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Services for Adults

We provide supportive services that range from in-home personal care to fun and exciting recreational activities.

Success Story: Remote control

Ronnie Fuller’s life changed dramatically in 2018, when he experienced a brain injury and lost oxygen for 40 minutes.

“It’s a miracle he’s alive,” said his wife, Michelle.

But Ronnie, 48, and his family grapple with the aftermath. “He can’t write. He has trouble feeding himself. He can’t walk.”

Michelle explained that Ronnie’s brain injury was the result of a drug overdose: Medication he was taking gave him suicidal thoughts, and he acted on them.

With two children, ages 6 and 21, the injury has added undue stress on the family. Michelle is his sole caregiver since Ronnie was discharged from an inpatient brain rehab program last November. So she was thrilled to find out about our Brain Health program, where Ronnie could interact with others while relearning skills to be more self-sufficient.

“It’s fun, I learn something,” Ronnie said. “I get to talk to other people.”

Michelle agreed: “Routine is good for him. There are a lot of different activities for him. It makes me happy he’s involved.”

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Adult Day Services

Our Adult Day Services focus on wellness, offering adults and young adults a chance to live more independently.

Who We Serve

Youth, adults and older adults with an intellectual or developmental disability who need help to remain living independently or need outlets to socialize and engage in the community.

What We Offer

Our Adult Day Services, formerly LIFE (Leisure, Inclusion, Fun and Experiences), are a range of services that help people with disabilities improve their health and well-being, independent living skills, and ability to socialize and be an active part of the community.

Contact Info & Location

Office Hours

Monday through Friday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Call: 414-937-2099
Fax: 414-481-1433
Email: info@mcfi.net

Office Location

2020 W. Wells St., Milwaukee, WI 5233

Brain Health

People recovering from a brain injury, stroke or neurological condition get the rehabilitation help they need through our brain health program.

Who We Serve

Adults recovering from a traumatic or acquired brain injury, stroke, or work-related injury.

What We Offer

  • People recovering from a brain injury, stroke or neurological condition get the rehabilitation help they need through our brain health program.
  • Our interdisciplinary team provides community based outpatient services and treatment in one convenient location. Educational resources and support are available for clients, caregivers and families.
  • Our services include rehabilitation, medication management, and community and social re-integration.

 

Contact Info & Location

Office Hours

Monday through Friday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Phone: 414-937-2147
Fax: 414-937-2021
Email: info@mcfi.net

Office Location

2020 W. Wells St., Milwaukee, WI 53233

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iLIFE

iLIFE, LLC, is an affiliate of the Centers for Independence. It is a financial management services provider for people enrolled in long-term care programs. We process payroll, handle taxes, and educate consumers to help program participants gain independence.

iLIFE

Who We Serve

Older adults and people with disabilities who participate in a self-directed support program.

What We Offer

Support for people in long-term care programs.

Contact Info

We provide services statewide and have office locations in Glendale, Madison, Eau Claire, Rice Lake and Wausau.

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First Person Care Consultants

First Person Care Consultants is an affiliate of the Centers for Independence. it is a nonprofit organization and certified IRIS Consultant Agency. We provide experienced consultants to support IRIS participants of all ages and abilities as they self-direct their long-term care services.

First Person Care Consultants

Who We Serve

Older adults and people with disabilities who are enrolled in the IRIS program.

What We Offer

  • Enrolling in IRIS.
  • Developing your personal, self-directed service plan.
  • Talking with you about your long-term care choices.
  • Completing annual IRIS education requirements and forms.
  • Completing required annual screenings.
  • Supporting your right to self-direct your services.
  • Resolving any conflicts or issues related to the program.

 

Contact Info

Contact First Person Care Consultants