Wisconsin Down Syndrome Medical Care Centers


There are currently 3 Down syndrome medical care centers in Wisconsin:


Down Syndrome Clinic – Lacrosse

Affiliation: Gundersen Health System
Ages Served: up to 21
Address: 1900 South Ave., Lacrosse, WI 54601
Website: www.gundersenhealth.org/social-services/pediatrics
General Phone Number: 608-775-4713
Services provided:
Behavioral MD
Psychologist
Nutritionist
Physical Therapist
Occupational Therapist
Family Practitioner
Apraxia Specialist
Speech and Language Pathologist
Audiologist
Social Worker
Education/Inclusion Specialist
Nurse Practitioner
Genetic Counselor
Feeding Specialist
Geneticist/Pediatrician


Down Syndrome Clinic of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

Affiliation: Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
Summary: Our clinic provides family-centered care to individuals of any age with Down syndrome. Visits are family-centered and designed around concerns the family identifies they need help with.
Ages Served: All
Hours and Days of Operation: Every 1st or 2nd Friday of each month
Address: CHW Down Syndrome Clinic 9000 West Wisconsin, PO Box 1997 MB140 Milwaukee, WI 53201-1997
Website: www.chw.org/display/PPF/DocID/33576/router.asp
Email: tcouwenhoven@chw.org
Appointments: 414-266-6259
General Phone Number: 414-266-6259
Clinical Director: Terri Couwenhoven, MS – Clinic Coordinator
Services provided:
Behavioral MD
Psychologist
Nutritionist
Physical Therapist
Occupational Therapist
Family Practitioner
Apraxia Specialist
Speech and Language Pathologist
Audiologist
Social Worker
Education/Inclusion Specialist
Nurse Practitioner
Genetic Counselor
Feeding Specialist
Geneticist/Pediatrician
Year Established: 1996
Patients with Down Syndrome Seen Annually: 80 patient appts. (60 unduplicated)
Length of Waitlist: 6 month wait for an appt.
Medicaid Accepted? Yes
Insurance accepted? Yes

Waisman Center / AFCH Down Syndrome Clinic

Affiliation: Waisman Center / American Family Children’s Hospital / UW Hosptials and Clinics
Summary: The Waisman Center Down Syndrome Clinic provides consultative, interdisciplinary, family-centered car for children with Down syndrome and their families. Consultative care is individualized according to a child’s needs and includes care related to Behavior, Community Participation, Developmental Assessment, EI/Educational/Therapy needs, Family Support, Feeding and Growth, Genetic Counseling, Health issues, Healthy Lifestyle, Hearing monitoring, Puberty/Relationships, and transition to Adulthood.
Ages Served: 0 -22
Hours and Days of Operation: Monday – Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm
Address: 1500 Highland Ave., Madison, WI 53705
Website: http://www.waisman.wisc.edu/clinics-ds.htm
Email: scarpenter@uwhealth.org
Appointments: 608-363-3301 Contact Name: Stephanie Carpenter, RN
Clinical Director: Maria A. Stanley, MD, FAAP
Services provided:
Behavioral MD
Psychologist
Nutritionist
Physical Therapist
Occupational Therapist
Family Practitioner
Apraxia Specialist
Speech and Language Pathologist
Audiologist
Social Worker
Education/Inclusion Specialist
Nurse Practitioner
Genetic Counselor
Feeding Specialist
Developmental Pediatrician
Year Established: 2010
Patients with Down Syndrome Seen Annually: 300
Medicaid Accepted? Yes
Insurance accepted? Yes

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