Aging & Disability Services


To support independent community living by respecting personal choices.

Information on publicly funded long term care services

More Good Information

Check out some links to governmental and organizational sites that will give you more information on subjects of interest such as Alzheimer’s, nursing homes, insurance, Medicaid, transportation, and many other aging and disability issues.

These links can be found on the left hand side of this page under the "Aging & Disability Services Links" heading.

Home Maintenance Resources

We often receive calls from homeowners and renters looking for a list of businesses or individuals who provide a variety of services, from snow removal to yard maintenance. We have compiled a list and published it here:

Resource List for Homeowners-updated 3/2/2021 

Please note we do not research or guarantee the quality or cost effectiveness of the work performed. It is up to you, the consumer, to take a variety of measures into consideration when hiring for help.

If you are interested in being listed as a business that provides a similar service, please call us at 715-373-3353.

Aging & Disability Resource Centers

Find out why your ADRC is so vital to our community with these ADRC video stories of real life interactions.

You can also view the video "Connecting Wisconsin Veterans to Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC)" for further information.

Living Well in Our Best Years Newsletter

The Living Well in Our Best Years Newsletter is a collaboration between the Bayfield County UW-Extension and Bayfield County Department of Human Services. It contains tips and information to assist with age-related matter. July 2021 Living Well Newsletter, March 2021 Living Well Newsletter

The Guardian Newsletter

The Guardian is a quarterly newsletter published by the Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources, Inc. (GWAAR) and Wisconsin Guardianship Support Center (GSC).

It covers topics on issues related to guardianship, protective placement, advance directives, and more! Follow this link to read the latest issue of The Guardian Newsletter