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Former Wisconsin Council on Long Term Care Pages
2000-2003

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| Report 1/03 (PDF) | Report 5/01 (PDF)

These pages contain information about the Wisconsin Council on Long Term Care that operated from 2000 to April 2003. It was replaced by the Wisconsin Council on Long Term Care Reform. Click on the links above to browse through the information about this former council.

The Wisconsin Council on Long Term Care was first created through the 1999 Wisconsin Act 9 with the responsibility to report annually to the legislature and to the Governor on the status of Family Care. Family Care was a new pilot approach to redesigning the long term care system in Wisconsin for frail elders and adults with developmental or physical disabilities. In addition, the Council was to assist the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services in developing broad policy issues related to long term care services. Wisconsin Act 9 sunset the Council as a legislative council as of July 21, 2001 or on the day after publication of the 2001-03 Biennial Budget.

On September 10, 2001, Secretary Phyllis Dubé, of the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, reappointed all 15 members of the Wisconsin Council on Long Term Care, as an advisory group for the Department on the emerging issues in long term care. She expanded the membership to 17 through the addition of two additional members to represent the interests of children with long term care needs and individuals with mental health concerns.

bullet Annual Report of the Wisconsin Council on Long Term Care (43kb) (January 2003)
bullet Annual Report of the Wisconsin Council on Long Term Care (305kb) (May 2001)

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Last Modified:  Wednesday, March 09, 2011