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Medicare Open Enrollment Period Oct-Dec, coverage begins Jan

Medicare Open Enrollment for 2019

Medicare’s Open Enrollment has begun. Now is the time for all Medicare beneficiaries to take a look at their coverage for 2019. Will the Part…
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Senator Baldwins Reforms to Protect Rights of Disabled Airline Passengers Pass Congress

PRESS RELEASE By U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin worked to include a number of key measures from her Air…
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America's Workforce: Empowering All - National Disability Employment Awareness Month - diverse group of people sitting around a conference table looking at laptops, one older individual is in a scooter.

October Is National Disability Employment Awareness Month

“America’s Workforce: Empowering All” Disability Rights Wisconsin is proud to support National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). Held each October, NDEAM aims to educate about…
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Voter Advocacy in the News

Advocates from voter rights groups, including Barbara Beckert from Disability Rights Wisconsin, were interviewed by Wisconsin Eye Newsmakers and Wisconsin Public Radio this week. Wisconsin…
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Care about people with disabilities victimized by crime, Share- help is available from Disability Rights Wisconsin, Be aware of warning signs of possible abuse. The Victim Advocacy Program provides direct advocacy and support services to individuals with disabilities who experience crime, regardless if it has been reported. For more information about the Victim Advocacy Program and warning signs: Victim Advocacy: 1-800-928-8778, disabilityrightswi.org, This is not an emergency service. In the event of an emergency, please call 911. Disability Rights Wisconsin

Victim Advocacy Program Awareness Poster

The Victim Advocacy Program, in partnership with a local marketing firm who provided donated services to our program, recently created the awareness poster shown here. …
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