit for Advance Care Planning

The Conversation Project workbooks

Five Wishes from Aging with Dignity

Stanford Medicine’s Letter Project

Go Wish from the Coda Alliance

Tools to Manage End of Life Care from Compassion and Choices 

Advance Directives - Wisconsin DHS

Some tools that are available to help disabled adults and those transitioning to adulthood. 

¨ Contact the ADRC for transition planning information like the booklet “Living My Dream,” and other advance directives like Power of Attorney for Healthcare or Power of Attorney for finance forms, and general information about Guardianship.  The ADRC can also discuss long -term care programs.

¨ See the ARC’s Center for Future Planning at They provide reliable information and practical assistance to individuals with I/DD, family members and friends as well as others.  Keep your eyes open for upcoming information about their online planning tool.

¨ Sibling Leadership Network where the Wisconsin Chapter offers workshops where adult siblings and the disabled individual plan together for future wishes and needs.

¨ Families are encouraged to talk to a knowledgeable attorney and/or the Guardianship Support Center (GSC) at 1-855- 409-9410 or email before moving forward with a guardianship decision.  They also have information about “Supported Decision Making. They can be found at:

Remember that the goal of any future planning is always to protect the individual’s rights and ensure choices.