Press Release on AB 69- School Resource Officers

Bill puts students with disabilities at greater risk Today the state Assembly passed AB 69 which mandates reporting of any incident that occurs on school grounds to local law enforcement, and mandates schools hire armed school resource officers if too many incidents are reported. In Wisconsin, 14.5% of students have disabilities, but those students represent […]

Survival Coalition: Analysis of Governor’s budget proposal

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Press Release: Governor’s budget invests in care for people with disabilities, older adults

Survival Coalition applauds the Governor for a strong budget for Wisconsin that recognizes the critical need to bolster caregivers who help people with disabilities and older adults living in the community, strong support for special education, investments in mental health, and focus on non-driver transportation.Survival Coalition’s 2022 statewide survey of family caregivers found family caregivers […]

REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR DISABILITY ADVOCACY DAY MARCH 23, 2023

Register NOW! Disability Advocacy Day is a day-long event focused on connecting Self-Advocates with their legislators to talk about issues that matter to them. Attendees are expected to participate in the full day of activities. REGISTRATION INFORMATION ·         Register is FREE- BUT you MUST register·         Order a lunch (optional) FREE- BUT you MUST register·         YOU MUST REGISTER TO […]

Save the DateDisability Advocacy Day of Action!

 Thursday, March 23, 2023     In -Person 10 A.M.– 3:00 P.M. Starting at Monona Terrace, One John Nolen Drive, Madison, WI(And State Capitol) download flyer here

Survival Coalition 2022 Background Papers

Survival has prepared these issue papers to provide background and a disability perspective for elected officials, candidates for office, and other policymakers and advocates. Many people with disabilities access programs and services funded by federal, state, or local governments to support them in maintaining their health, accessing education and employment, and participating in their communities. […]