C.A.R.E. Series- Shared Plan of Care and Care Notebooks

Learn more about the benefits of a Shared Plan of Care, which is a summary of your child’s medical and non-medical information. We will also walk through how to assemble a Care Notebook to keep your child’s information organized. Participants will be mailed materials to for a Care Notebook before the training.

Monday, May 1, 2023, 5-6 PM or

Saturday, May 6, 2023, 9-10 AM

These trainings will be over Zoom and the link will be sent after you register. 

Not available to make it? We can always schedule a session in your area.

More information on these trainings is at the Wisconsin Medical Home Initiative 

Available Discussions either in-person or virtual:

  • Caring for the Whole Family: An opportunity to reflect on the experience of learning that your child is developing differently. Resources and next steps are explored in a supportive environment.
  • Assembling a Care Notebook: How to create a ready resource that contains pertinent information for your child and their caretakers.
  • Requesting a Shared Plan of Care: Working with child’s medical provider to develop a Shared Plan of Care which includes a medical summary, family strengths and goals.
  • Exploring Care Mapping: Design a care map for your family which will serve to show others at a glance all of the people and resources supporting your child’s development.

Register here: 

Build Your Bridge Transition Training

For families, who have children with special health care needs/disabilities, to learn about the transition from child-centered (pediatric) to adult health care systems.

The idea of transition may feel over-whelming. This interactive training will help you to decide when to start talking about health care transition and tips for talking with your child, starting at age 12. You will leave with helpful tools and resources and will start a plan for health care transition for your child and family.


Monday, April 10, 2023 @ 5-6 PM or

Saturday, April 15, 2023 @ 9-10 AM

LOCATION: Zoom video/phone conferencing

By participating in this training, you will be able to:

  • Define youth health care transition, what it is and why it is important.
  • Identify activities in daily life for which transition occurs.
  • Apply tools and resources to take an active role in the health care transition process.
  • Start a health transition action plan

More information can be found on the Wisconsin Youth Health Transition Initiative website

This video provides an overview that we encourage you to watch before the training

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IEP Clinic for Families

Saturday, October 8, 2022

9 AM- 12 Noon

Light Breakfast/ Snacks provided

Come learn about the parts of IEP process including the referral process, evaluations, writing the IEP, and revising the IEP. Bring your child’s IEP with you and there will time to also ask questions.

Provided in small groups via zoom by Nelsinia Ramos from WI FACETS:

  • Ashland, Northland Technical College Conference Room 306
  • Rhinelander, Quality Inn
  • Stevens Point, Midstate Independent Living Choices
  • Wausau, Northcentral Technical College