The Best Day Programs for Adults with Disabilities in Milwaukee
Welcome to Adult Day Services of Southeast Wisconsin, where we provide individuals who have disabilities the experiences necessary to develop independence and increase self-esteem. Our programs provide a positive and structured environment focusing on socialization, community access, volunteering, educational opportunities, music, art, and a variety of recreational activities.
Our experienced staff provide guidance, support, and create an enjoyable atmosphere for all of our program participants. ADSSW has a reputation for being out in the community on a regular basis. Some of our favorite spots include, local parks, swimming, YMCA, Milwaukee Public Museum, Haggerty Art Museum, bowling, movies, local tours, libraries, pet stores, Betty Brinn, and many more. Our participants enjoy the opportunity to be a part of our community daily.
With a focus on community involvement through outings and volunteering, we have something for everyone. We work with individuals to enhance community access, improve social skills and meet their individual goals, whether it is to work in the community or have increased opportunities for social recreation. Some of our partners include, Bryant and Stratton College, Urban Ecology, Hunger Task Force, New Threads of Hope, Project Concern, and Robyn’s Nest.
Please contact Adult Day Services of Southeast Wisconsin today to schedule a tour. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Some of our Community Partners are:
Community Care, Milwaukee County Family Care, IRIS, I-Care, Care Wisconsin, Public Schools, Waukesha County ADRC, Milwaukee County ADRC.