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Developmental  Disabilities Information  Service, INC.
1139 S. Sunnyslope Drive, Suite 101
Mt. Pleasant, WI  53406
Phone (262) 637-2707
Fax (262) 637-0266


ABOUT THE AGENCY  Developmental Disabilities Information Service, Inc. (DDIS) is a private non-profit agency serving adults and children in the Southeast Region of Wisconsin who are diagnosed with developmental delays encompassing severe emotional or physical disabilities that create substantial limitations in pursuing daily activities.  DDIS provides the services listed below through contracts with Racine County Human Services Department, Community Care Organization, Inc. and private pay agreements.


  • ·        Children’s Community Options Program (Racine County)
  • ·        Children’s Long Term Support Medicaid Waiver Program (Racine County)
  • ·        Protective Payee Services/Fee for Service (Racine and Milwaukee County)


Additional state funded programs 

Department of Health Services


The Children’s Community Options Program provides funding to support families caring for a child with Long Term Special needs living at home.  An individualized assessment is completed by the Children’s Community Options Program Coordinator in conjunction with the child’s family to identify services necessary to meet the identified needs.  Some identified services might include home modifications, respite care, vehicle modifications and adaptive equipment not covered by insurance. Referrals are made to D.D.I.S. at (toll free) 866-710-4054.


The CLTS Medicaid Waiver provides funding to children with long term physical disabilities, developmental disabilities, mental health disabilities including children diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum disability.  The CLTS program helps children remain at home and participate in their community.  Identified services are selected on the basis of an individualized assessment of the child and their needs.  Some funded services may include adaptive aids, respite care, home modifications and supportive home care. Autism treatment can be accessed through your Forward Health Card. Referrals are made to D.D.I.S at (toll free) 866-710-4054.


This program is designed to assist developmentally disabled adults with their financial affairs when they are unable to do so independently.  This program is jointly run with the Social Security Administration, whose regulations must also be followed as it pertains to the program.  These are voluntary services that may include creating a budget from earned and unearned income and help with paying monthly ongoing bills. Referrals are made through your care manager if enrolled in the Family Care program.  These services are also available on a private pay basis using a scale determined by the Social Security Administration.  Referrals can be made directly to DDIS at (262) 637-2707.