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I am a husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend. I believe in sharing my talents and experiences by giving back to the community by giving my time to coaching, church and especially to the disability community. I truly believe that all men and women are created equally.

Update on Family Care Caps

Now that the State Senate Health Committee has unanimously voted on SB380, the Senate Bill to lift the enrollment caps on Family Care and their related programs, the entire Senate now has the opportunity to do the right thing and vote to lift the enrollment caps.

Now it is time for the Assembly Committee on Aging and Long Term Care to hold a Public Hearing on AB477 so the Committee can vote to send the bill to the entire Assembly so they can do the right thing and vote to lift the enrollment caps.  

The supports that individuals receive are vital for allowing people to remain vibrant members of our communities.  These supports are allowing individuals to remain living in the residence of their choosing, as opposed to a more costly institutionalized setting.  These supports allow individuals to be contributing members of our economy both as a worker and as a consumer. 


These programs offer supports for seniors and people with disabilities across Wisconsin that need help with daily tasks like getting out of bed in the morning, getting dressed, eating a meal, getting to work and participating in the community.
Individuals should not have to wait for these supports

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