The Children's Resource Center-Southeast is located in the Daniel M. Soref Family Resource Center, an inviting place to read, find information and support or just relax, located in the lobby of Children's Wisconsin across from the gift shop.
We are excited to announce that the Regional Centers have undergone rebranding to better reflect our values, mission and vision. The Southeast Regional Center is now known as the Children’s Resource Center–Southeast. Our services and dedication to serving children and youth with special health care needs, their families and community partners have not changed. Be on the lookout for our new logo.
Build Your Bridge: Moving from Child to Adult Health Care
March 12, 2024 at 5pm
The idea of transition may feel overwhelming. This interactive training will help you to start talking about health care transition with your child, starting at age 12. You will leave with helpful tools and resources and will start a plan for health care transition for your child and family.
Bridging the Gap
February 8, 2024 at 5pm or
April 4, 2024 at Noon
This is a presentation for families, youth, and community members, including health and service providers, school staff, and anyone interested in learning about healthcare transition.
Caring for the Whole Family
February 27, 2024 at 5pm
An opportunity to reflect on the experience of learning that your child is developing differently. Resources and next steps are explored in a supportive environment.
Assembling a Care Notebook
March 28, 2024 at 5pm
How to create a ready resource that contains pertinent information for your child and their caretakers.
Requesting a Shared Plan of Care and Exploring Care Mapping
April 23, 2024 at 5pm
Learn how to work with your child’s medical provider to develop a Shared Plan of Care which includes a medical summary, family’s strengths and goals while also learning how to design a care map. A care map shows others at a glance all of the people and resources supporting your child’s development
The Center serves the counties of Milwaukee, Waukesha, Kenosha, Racine, Ozaukee, Walworth, Washington, and Jefferson.