Disability Services in Milwaukee, WI
The Eisenhower Center. Traces its origins to the early 1950's. At that time, families, community members and service organizations joined together to build a training program for people with cerebral palsy. Their mission was to supply a program that would supply training to improve work skills and increase the independence of people with disabilities. In addition to the program, there was a very strong parent group which provided financial support and direction for the agency.
read moreClients learn the skills necessary to particpate in work contracts we receive from businesses in and around Milwaukee. When necessary, we will create adaptive equipment to allow those with physical challenges to participate as fully as possible in the work services program. This allows all of our clients to gain the satisfaction of earning a regular paycheck. Case management and social services are provided for each person attending the program. The case manager is an essential link between the program, client, therapists, residence and other community services.
read moreEisenhower Center provides solutions to businesses who need help with packaging, assembly, mail order, product rework services and other long and short term projects. Our bids are competitive, and our quality control process is second to none. In 30 years of operation, Eisenhower Center has never lost a job due to quality control issues. Our business partners can be confident that their products will be delivered on time, on budget and free of costly errors.