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Information, Assistance and Access

The Information and Assistance (IAA) Specialists can help with a variety of concerns. Services can be provided in the ADRC office, over the phone, by email, or in a person’s home (regardless of income). IAA Specialists provide:

  • Access to publicly funded programs
  • Information on a wide range of topics
  • Medical Equipment Loan Closet
  • Options Counseling
  • Youth Transition

Who we serve:

  • Adults (18 or older) with a physical or developmental disability
  • Family members and caregivers seeking long-term care services
  • Older adults
  • Youth transitioning (prior to age 18) to adult services

Information, Assistance and Access (IAA) Specialists provides unbiased information on a wide range of topics and services. Examples include:


  • Caregiving resources
  • FoodShare (Foodstamps)
  • Home health care    
  • Housing


  • Senior dining programs
  • Social Security Disability
  • Transportation


Available at Kenosha County Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)

Kenosha County Job Center

8600 Sheridan Road, Kenosha, WI  53143; 

Please contact us at 262-605-6646, 800-472-8008  or via email with questions or for further information.


Questions or comments? Contact us anytime at 262.658.3508 or send us an email.

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